by Traci L. Suppa
One of several new boutique hotels in the Catskills, this stylish 11-room property in Woodstock was designed by the Novogratz design team. Rooms are colorful, featuring art by Elliott Landy and Michael De Feo. To add to the funky vibe, you can also borrow vinyl records to play in your room. Room types suitable for families include the double queen and the band suite.
There’s free Wi-Fi, flat-screen televisions, and mini-fridges. Continental breakfast is served on weekends. Lunch and dinner is served onsite at the Santa Fe Woodstock restaurant and bar.
Recreation options include an outdoor pool, table tennis and board games. There are two fire pits and an expansive lawn where guests congregate at night. Nearby, you can hike Kaaterskill Falls, or enjoy a family program offered at the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum. Guests can also purchase discount lift tickets to Windham Mountain Resort and Belleayre Mountain.
Our Editor Loves
- Outdoor pool
- Laid back mountain setting and peaceful vibe
- Nearby outdoor recreation, including hiking and skiing
- Free Wi-Fi
- Meal Plan
There is so much positive to say about this hotel... clean, spacious rooms, decor in each room in Woodstock style, with pictures, vinyl albums in each room. The common area is quite inviting. The owners are so very pleasant and accommodating. The only negative is the close proximity to highway 28... traffic all hours of the day and night
by Jana J
A hippie-themed boutique hotel might be something of a contradiction, but aside from the somewhat steep fall weekend rates, Hotel Dylan manages to pull it off amazingly well. We were immediately charmed by the thoughtfully designed 60s themed room, which came complete with funky wallpaper, a record player, a stack of vinyl and carefully selected art books strewn throughout. In addition, the place was sparkling clean, sported very comfortable bedding and a sleek bathroom. The ambiance is lovely and a wonderful effort is being made by host Daryl to get guests comfortable. We arrived on a Thursday evening when things were still quiet, but enjoyed ourselves nevertheless by flipping through stacks of records and playing our favorites on the turntable in the lobby, while huddling near the fireplace with newfound friends. We stayed on for the weekend and got to enjoy the fire pit, as well as the complimentary continental breakfast, which even included lox alongside bagels, cream cheese, vegetables, pastries, fruit, juice, coffee, and tea. A lovely touch was the little bag with all the makings for fire pit smores we discovered dangling from our doorknob upon returning to our room after dinner on Friday night.
In summary, I give great kudos to the creators of this space. We will definitely be back!