Honors Haven Resort & Spa - Ellenville41.70079, -74.40048
The 4-star Honors Haven Resort & Spa boasts a convenient location near Delaware Ulster Railroad, which is around 53 km away. Honors Haven Resort & Spa welcomes guests to its elegant rooms since 1903.
The center of Ellenville can be reached in 20 minutes' walk from the hotel. The venue is located 46 km from Fishkill.
Honors Haven Resort & Spa is around 40 minutes' drive from Stewart airport.
Honors Haven Resort & Spa offers accommodation in 232 guestrooms complete with individual climate control, a minibar, a private safe, coffee/tea makers and ironing facilities. The property boasts views of Shawangunk Mountains from its rooms. For more comfort a shower, a hairdryer and free toiletries are provided.
Eat & Drink
Every morning a fine buffet breakfast is served. There is a restaurant serving American dishes on site.
A full breakfast is served at affordable prices.
There are a cash machine, a luggage storage and a lift provided on-site.
Honors Haven Resort & Spa delights guests with a wellness area, a steam room and a sauna. The hotel offers a gym, yoga classes and a fitness club available on site.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Year renovated: 2012. Number of floors: 4. Number of rooms: 232.
On-site car park
Late check-in/ -out
Seasonal outdoor pool
Seasonal indoor pool
Children's play area
DVDs/ Videos for children
Sports & Fitness
- Fitness centre
- Water sports
- Horseback riding
- Tennis court
- Golf course
- Billiard tables
- Table tennis
- Bell staff/Porter
- Restaurant buffet
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Packed lunches
- Special diet menus
- Business centre
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- Babysitting/Child services
- Board games
- DVDs/ Videos for children
- Children's play area
- Game room
Spa & Leisure
- Seasonal outdoor pool
- Seasonal indoor pool
- Garden area
- Leisure/ TV room
- Spa & wellness centre
- Air conditioning
- Dressing area
- Ironing facilities
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Flat-screen TV
- Direct dial telephone
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 2 Double beds
In the Room
In the Room
The lobby and grounds were beautiful.
The room was clean but the whole atmosphere of the hallways and rooms was right out of a Stephen King novel.
The 18% tax for "resort" use. I didn't use any of the amenities.
The mountains were nice, walking around and the room was spacious and clean. We went to The State Park in Kerhonson that is why we were there.
I paid $169.00 with all the fees at checkout I ended up paying $218.00 for just a room, not evena cup of coffee. I felt that it was too much for an old hotel. They could have thrown in a breakfast for that amount of money.
Although they've given this hotel major renovations it still falls very short of what I would call a resort and spa. The nicest thing about this place is their website. We thought we were getting a deal but I'm reminded of the phrase "you get what you pay for." The room was bare but clean. They didn't even provide a coffee maker. I felt like we were in a hostel! No room service so our hopes for a romantic evening in fell through. Not my favorite place but the views were incredible and the grounds were really beautiful.
Clean spacious rooms.
Indoor pool schedule did not coincide with public schedule for quests. Day Camps used indoor pool, even though public schedule, handouts, said it was available for paying quests. It was not.
A little disappointed because for one night stay we payed 244$ and breakfast is not included.
Honors Haven is a place that rejuvenated and rekindled our love for one another. It's a place to release and rebuild our mind and body spiritually and physically with golf, spa and sensual touch. We loved it immensely.
More advertisement on eateries within the Resort and nearby restaurants should be listed on the website.
The Hotel staff was nice we received a call a few weeks in advance to warn us that there was a big "country Jamboree" group that was coming in the same weekend and that they tend to be loud. I thought that was very considerate. The lobby was newly remodeled and was nice. A note in the elevator said the hotel was under new ownership and hopefully is a sign of better things to come.
The front desk wasn't very informative about the amenities that were available to us. The hallways to our rooms were poorly lit and the wood in the floor creaked as we walked by. The room was clean but boring and the beds were uncomfortable. The whole complex is right next door to an abandoned resort and spa which adds to the creepiness-factor. But all in all we had no major issues while there and it was clean room to sleep in, but don't expect anything fancy
This is a old world resort from the 50/60s with all the trappings. They have begun renovation and retained the charm of the past. I was sure Patrick Swayze was going to walk down the hall from the movie "Dirty Dancing". The location is rural and adjacent to a resort that did not make it. Go and enjoy the ride.
Parking is free but limited and location to your room troubling. 11am check out.