by Traci L. Suppa
With its distinctive Polynesian architecture and theme, this is a charming and quirky property overlooking Lake George. In season, there are even Polynesian dinner shows. There is a large, 60-foot outdoor pool and a smaller heated indoor pool, a playground, fitness center, basketball area and free Wi-Fi. Family suites have two queen beds and a sofa sleeper.
Our Editor Loves
- Spacious family suites
- Two pools, playground, and sports court
- Walking distance to shopping and restaurants
- Theme Park
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
This ia our second visit to the Tiki. The rooms are very tired and desperately need to be updated and urgently need painting and TLC. There is also an odor in the rooms that won't go away! Not sure what they use to wash the floors but they were very sticky. The day after our first night we never got housekeeping and had to call the desk for towels. It was so humid that ours stll had not dried at all. We stayed here this year so that we could see the Polynesian show. Dinner was a huge disappointment! Most meals were barely warm and one was sent back nearly untouched, yet was not taken off of the bill! The show was excellent and worth every penny! Michelle, the bartender is fantastic! Sadly, this will be our last visit to the Tiki.
My room was a haven for bugs and there were ducks swimming in the outdoor pool. I walked in to a spider hanging over my bed and killed 4 very large ants throughout my 2 day stay. The poolside rooms are run down and look like low income housing.