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7 Whiteface Inn Lane, Lake Placid, NY 12946 United States
SERVICES & CLASSES
The 5,800-square-foot (539-square-meter) Spa at Whiteface Lodge melds the resort's woodsy atmosphere with Zen-inspired accents such as earthy hues, soothing waterfalls, and soft music. Treatments are inspired by the Adirondack setting and incorporate regional ingredients such as maple butter, as well as certified organic and pharmaceutical-grade facial products. Services include massage, body treatments, hydrotherapy, facials, manicures and pedicures, eye and lip treatments, and waxing. Treatments for couples, men, teens, and expectant mothers are also available. After each treatment, guests can unwind with cucumber water, a cold towel, and herbal tea. There are eight treatment rooms and a salon in the bilevel spa, as well as private women's and men's areas with steam rooms and saunas; the men's space also has a flat-screen TV.
COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE
FACILITIES & AMENITIES
DINING & FACILITIES
Facilities & Amenities
Winter sports are a big draw in the area, with the Adirondacks and Lake Placid's Olympic facilities (the town hosted the 1932 and 1980 Winter Games) affording the opportunity to partake in skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, sledding, and ice fishing. The resort has a seasonal ice skating rink, as well. There is plenty to do in the warmer months, too, such as sunbathing on the resort's private beach, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boating, tennis, and hiking and biking in the nearby mountains. Golfers can play a round on three local courses.
At the resort, families can play in the game room, go bowling, watch a movie at the 54-seat cinema, and enjoy the nightly bonfire. The Kamp Kanu kids club organizes nature- and outdoor-inspired programming daily. A fitness center and indoor/outdoor pool are also available on-site, and the resort offers meeting and event space.
Rooms & Dining
The Whiteface Lodge's 92 suites are available in one-, two-, and three-bedroom options and are decked out with Adirondack-style furnishings, cast-iron gas fireplaces, and slate floors. There are also fully complemented kitchens with granite countertops and bathrooms with jetted tubs and radiant heat flooring. Complimentary high-speed Internet access is available in all suites.
The resort's restaurant, Kanu, offers an innovative approach to classic American cuisine, incorporating fresh, local organic ingredients, fish, and game, which can be paired with a glass of wine from the venue's extensive wine list. The restaurant's exhibition kitchen gives diners the chance to see the chef in action, and private dining options are available for groups of ten to 100. Tapas and bar fare ser served at Kanu Lounge, and grilled dishes and salads are offered at the Canoe Club. Tasty treats can be enjoyed at the retro-style Ice Cream Parlor.
A portion-controlled spa menu is available, and vegetarian and vegan diets can be accommodated upon request.Guests can also take advantage of the resort's 24-hour in-suite dining services.