Where to Stay

Best Hotels & Places to Stay in Hudson Valley

Discover the perfect stay for your Hudson Valley Wine and Food Festival experience! From charming riverside towns to picturesque landscapes, the Hudson Valley offers a variety of accommodations tailored to your preferences. Explore the unique benefits of each town along the Hudson River and make your festival getaway unforgettable. Cheers to a delightful stay and memorable moments!

Home of the Hudson Valley Wine & Food Festival, Rhinebeck, NY, offers a range of accommodations for visitors, from charming bed and breakfasts to historic inns and modern hotels.

Our Favorite Inns and Hotels in Rhinebeck, NY

1. Beekman Arms & Delamater Inn: This historic inn, dating back to 1766, is America’s oldest continuously operating hotel. It offers cozy rooms, a tavern, and a restaurant in the heart of Rhinebeck.

2. Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhinebeck: A luxurious retreat, this inn and spa offer upscale accommodations, a spa with various treatments, and a French-inspired restaurant. It’s ideal for a relaxing getaway.

3. The Amsterdam: A boutique hotel in downtown Rhinebeck, The Amsterdam offers stylish rooms, a rooftop bar, and a lively atmosphere close to shops, restaurants, and attractions.

4. The Grand Dutchess Bed & Breakfast: This Victorian-era bed and breakfast provides a cozy and intimate stay with beautifully decorated rooms and a hearty breakfast served each morning.


Experience the charm of Kingston, NY! With several accommodation options to suit every preference and budget, your stay in this historic city will be unforgettable. Just a quick 20-minute drive to the fairgrounds, Kingston offers convenience and comfort for your next adventure.

Excellent Hotels and Places to Stay in Kingston, NY

1. The Century House Historic Bed & Breakfast: Situated in the Rondout neighborhood, this B&B provides charming rooms in a restored 1797 building, along with a complimentary breakfast and easy access to waterfront dining and galleries.

2. Best Western Plus Kingston Hotel and Conference Center: A modern hotel with comfortable rooms, amenities like a fitness center and indoor pool, and convenient access to Kingston’s downtown area and nearby attractions.

3. Courtyard by Marriott Kingston: A contemporary hotel offering spacious rooms, a restaurant, fitness center, and outdoor seating area. It’s located near the Hudson Valley Mall and within driving distance of Kingston’s historic sites.

4. Hotel Kinsley: Located in a meticulously restored 19th-century building, Hotel Kinsley offers modern elegance blended with historic charm. Indulge in spacious and beautifully designed rooms, curated dining experiences, and a warm atmosphere that welcomes you to the heart of Kingston’s vibrant cultural scene.

5. A Kingston Airbnb: Many locals offer guest rooms or entire homes on Airbnb, providing a range of options from cozy apartments to historic houses in different parts of Kingston, allowing visitors to experience the city like a local.

More Hudson Valley Hotels and Places to Stay

If you’re visiting the New Paltz and Poughkeepsie areas, a favorite of local alumni to the many Hudson Valley colleges, there are several accommodation options to consider. Here are five places you could stay:

1. Mohonk Mountain House (New Paltz): This iconic resort offers a luxurious retreat with stunning views of the Shawangunk Mountains. It features elegant rooms, spa services, outdoor activities like hiking and boating, and fine dining options.

2. Minnewaska Lodge (Gardiner, near New Paltz): A boutique hotel nestled near Minnewaska State Park Preserve, offering comfortable rooms, scenic views, and proximity to hiking trails and outdoor adventures.

3. Hampton Inn by Hilton New Paltz: A modern hotel with spacious rooms, complimentary breakfast, a fitness center, and a convenient location near SUNY New Paltz and attractions like Mohonk Preserve.

4. DoubleTree by Hilton Poughkeepsie: A full-service hotel in downtown Poughkeepsie, offering comfortable accommodations, event spaces, a restaurant, and easy access to the Walkway Over the Hudson and other local attractions.

5. Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa (Milton, near Poughkeepsie): A charming inn and spa set on a 75-acre estate overlooking the Hudson River. It features luxurious rooms, a farm-to-table restaurant, spa services, and scenic walking trails.

As you plan your visit to the Dutchess County Fairgrounds and explore the vibrant Hudson Valley, rest assured that a comfortable and welcoming stay awaits you. With a diverse range of hotels, inns, and accommodations to choose from, there’s something to suit every traveler’s style and budget. Whether you prefer the historic charm of a restored inn, the modern amenities of a boutique hotel, or the convenience of a cozy bed and breakfast, the Hudson Valley hospitality scene has you covered. We look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful region and helping you make the most of your time at the fairgrounds and beyond.

Now that you’ve found a place to stay, what else will you do in the Hudson Valley. Check out our Plan Your Visit page for local Hudson Valley eateries, museums, galleries and more!