Overnight Accommodation Options in Westchester County for Businesses' Top Out-of-Town Clients
Where to house your top clients or star recruits during an overnight visit
When you’re recruiting a hot out-of-town prospect or wooing a top out-of-town client, why not make a strong impression by booking them into one of these luxe hotels? Each has first-rate wining-and-dining options, and all feature in-room work desks, Internet access, and other professional conveniences. After all, this is a business trip.
» An icon of rustic elegance set on 14 wooded acres in the heart of horse country, the Bedford Post Inn is Westchester’s only Relais & Chateaux property. The eight rooms have marble baths and Frette linens; some have fireplaces, terraces, and claw-footed soaking tubs for two. Overnight guests can de-stress with a complimentary class at the on-site yoga studio, or take a mediation break near the reflecting pool. The casual Barn restaurant offers breakfast and lunch daily, and dinner on Monday and Tuesday. For the wow factor, make a dinner reservation at the chef’s table at the top-rated, locavore-centric Farmhouse restaurant. Maybe you and your out-of-town client will even catch a glimpse of owner Richard Gere.
Prices start at $395.
954 Old Post Rd,
Bedford (914) 234-7800
Castle on the Hudson
» Guests can enjoy great views of the Hudson Valley and the City that Never Sleeps from the tower of the Castle on the Hudson in Tarrytown, the highest point in Westchester. The proximity to town and country should impress, as should the green-powered hotel’s in-room spa services, wood-burning fireplaces, and manicured gardens with a waterfall. The cuisine at Equus, the Castle’s elegant restaurant, has earned high marks from AAA, Zagat, and other organizations and publications, and its wine cellar has been cited by Wine Enthusiast magazine for its impressive 550-plus labels. Prices start at $590
400 Benedict Ave
Tarrytown (914) 631-1980
Presidential Suite at the Ritz Carlton
» Enjoy the high life at the cosmopolitan Ritz-Carlton, Westchester, either at its sophisticated 42 The Restaurant, or in the indulgent spa and indoor pool set at the apex of White Plains’s skyline. Situated in the heart of downtown, the hotel is just steps from the city’s bustling nightlife and shopping. And is there a better end to a busy day than relaxing in the marble bath’s soaking tub, before climbing into luxurious Frette sheets? Prices start at $209.
3 Renaissance Sq
White Plains (914) 467-5500
» The Doral Arrowwood in Rye Brook features a 114-acre, resort-like setting and access to golf, tennis, racquetball, squash, two pools, and a fitness center, with volleyball, basketball, and more. Suites offer multi-jet, steam showers, separate living rooms, screened patios, and flat-screen TVs throughout, even in the bathrooms. Check out the three onsite restaurants, or make a reservation for you and your out-of-town guests to enjoy La Panetière’s French haute cuisine, close at hand in Rye. Prices start at $229.
975 Anderson Hill Rd
Rye Brook (914) 939-5000
Crabtree's Kittle House
» Crabtree’s Kittle House started out as a barn, and has gone through a series of renovations and repurposings in its 200-year history, including a stint as a roadhouse during Prohibition. These days, it’s a cozy restaurant with an award-winning 65,000 bottle wine cellar, and 13-room inn with abundant Old World charm and a reputation for pampering its guests. Prices start at $147.
11 Kittle Rd
Chappaqua (914) 666-8044