July 20, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Mirbeau Inn & Spa in Skaneateles, New York

With stunning French chateau-style architecture and soothing provincial estate setting, Mirbeau Inn & Spa offers the essence of French country living in the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of New York state. Warm hospitality, exceptional comfort and sumptuous guest room amenities - including personal fireplaces - are all hallmarks of this delightful getaway. Whether you spend your time indulging in a spa treatment, strolling the Monet inspired gardens or taking a moment to yourself amidst the glorious Spruce cathedral, you'll leave here feeling completely refreshed.

The surrounding region offers a wealth of leisure activities and events throughout the year. The Valet will be happy to arrange excursions including winery tours and picturesque dinner cruises on Skaneateles Lake. Explore the treasures in local antique shops, or pass your evenings watching a professional theater performance or Chamber Music Festival. The sports-minded will enjoy polo matches and skiing in season, while those guests interested in the heritage of the area will be delighted by its collection of historical sites and museums.

Location of Mirbeau Inn & Spa

Mirbeau Inn & Spa
851 West Genesee Street
Skaneateles, New York

Nearest Airport: SYR

Amenities for Mirbeau Inn & Spa

  • General Information
  • 34 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa on Property
  • Boutiques
  • Boutique
  • Gardens
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • Bathrobes
  • CD Players
  • DVD Players
  • Televisions
  • Luxury Linens
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Activities
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Sailing
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Art Galleries
  • Antique Shopping
  • Parks
  • Interests
  • Inns
  • Spa & Wellness
  • Summer Getaways
  • Winter Getaways

Reviews for Mirbeau Inn & Spa

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

The hotel is attractive, built in the style of a french chateau. I arrived late, after kitchen closure time, but the staff went out of their way to still offer me an enjoyable meal. The hospitality the restaurant manager demonstrated made me feel welcome. The hotel room was spacious and clean; the bathroom very comfortable. As I had a problem with my shoulder, I had a massage which was very well done, very professional. The ambiance of the spa area is very good, it breathes relaxation. The only small disappointment was that I couldn't get a delayed check-out time to facilitate logistics for me. I used the hotel as a base from which to make a tour by some historic sites: Plimoth Plantation and "The Plymouth Pebble", presumed stepping stone of the first Pilgrims and reminder of the wrong turn history took when the natives, who had been very supportive (without them them the Pilgrims would not have made it), were exposed to diseases the English brought, and subjected to an English value system that showed no respect for that of the natives. It was an unexpected and enjoyable learning expedition.

René v - Paris, France

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

Save your pennies...this place is worth it! First thing you notice is the lovely grounds with plenty of parking, beautiful flowered gardens and water features that included colorful Koi fish. My sister and I have been to many spa's and this one did not disappoint! The receptionist was very helpful (although she needs to slow down her well rehearsed spiel and work in a more genuine approach). You are ushered into the locker room which is spacious, clean and feels luxurious. You get a coded locker, a robe and if you wish a cool towel with fresh cucumbers. From here you can go outside to a private patio with lounge chairs, tables, very large jacuzzi and a bar or you can relax in a huge round room with a fireplace, large foot pool, lounge chairs and plenty of fresh water to drink. This room is hard to explain as it has so many wonderful details. It is a must see. Again not attention to detail was spared. We were called into our massage and enjoyed private rooms with much pampering. Afterwards we went upstairs for some breakfast. Excellent food. We did feel like we had to pressure the waitress into serving as it was in-between breakfast and lunch and for the cost of service, that was annoying. The experience as a whole was wonderful and we would recommend to anyone who wants to feel pampered. Highlight: Spa services Lowlight: Service felt a bit stiff

2sisterstravel - Boston, Massachusetts

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Tracy Picardi, Restaurant Manager, exemplifies the qualities you would expect from Mirbeau Inn. What makes Ms. Picardi exceptional is her professional demeanor goes above and beyond what is expected. Tracy is kind, courteous and gracious. My extended stay at the Inn has provided countless opportunities to dine at the Bistro for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Tracy greets me each morning like I am family. Her tact, charm and generosity of spirit has made me feel comfortable and well cared for.

ppayne1957 - Glacier National Park, Montana

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I did not avail myself to the Spa services, but in general I think my wife was happy with her services. My concerns relate to service, and quality of the food. Spent one night here, and in general the service and the food were both lackluster. We experienced three meals at the "bistro" here. My wife had lunch with her group and it took nearly two hours to get thru lunch, with acceptable food, and service no where to be found. I would give this a "B". We (2 people) sat down at outdoor bar at about 3pm on a lovely friday, which had 4-5 people standing around it, to be told that they weren't open, but we could get drinks. Interesting dialogue, included ordering and being handed cocktails they were clearly experimenting with (and frankly not well.) Just an odd experience. Had dinner with a small group (7 people) in a reasonably slow restaurant for a friday night, and both my food (pork chop which was very overcooked) and my wive's food, "carpaccio" which was brought out 15 minutes after all other entrees, and the slices of carpaccio were frozen on the plate? How do you do this in a high end restaurant? they did take the frozen carpaccio off the bill, to their credit. Frankly I wasn't searching for a discount, I was looking for a nice dinner with my group of friends. I would give this a "C". Maybe a C+ because the waitress was reasonably attentive, but how can you screw up multiple meals, in what is supposed to be a high end place. I had breakfast the following morning, and the bacon was "meh" and the ham/gruyere omelet was just ok, didn't seem like real eggs. Service attentiveness was acceptable. I am celiac, and no gluten free bread/rolls/muffins were available. Which was a slight disappointment, normally a spa hotel would accommodate a bit more. The thing that put me over the edge that at 830am on a Saturday morning, the leaf blowers were going in the parking lot right next to the restaurant, pretty much ruining the tranquility of the nicely setup courtyard. In general the prices were fair, and to be expected in a place like this and the room was nice. Having spent many nights this year traveling in nice(RC, WA, Belmond) and standard(hilton/marriot/etc..) , this was well below my expectation for the rate and the undeserved reputation.

Tim K

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We booked a 2 night stay. No one every came to clean our room after many visits to the front desk. I received the WORST pedicure ever and paid 90 plus tip..never again. If you saw the pictures of my toes you would be shocked. My sister's nails chipped while in the hot tub. We ordered very expensive room service and the food was so salty we could not finish it. This is not a spa destination and not worth the expense at all.

cando197 - Connecticut

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