Luxurious New Boutique Hotel Set to Open in the Hudson Valley
One of the most important parts about vacation and traveling is where we stay. It can range from an Airbnb, bed and breakfast, motel or hotel and more.
Depending on the person or people traveling in a group, this may or may not be an easy decision to make. Some people prefer Air Bnbs over hotels and vice versa.
What's The Difference Between A Motel, A Hotel And Airbnb?
Motels are smaller than hotels usually with less amenities and thrills. However, a hotel is typically larger with a lot more rooms and things to do such as a gym, lounge, restaurant and or bar.
Airbnbs have become popular over the years. This service allows owners to rent out their space such as home, house, rooms and more. Usually, those who have multiple people staying under one roof for vacation would choose this.
Are Bed And Breakfasts Still A Thing?
Typically in larger and or older homes, a bed and breakfast can provide guests with that at home feeling. It may include a home with several rooms on site. For the most part, the owner of the b&b there but there is a chance if they are residing under the same roof, its somewhere on the property, nearby.
However, taking the more expensive route can be fun and exciting.
Have You Ever Stayed In A Boutique Hotel?
I stayed in my first boutique hotel when I was in California. It felt so unique, upscale and fancy. You may not have to travel out of state to have a similar experience.
A Luxurious New Boutique Hotel Is Set To Open In The Hudson Valley
A popular Italian restaurant has made an announcement on social media.
"Limoncello is pleased to announce the Soft Opening of The Orange Inn Boutique Hotel, Monday November 7, 2022. In addition, the Restaurant will be open 7 days a week for your dining pleasure."
Limoncello is located in Goshen, NY. The building dates back to the early 1700's. On site, there is three private dining rooms, patio and a full bar. Along with restaurant service, they also host events on site and offsite catering events.
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