New in New York: Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhinebeck to Debut in Fall 2019

Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhinebeck

Travelers planning ahead for a fall vacation can, starting May 1, reserve their stay at the future Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhinebeck. The 50-room resort will make its debut in early autumn and resemble a chic, old-world Parisian hotel. 

Just two hours from Manhattan by car in the heart of New York’s Hudson Valley, Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhinebeck is located on nearly three secluded acres, and will be just a short jaunt from the specialty shops, flourishing food scene and arts culture of Rhinebeck’s historic center. (For those who prefer to take the train, the property is just minutes from the Rhinecliff-Kingston Train Station.) Like its sister resorts in Skaneateles, NY and Plymouth, MA, Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhinebeck is designed to bring balance to modern living, with "gracious" accommodations, a French-inspired American dining experience (including a bistro and wine bar) and a 12,000-square-foot spa (a highlight of the property). 

Good to know: At the spa, guests will find a European-style resting area, aqua terrace with thermal pool, eucalyptus-infused steam room, Himalayan salt saunas and the latest in fitness equipment. There will be 14 treatment rooms.

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Travelers can book a room directly at mirbeau.com or call 877-67-2328 to speak to a reservations specialist. The first available date for stays is October 13, 2019. Guests will have the choice of a Mirbeau Signature room with one king-sized bed or two queen-sized beds or a Luxurious Suite. All rooms are complete with fireplace and soaking tub. 

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