New York’s New Spa Will Offer Historic Ambiance

Image of Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhinebeck // Photo Credit: Courtesy of Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhinebeck

Towards the end of summer 2019 Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhinebeck (NY) will welcome guests into a completed, historic atmosphere without leaving behind the modernity of New York City. Currently, the property remains under construction, but soon enough the inn and spa will feature an old-world chic Parisian hotel in the convenient location of Rhinebeck, a quick drive from the city or Albany. 

Mirbeau Inn & Spa plans to feature 50 guest rooms with personal fireplaces, walk-in showers, and clawfoot soaking tubs. The decadent interiors will have eucalyptus-infused steam rooms, Himalayan salt saunas, and an outdoor terrace with an oversized, hot plunge pool. The inn will offer a 12,000-square-foot fitness center and weight room, in addition to 3,000-square-feet of meeting and conference space. 

Close to the center of town, the property will be encompassed by 2.8 acres of forestry with the village’s quaint shops on the outskirts. Guests will be able to shop throughout the historic site and visit the town’s restaurants, though guests will have the option of Mirbeau’s on site bistro and wine bar, a French-inspired American restaurant. The bistro’s menu will be dressed with ingredients from the Hudson Valley, while incorporating Mirbeau’s signature dishes. 

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The location's sister properties,  Mirbeau Inn & Spa (Skaneteles, NY) and the Mirbeau Inn & Spa Pinehills (Plymouth, MA), have both received a four-diamond rating from AAA, and Mirbeau Hospitality Services expects its new, Rhinebeck location to offer nothing less.  
 

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