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By Elite Traveler | January 13 2020
Head to upstate New York’s Adirondacks and relive the glory of the Gilded Age at The Point, originally William D Rockefeller’s Great Camp. The property nicely blends rustic charm with elegance and exceptional service, and it gives new meaning to the term ‘all-inclusive.’ Full bars are scattered throughout the property, so you can mix a G and T while you meander through the forest, or spike a hot chocolate during a chilly evening by a fire. The Point’s staff excels in adding that special something to its activities, whether hosting a curling party on the frozen lake complete with a roaring fire and an ice luge, or setting up a hammock in a perfect hidden alcove. If you’re staying at the romantic Boathouse, you’ll be hard-pressed to leave the dreamy deck with its swinging twin beds and serene views of the water.