Courtyard Lake George
Courtyard by Marriott in the Village of Lake GeorgeCourtyard Lake George is integrated into the architectural fabric of the surrounding village fronting the sidewalk outfitted with classic Adirondack flairs like balcony railings constructed from wood branches, massive exposed timber support pillars, and thick field stone walls.
Rustic Adirondack adornments like tree stumps as side tables, vintage sketches, photos and memorabilia like a reprinted 1791 letter from Thomas Jefferson to his daughter extolling Lake George's beauty continue throughout the lobby living room evoking a classic lodge rather than the Marriott brand. This welcoming space also artfully combines modern elements into the design with a sleek gas fireplace, large flat panel TVs on the walls, plenty of comfy nooks to socialize over a drink and a game of chess using one of their sets.
Literally every guest room features noteworthy views with odd numbered rooms facing the beauty of Prospect Mountain in the distance while even numbered rooms have Lake George views and walkout balconies outfitted with outdoor furnishings perfect for enjoying your morning cup of coffee and breakfast sandwich freshly made in the Bistro Cafe downstairs. You'll most certainly experience the steamboat Minne Ha Ha passing by in the distance as an onboard steam powered organ plays renditions of old time tunes.
As a guest, the fun begins in their spacious indoor pool & fitness center along with The Lobby Bar serving classic cocktails and local brews on tap and the Bistro menu at your finger tips. Walk out the front door and you have in-town activities that define Lake George's character all a short walk away. Despite being surrounded by 6 million acre Adirondack Park, this kitchy village bears a closer resemblance to Coney Island than a quiet Upstate lake community. You have your pick of Dr. Morbid’s Haunted House, House of Frankenstein Wax Museum, t-shirt & ice cream shops, and an arcade complete with bumper cars. Outdoor activities include exploring Fort William Henry overlooking Million Dollar Beach and the steamship cruise docks.