Eastwind Lake Placid set to open its scandi-inspired doors this spring

Eastwind Hotel & Bar are gearing up for the launch of its second property in Lake Placid, offering travellers a designer-curated outdoor escape with Scandinavian and postmodern inspired décor. We took a closer look…

eclectic bedroom design at eastwind lake placid

Eastwind Lake Placid is a year-round, boutique retreat in the heart of the Adirondacks, ideal for elemental getaways and gatherings while still being only moments away from the bustling downtown. The design focusses on providing authentic connections to nature through 26 designer-curated accommodations including luxury cabins and one standalone two-bedroom residence with vintage Scandinavian design and postmodern inspiration.

scandi inspired design in the Eastwind Lake PlacidImage credit: Eastwind / Lawrence Braun

“We wanted to create a cozy space where you can curl up after a day of hiking or skiing, and just relax.” — Bjorn Boyer, Eastwind Co-Founder

Previously a 1950s motor inn, the second Eastwind property from founders Bjorn Boyer, Julija Stoliarova, and Dan Cipriani, will offer easy access to one of the largest protected parklands in the United States. Occupying five buildings on land along the Chubb River, the hotel will feature an array of indoor and outdoor experiences geared at discerning design and outdoor enthusiasts. Amenities will include a pool, a vintage library, a spa, a communal fire pit, saunas, bike and skate rentals, along with weekly programming of live music, yoga and pilates classes.

Taking cues from its sister property in the Catskills, Eastwind Lake Placid will feature a refined food and beverage program which guests can enjoy across a variety of different formats from breakfast baskets to seasonal outdoor meals made on an open flame Argentinian grill. Scheduled to open later in the year, a former blacksmith shop turned bar and lounge will offer intimate eating and drinking experiences, which can be booked by individual guests or reserved exclusively for private dining.

Main image credit: Eastwind / Lawrence Braun