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A Green Hotel Tour

April 30th, 2010 · No Comments · News

“A Green Hotel Tour with Co-owner Jenn Holderied”

What does a Green Hotel Room Look Like?

Making money in hotels is as much about good marketing as it is about efficient operations. “Sustainable”, “Environmentally-friendly”, “Green”….whatever you want to call it, if done right it’s simply “Smart”. So if your curious about how the Greenest Resort in North America does it, here’s your chance.

Green Hotel Room

The Golden Arrow Lakeside Resort, Lake Placid, NY
Thursday May 20, 3:30pm, in the Lobby at 2559 Main Street

All hotel owners, managers, staff, tourism officials, planners, and the public are invited to attend. Refreshments provided. Admission is free. Presented by ADKCAP.

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Doing the 46, During the 46-46-46

April 22nd, 2009 · 3 Comments · Destination Marketing

So I get this Tweet today:

Elevate Your Rate w/the 46 Adirondacks High Peaks: Starting 2day we’ will match R rates 2 the elevations for 46 Days

I’m thinking that someone could theoretically climb the 46 relevant daily peaks during this special. Not only that, you could easily also add 46 Pints and 46 Grilled Cheese Sandwiches.

So really, it should be “Doing the 46-46-46, During the 46-46-46.

The 46er Peak List

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Winter In The Adirondacks

January 14th, 2009 · No Comments · Adirondack Life


Sleigh Ride - Saranac Lake - NY - 1895AMPERSAND, N.Y., Jan. 26. — For the past week fine clear, cold weather has prevailed, and the air has been of that bracing kind that only those who have been in the Adirondacks in the Winter know of. The last four nights the mercury has been below zero, and the ice on the lakes and ponds is from ten to twelve inches in thickness.  The last four nights the mercury has been below zero, and the ice on the lakes and ponds is from ten to twelve inches in thickness.  The sleighing on Saranac Lake, from one end to the other, is superb, and the driveway in the afternoon presents a pretty sight, with its many handsome turnouts filled with pleasure seekers.

The present season is by far the gayest Winter ever seen here.  That the Northern Woods is a good a place for those seeking health and pleasure as a warmer climate has been fully established and is beyond doubt.  The toboggan slide in front of the Hotel Ampersand, running down the lake, has been a source of much pleasure.  Instead of using toboggans here, small bobs, holding about six, have taken their place.  After reaching the ice they run for about half a mile.  A good-sized place is kept on the lake clear from snow for skating.  A number of the young men stopping at the hotel spend their mornings in hunting foxes and rabbits, which gives them an appetite that is something appalling.

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