May 14, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
Castle Hotel & Spa in Tarrytown, New York
Discover the enchanting character of yesteryear flourishing on the banks of the Hudson River at the regal Castle on the Hudson, just thirty minutes from the bustling streets of Manhattan in New York state. The hotel's impressive stone fašade is nestled within acres of manicured gardens and grounds, inviting guests to retreat to a more refined time. With a hundred-year-old tradition for the utmost in relaxation and elegant amenities, Castle on the Hudson offers luxurious guestrooms and suites with wood burning fireplaces and impeccable service. Enjoy the outdoor tennis courts, a pool in grand style, a state-of-the-art fitness center, access to world class golf and picturesque hiking trails, and an award-winning restaurant - everything needed to thoroughly enjoy the wonders of the Hudson Valley.
The area surrounding Castle on the Hudson is rich in both nature and art, attracting Manhattan's elite since the days of the Rockefellers. Amidst the deep foliage, find unexpected collections of fine art hidden in grand homes, and churches with stained glass windows by Matisse and Chagall. Magnificent trails are perfect for a jog or relaxing horseback ride into the hills, or along the Hudson River. For other kinds of therapy, look no further than the hotel's decadent spa, or the Five Star Diamond Award Equus Restaurant, offering a breathtaking ambiance with stunning design and equally impressive dining.
Location of Castle Hotel & Spa
Nearest Airport: HPN
Amenities for Castle Hotel & Spa
- General Information
- 31 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- High-Speed Internet Access
- In-Room Amenities
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Castle Hotel & Spa
Have been there twice before. Always asked if we wanted champagne or beverage at check in. Not this time. Food much better and service great. Could have used moisturizer in room. Still a well Leo beautiful venue and spa services great.
mrsw56 - Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey
My wife and I went to the Castle for the night of our first anniversary hoping to enjoy the property, the services at the hotel, and some of the advertised amenities. Really, the only time I leave bad reviews for restaurants or hotels is when they price high and under deliver. So here it is, and to keep this brief, I'll use bullets: - Restaurant (Aquus) staff are very nice, courteous, and won't be the cause of disappointment. Dress code only applies to those who choose to follow it... Otherwise: - Advertised 1200 acres of manicured property is actually (and they'll confirm this at the desk) a short pathway around the hotel that leads from behind reception to the front parking lot, about 5-10 on foot - Tennis court and pool can be and were closed without notice - Property immediately around the hotel is nice but if you're lucky, you'll get a manager willing to put a couple plastic chairs outside so you and your companion can sit outside and enjoy a beverage on a 75 degree, absolutely beautiful day. If you're like us, they'll just flat-out refuse to let you sit outside and you'll end up in town sipping on Greek coffees on Main St. - Fun chess board outside on property doesn't actually have any pieces. So for the time-being, enjoy just standing there on an oversized chessboard... - Drab, dimly lit room includes a comfy bed and is about the size of a what a hotel room should be. - The "Complimentary Mini-bar" included in the King Delux room is not a mini-bar as you'd expect from a 4-star luxury spa and hotel. We got: 2 bottles of coke, 2 diet cokes, and 2 Amstel Lights. I havent had Amstel Light since high school when it was either that or Coors Light 40s. Point is, its not the advertised mix of Whiskey, Vodka, and Brooklyn Lagers photographed on this site. It wasn't even bottle shelf/well, it was empty. - The Bose Sound System is actually a CD player, so, if you're traveling with your CD collection you're in luck - Flat-screens are not HDTVs. Flat-screens are flat, but can be very old and low def, like the one we found in our room. Just because the TV is flat, doesn't make it HD... - There is apparently a $50 per person dinner package that they wont tell you about. I guess you have to ask. - Their advertised partnership with Woodbury Commons means... nothing. Ask the front desk and they'll be able to confirm basic info for you, like what state its in. - Literally, the first step into the hotel lobby upon arriving was a 3 page form on what's not allowed. This hotel is a national landmark, with "over 100 years of history". I guess that form is the only important thing to communicate to new guests. - Even when the hotel is obviously entirely vacant, they'll put in the worst room in the hotel. We took some time to explore and found open doors that led to the top of towers, suites with views better than dead trees and a parking lot, and rooms with actual mini-bars. So I would suggest, that when you initially check-in, of course after signing forms and NDAs, give them a hard time about the room. Maybe they'll put you in one worthy of a first anniversary. - I let them know that it was our first anniversary with our booking and inquired about champagne services. Did not hear a peep. They didnt even address my wife for the 2 days we were there. There was something Charlemagnian about it. Like, we're in a Castle so, dont address the guest... Maybe Im wrong, but we noticed it and it was consistent and weird. About 2 hours into our stay, my wife turned to me and said "We could've stayed at a Hampton Inn, couldn't we?" Yes, we could have and would have experienced that exact same thing. In short, the Castle displayed all the symptoms of a hotel that's either; about to go out of business or one that's pushing margins to seem more attractive to a potential buyer. So, by all means, stop by for a drink, or even book dinner at Aquus. But at the end of the night, save your money and expectations for something else. We could've stayed anywhere for our anniversary in the Hudson Valley (and stayed in amazing places the nights before) and we picked the Castle and ended up regretting it from the moment we arrived.
DanielB22 - New York City, New York
My girlfriend and i stayed here for a spa weekend. We had a suite with a living room and fire place. The staff gladly came to light the fire for us when it was a bit chilly in spring time. The decor was great and it had a great view of the water. There was a huge table to work on with lots of plugs. Bathroom and bedroom were roomy and very comfortable. The place is an old castle it seems and the rooms are all over the place in order to get to them which i liked. They also have a great spa which we took advantage of and had wonderful massages.
Shaun B - Danbury, Connecticut, United States
I went to Tarrytown for an event at the Tarrytown Music Hall. Although less than 60 mikes from home I didn't want to drive home at night being both tired and having not so great night vision. I was very impressed with my room, a single king. They were also helpful and securing a cab to and from the concert. I didn't use the Spa so can't comment, The only negative is a very poor room service menu. Choices were VERY limited. I wanted a light dinner before the concert and there was nothing to be had on the menu as one is accustomed to find at most any 4/5 start hotel. The restaurant is very formal so be prepared to address accordingly. I gave it 4 stars rather than 5 because of the limited food options.
jeffandlinda2014 - HP, NJ, USA
We just an amazing experience and were treated with good ole' fashioned customer service! This place could pass for a posh resort hotel without the hustle that comes with larger facilities. We were truly pleasantly surprised!!
infoH6937OH - Monsey, New York