In this city, there are two types of people - Hamptonites or Hudson Valley weekenders.
For those who fall into the latter farm-to-table eating, craft beer drinking, antique hunting, long hike loving set, start blocking out time on your calendar because there's a new hotel in town worth the trip.
Centrally located in a restored historic building on Warren Street, The Hudson Whaler celebrates Hudson's maritime roots and artsy community, featuring nautical design touches and artwork by local artisans throughout the property.
“A coveted destination to many, Hudson is known as an artists’ enclave with plenty of cultural and outdoor experiences to keep visitors of all ages entertained," said hotel partner Michael Glickman. “When developing The Hudson Whaler Hotel, we wanted to create a retreat that not only affords guests of a superlative stay, but also educates visitors of the town’s rich whaling past.”
When they're not a block away taking advantage of all Hudson's shops, galleries and restaurants have to offer, guests staying in any of the hotel's sixteen suites can enjoy spending time in the living room-style lobby, outdoor courtyard, and gym.
[Photos courtesy The Hudson Whaler]