Conference Center at Lake Placid

Lake Placid, NY Conference Center
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ChainIndependent / Other
Brand
Independent
Built2011
Renovated
Total Meeting Space9,000 sq. m
Guest Rooms
2608 Main Street
Lake Placid, NY 12946

Conference Center at Lake Placid

Lake Placid, NY Conference Center
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Awards

The Conference Center at Lake Placid is a green building, constructed with its Adirondack setting, and the health and comfort of our guests in mind. Construction techniques adhere to the criteria set forth by LEED (the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Consortium) and incorporate optimized energy performance, renewable, recycled materials and natural daylight. Operating with ongoing environmentally sound practices, the center is GOLD LEED certified.

Amenities

Facilities

  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Security
  • Wheelchair Accessible

Services

  • AV Capabilities

Equipment

  • Dance Floor
  • Loading Dock
  • Staging Area

Image Gallery

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space9,000 sq. m
Meeting Rooms12
Largest Room1,858 sq. m
Second Largest Room1,858 sq. m
Exhibit Space6,000 sq. m

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Local Attractions

Outdoor Recreation

Recreation
Each Adirondack season offers unique adventures for all who visit. The possibilities are endless—and your perfect day in Lake Placid can be whatever you make it.

Family Fun

When you and your family visit Lake Placid, New York in the winter months, you'll have so many activities to enjoy, it might be hard to know where to start. With a variety of cultural and athletic events, you're sure to find something of interest on which to base your stay. Make lasting memories in Lake Placid this year.

Wellness

Experience a restful and relaxing stay in Lake Placid -- professionals, quality products and signature treatments will pamper your mind and body, leaving you invigorated and ready for another day of Adirondack adventures.

Dining

The Adirondack culinary experience is inspired by the diversity of the natural elements that characterize this magnificent region. From traditional American cuisine in a family-friendly atmosphere to an gourmet dinner, you're sure to find something to satisfy your craving in one of the many Lake Placid restaurants.

History

Popularity of the Adirondack Region as a destination soared in the late 1800s when the nation's most wealthy and influential citizens built their Adirondack Great Camps here. The social elite would "vacate" the stifling summer heat of Northeast cities for the cool Adirondack air. Yes, this is the origin of the word – it's where vacations began. This quaint Adirondack village hosted two Olympic Winter Games in 1932 and 1980, but the area's history as the nations first winter vacation destination actually spans over 100 years!

Golf

Recreation
From late spring through fall, golf in Lake Placid is in full swing. One of the most rewarding outdoor activities, a round of golf provides the best of all things Adirondack. The rugged 360-degree mountain views, coupled with the sophistication of lush fairways and well-manicured greens, provide a truly Adirondack golfing experience. You may find it difficult to keep your eye on the ball with these impressive views.

Arts

It's no surprise that the Adirondacks have such a thriving arts community—the region's vast forests, peaceful waterways and scenic mountains have long served as a muse for the creative. Today, artists and musicians of all genres are inspired by the natural setting and sheltered solitude of the mountains. Lake Placid boasts several venues for the arts and hosts a variety of performances — from classical music, to family-friendly shows, to rock concerts and community plays and musicals. Whatever your preference, there are an array of Lake Placid events and enriching family activities available throughout the year.

Shopping

Shopping
Enjoy an authentic Adirondack shopping experience! As you wander in and out of our retail menagerie you may notice that many of the shops' owners can be found behind the counters. Strike up a conversation—and be sure to take a piece of the Adirondacks and your perfect day in Lake Placid home with you.

Distance from Airport

  • 80.47 km from Venue

Parking

  • Paid Parking

More

The Conference Center at Lake Placid offers: - Over 90,000 square feet of flexible meeting and exhibition space - 12 breakout rooms available for concurrent sessions - 9,000 square foot ballroom - Full service production kitchen - State of the art in-room audio/visual equipment - In-house security - Handicapped accessibility - Specialized personnel on call - Spectacular setting in the High Peaks of the Adirondack Mountains The Conference Center at Lake Placid features a balance of eco-technology that keeps energy costs to a minimum, while maximizing access to the spectacular views of the Adirondacks. It is a green building, constructed with its sheltered Adirondack setting, and the health and comfort of its guests in mind. Construction techniques adhere to the criteria set forth by the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design consortium) and incorporate optimized energy performance, renewable, recycled materials and natural daylight. The facility is complemented by numerous full service resorts that welcome and accommodate the needs of groups of all sizes, many offering meeting facilities appropriate for additional break-out sessions. Visit www.meetingslakeplacid.com or www.lakeplacid.com for details. The experience of a Lake Placid meeting is like no other. Your group is invited to explore beyond the boundaries of the meeting venue with easy access to charming village shops, boutiques, coffee houses and restaurants. Our dedicated staff will assist you with the invention of your unique group program. From a reception at the top of the Olympic Ski Jumps to a small cocktail party on the lake. Easy access to numerous activities including hiking trails, canoe and kayak trips, fishing and boating excursions, golf outings, art center classes and performances, spa treatments, custom team building programs and so much more. Invent your own perfect program with a myriad of choices to make your conference or event a successful and memorable experience.

Seasonality

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High Season
Shoulder Season
Apr 1 – Jun 15
Sep 10 – Nov 30
Low Season

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