Lake Placid Hotels & Resorts For Your Wedding
Choose from elegant “wedding-worthy” hotels and resorts in Lake Placid, NY for an unforgettable wedding day that is every bit as beautiful as it is memorable. Whether you want a grand indoor event or a lakeside wedding with sweeping views of the mountains, there are hotels that can turn your vision into reality! View our listings below to find the perfect venue that appeals to you.
Whiteface Club & Resort believes that no wedding is the same, and that's why they personalize your special day to your needs. They guide each couple to make their own decisions so the day turns out just the way each bride and groom envisions.
No matter the season, The Whiteface Lodge offers a stunning setting for your Adirondack or Lake Placid wedding. This combined with our personalized service equals a unique experience, making the Whiteface Lodge the ideal place to host your wedding.
Hotel Saranac is the only true full-service indoor wedding venue of its kind in the area. The exquisitely renovated hotel marries the old-world, Gatsbyesque era of yesteryear with the sophisticated, modern touches today's couples desire in a venue.
With breathtaking views of Mirror Lake and the High Peaks, the Hotel North Woods makes an ideal location for your Lake Placid Wedding!
Surrender yourself to the natural and untouched beauty of the Adirondack Mountains at the first resort in the U.S. to receive the Audubon International's Platinum Eco Rating for Hotels.
Enjoy Lakeside luxury at the Lake Placid Lodge! This award-winning retreat overlooks Lake Placid and offers farm-to-table dining, sumptuous lodging including suites and cabins, Adirondack pub, in-room massage, wine cellar and much more. Book now!
The Crowne Plaza Resort & Golf Club, Lake Placid is situated adjacent to the Olympic Center in the heart of the world-famous Olympic village.
Weddings are magical at The Point! Whether you choose a party in the Great Hall or a ceremony on a wooded island, you and your guests will be sure to take in the beauty of Saranac Lake.