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Gold List of hotels in 2018
Condé Nast Traveller Middle East said of The Point: It's beautiful in summer, but we like it best in winter, when ice skating is followed by a proper cocktail hour and, if you're there over a Wednesday or Saturday night, a multi-course, black-tie dinner.
6 Places That Will Make You Rethink All-Inclusive Resorts
The "all-inclusive resorts" category has had quite the makeover, and The Point is the first location reviewed in this list of all-inclusives by Forbes Travel Guide. They suggest that visitors, "Partake in waterskiing, wakeboarding, tubing, croquet, fishing, ice skating, curling, snow barbecues and more. Cruise the lake at sunset with cocktails aboard a glass-enclosed electric boat. One of our favorite all-inclusive perks: All guests gather in the intimate Great Hall to dine together in proper fashion, just like the Rockefellers would have done."
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Jetsetter Magazine described The Point as a Romantic Lake Hotel in this way: "At this ultra-luxurious all-inclusive resort in New York's Adirondack Mountains, you can live like an oil magnate—if only for a week. Formerly the warm-weather hideaway of William Avery Rockefeller and his cohorts, this 75-acre estate is dotted with log cabins made from local timber and stone, and 11 cozy suites are outfitted with 19th-century landscape paintings, pitched roofs, and leaded-glass windows."
Top Hotel in Readers' Choice Awards 2014
The readers of Condé Nast Traveler have ranked The Point Resort 35th in the Top 100, as well as 16th in the Top 25 Hotels & Resorts in the World.
The Point Resort has garnered an emaculate reputation from the world's most critical sources. Still, despite its notariety and acclaim, it has managed to remain hidden from the masses, maintaining its secluded appeal.