Lake Placid Lodge

Lake Placid, NY

Lake Placid Lodge was built in 1882 as a private home, until 1946 when the property was opened to the public as one of New York’s premier resort destinations. When it tragically burned to the ground in 2005, TruexCullins was contacted to design a new lodge in the style true to its Adirondack heritage.

The renowned property was fully restored to offer a combination of Adirondack rustic elegance with the comfort and spirit of a grand mountain retreat.  The remarkable views and rich setting of Lake Placid and Whiteface Mountains make it a destination resort.

Lake Placid Lodge is a member of Relais & Châteaux Hotels and was named among the World’s Best Places to Stay for three consecutive years by Condé Nast Traveler, Gold List.

TruexCullins Interiors Studio worked in collaboration on this project with interior designer Joszi Meskan.

Photos by Gary Hall and Kindra Clineff
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