USA Today’s Reader’s Choice Awards – 2018
– “#2 Waterfront Hotel and #1 Lakefront Hotel in the U.S.

Conde’ Nast Traveler – 2018
– “Best Hotel in New York State”

ArchitecturalDigest.com – 2018
– “
8 Luxurious Hotels on the World’s Most Tranquil Lakes

Oyster.com – 2018
– “13 Beautiful lakeside hotels around the world”

Adirondack Life Magazine – “Best of the Adirondacks” – 2018
– “
Best Hotel

CNN Travel – 2018
– “Sublime Alpine Beauty”

Capital Region Living Magazine – “Bestie Awards” – 2018
– “Best Adirondack Inn”

USA Today’s Reader’s Poll – 2017
– “#2 Ski Hotel in North America” (#1 East of the Rocky Mountains)

Conde’ Nast Traveler –  “Reader’s Choice Awards” – 2017
– “Top 5 Resorts in New York State and the Mid-Atlantic”

Conde’ Nast Traveler –  “Reader’s Choice Awards” – 2017
– “Best Resort or Best Hotel in New York State”

Conde’ Nast Traveler –  2017
– Named one of the “10 Most Beautiful Lakeside Hotels in the World”

Family Vacation Critic.com – 2017
– “Favorite Hotel”

USA Today Readers Choice Awards – 2016
– #4 Ski Hotel in North America (#1 East of the Rocky Mountains)

Conde’ Nast Readers Choice Awards – 2016
– #1 Resort in New England and the Mid-Atlantic – #11 Resort in the United States

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Adirondack Life Magazine’s “Best Of The Park” Readers’ Poll – 2016

– “Best Hotel”
– “Best Outdoor Dining” – The Cottage

U.S. News & World Report 2016
– “10 Family-Friendly Resorts for Fall Foliage Trips Across America”

Family Vacation Critic 2016
– “1 of 10 Magical Hotels for the Holiday Season”

Rand McNally –  2016
– “A romantic getaway that will take your breath away”

The Wall Street Journal – 2015
– “Rustically Elegant”

Conde Nast Gold List 2014
#1 Ski Hotel and #1 Resort in the Northeast
#5 Ski Hotel in North America – Conde Nast Readers Poll
Two years in a row

Conde Nast Top Ski Hotels – #6 in North America

Travel + Leisure
– America’s Best Mountain Resorts
– World’s Best Hotels

Travel + Leisure 500
World’s Best Hotels

Conde Nast Ski Poll
“Best Places to Ski and Stay in North America”

Conde Nast Traveler Gold List
Best places to stay in the world, selected by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler

Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Awards
“Top 50 Resorts in US/Canada”

Travel + Leisure 500
World’s Best Hotels

Conde Nast Traveler
Top 50 Ski Hotels

Travel + Leisure
World’s Best Hotels, T+L 500

Conde Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards
Rated among the top 75 Resorts in the United States

National Geographic Traveler
“Adirondack elegance…pampered living.”

Travel + Leisure
World’s Best Awards – Top 100 Hotels Continental U.S. and Canada.

National Geographic Traveler
“This is a celebration (and validation) of places that truly cherish a sense  of place…This is real travel-because it recognizes real places.”

New York Times Escapes
“The Crackling fireplace, leather chairs, afternoon tea and lobby bar will coax you from your elegantly decorated room to enjoy quality relaxation time with a good book, newspaper or even a game of checkers.”

The New York Times
“One of the finest lodging choices in all of snow country.”

One of “the 10 Romantic Lodges for skiers”

Wine Enthusiast
Award of Distinction, Restaurant Awards Issue

Ski Magazine
Readers voted Whiteface as #3 of Top 10 resorts in the East

Skiing Magazine
“Local Secret: The best apres ski spot…the Cottage (at Mirror Lake Inn)”

New York Daily News
“The Mirror Lake Inn is the perfect place to escape from the city”

Departures Magazine
Rated among “Top 12 Luxury Resorts” in U.S. by readers

Out Traveler
Rated #1 as “World’s Top Gay-Welcoming Spa Resorts”

Frommer’s New York State
“Lake Placid: In summer, go boating on Mirror Lake, hike the many trails just outside town, or canoe along your quiet stretch of lake. In winter, things really swing; the home of two Olympic Games, Placid offers the opportunity to ski Whiteface, ice skate, try the bobsled run, or go dog-sledding on Mirror Lake. ”

Golfweek Magazine
Whiteface Club’s 18-hole golf course rated #6 in New York State for public-access courses.

Chicago Tribune
“An enclave of gentility on the lakeshore.”