The Point Resort, NY, Offering Buyout for Groups

Located in the Adirondacks, The Point in Saranac Lake, NY, is offering full-property buyouts of the 11-room, 22-guest, all-inclusive resort. For $37,600 per night, guests can enjoy full access to the 75-acre property, inclusive of the lake, outdoor adventure activities, various hiking and skiing trails, and five-star amenities.

According to sources such as Black Tomato, group travel is on the rise this year, with bookings for eight or more people increasing by 35 percent and accounting for 30 percent of 2024 bookings. When it comes to planning a group trip, whether for a family reunion, milestone celebration, bachelor(ette) party or corporate retreat, it can be difficult to find an accommodation that offers the ideal level of privacy and luxury. Originally built as a 19th-century Rockefeller Great Camp, The Point offers guests all they need, without the stress of planning group meals, hosting or coordinating activities fit for the entire group.

The Point Resort_The Great Hall
The Great Hall (The Point Resort)

Groups staying at The Point can enjoy three exclusive benefits:

  • The all-inclusive resort grants full access to the kitchen and bars scattered throughout the property. There is unlimited, 24-hour access to beverages, and guests can even help themselves at fully stocked bars throughout the property. Curated menus take into account seasonal offerings, individual dietary restrictions and preferences, and specialty and local food items from local farms or rarities flown in from places afar. To meet the group’s preferences, the team can also arrange picnics on the lake, s’mores by the fire, themed dinner parties and cocktail hours.
  • The resort’s staff provides high-end, customized experiences for guests. They are known to cater to their guests’ every whim, from whipping up a cheeseburger at 3 a.m. to presenting a guest’s favorite cigars, arranging a special family dinner inspired by their grandmother’s recipe, and more.
  • Guests have carte blanche use of the sports equipment and recreational activities, from ice skating and ice fishing in the winter on the frozen Saranac Lake; enjoying lunch on the lake on one of The Point’s Elco boats in the springtime; having a summer afternoon filled with water skiing, kayaking and paddle boarding; and riding e-bikes through the trails to see the gorgeous fall foliage. Group activities such as scavenger hunts, Olympic-style challenges, team-building activities and outdoor movie nights can also be arranged.

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