Enjoy a winter getaway in upstate New York at The Maker Hotel. Located in Hudson, the luxury property opened its doors in August 2020. The 11-room property is housed in three historic buildings, making for an intimate stay. Through the end of March, The Maker Hotel offers guests two different flash sale offers.
The WFH package is available for either three-, four- or seven-night stays. This deal is designed for those working remotely Monday–Friday. In addition to the guestroom, guests taking advantage of this deal can work in the property’s café and library. Other amenities included with the deal are a food and beverage credit at The Maker Café, unlimited tea and coffee, access to the gym and fragrance and book library, and complimentary eye opener service (coffee and small bites delivered to your room in the morning).
The Make a Night of It Staycation package is ideal for a last-minute getaway. The one-night stay offer includes access to the gym and fragrance and book library, and complimentary eye opener service.
The flash sale rates will be released one week ahead of potential bookings. Visit the website to search available dates and to book. The packages will appear under “available rates.”
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