Nestled in the Hudson River Valley, Poughkeepsie offers a captivating experience, whether you are looking to discover history or farm-fresh produce. And visitors staying at our Poughkeepsie accommodations can easily reach New York City, less than two hours away.
For a panoramic view, hotel guests in Poughkeepsie can stroll across the Walkway Over the Hudson, the longest pedestrian bridge in the world, stretching 1.25 miles over the river. You can also delve into local history at Locust Grove Estate, the Glebe House, or the Franklin D. Roosevelt home and presidential library.
Vibrant local culture is offered up in the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Museum, the Mid-Hudson Children's Museum, and the Bardavon Opera House––the oldest operating theater in the state.
Soaking up the natural beauty of the Hudson River Valley is effortless with scenic bike tours, rail trail hiking, golf, fly-fishing, or even a Hudson River cruise. And though the area offers abundant dining options, for gastronomic bliss Poughkeepsie hotel guests should not miss a meal at one of The Culinary Institute of America’s five student-staffed restaurants, all in nearby Hyde Park.
Whether you’re searching for a classic symphony performance or a stroll through a working farm, this exciting Hudson Valley city has it all.