The Mirbeau Companies, the brand behind Mirbeau Inn and Spa (Skaneateles, NY and Plymouth, MA), has announced an expansion to the Village of Rhinebeck, NY with the Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhinebeck. The new property—slated to open fall 2019—will feature 50 guest rooms each with their own fireplace, walk-in shower, and claw-foot soaking tub; 3,000-square-feet of meeting and conference space, Mirbeau’s award-winning Bistro & Wine Bar; and a 12,000-square-foot Spa Mirbeau.
“We are excited to expand our Mirbeau portfolio to this beautiful area of the Hudson Valley, providing our guests with a chance to pause and to escape to an exciting new Parisian-inspired destination, without the need to travel,” says Linda Dower, principal owner of Mirbeau Companies. “In this 24/7, totally connected world we live in, we find it even more important for our guests to have the opportunity re-balance in their lives through a restful, yet inspiring experience. We look forward to becoming an important part of the Rhinebeck Community and to serving the greater Hudson Valley market with our special style and amenities specifically designed to be enjoyed by local residents as well as visitors.”
Located a short ride from New York City and Albany, the full-service resort will resemble that of an old-world Parisian hotel nestled within 2.8 wooded acres, just a short walk from the shops and restaurants at Rhinebeck’s Village Center. The property’s Spa Mirbeau will follow a day resort concept, similar to the concept implemented at Spa Mirbeau in Albany last fall. Both Spa Mirbeau and the Fitness Center at Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhinebeck will service overnight guests and day spa customers alike. The 14-treatment-room-spa will offer number of treatments and services will be available, along with a resting area with a mediation water feature, an outdoor aqua terrace with oversized hot plunge pool, eucalyptus-infused steam rooms and Himalayan salt saunas, fitness studios, weight room, and retail boutique.
“The new Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhinebeck fills the need for a regional, short-stay getaway and resort experience that is easily accessible by automobile and also by train from the NYC Metro Area and Albany Capital District,” says Gary Dower, managing director of the new property. “We’re excited to invest in this wonderful community and bring in new visitors to support the unique shops, restaurants and attractions. And it will bring approximately 200 jobs to the Northern Dutchess County market.”