The Plattsburgh Area
Enjoy the best the Adirondacks has to offer at our cozy hotel, conveniently located just off New York I-87. Whether traveling for work or leisure, our hotel’s well-kept Guest Rooms feature flat-panel TVs with 30 channels of HD programming and easy plug-and-play access that makes it simple to connect electronics. Enjoy a free Bright Side Breakfast®, including unlimited coffee and juice, fresh fruit, waffles, muffins, and more. Work out in the fitness center, and stay connected with free Wi-Fi. After a long day, relax around the greenhouse-style swimming pool and whirlpool, or enjoy a soak in our spa. Our hotel welcomes pets.
Looking to experience the best of the local scene? The La Quinta Inn & Suites Plattsburgh is conveniently located in the heart of the Adirondacks and is the gateway to New York’s Tech Valley. Our hotel is just a block from Champlain Center Mall and minutes from Plattsburgh State University and Clinton Community College. The location is optimal for visitors to Nova Bus, Bombardier, and Georgia Pacific. Leisure travelers will enjoy Lake Champlain, Lake Placid and all the Adirondacks have to offer. Vermont and Quebec are also easily accessed via short car ride. Our hotel offers a prime location with plenty of free amenities, affording you the opportunity to dig deep into the area’s natural attractions.
Hotel Services and Amenities
Enjoy travel with the entire family, including your pets. Our new flat-panel TVs come with 30 channels of HD programming and easy plug-and-play access that makes it simple to connect electronics to keep the kids entertained. Stay productive with free Wi-Fi. Each room comes equipped with an alarm clock, coffeemaker, hairdryer and ironing board with iron so you can start your day looking fresh and crisp. If you’re traveling for leisure or just looking to unwind after a long day, lounge by our greenhouse-style swimming pool and whirlpool, or enjoy a soak in our spa.
The area has many attractions and a great deal of natural beauty. Located on the shores of Lake Champlain, the city has many beaches and great fishing and boating opportunities. Many of the most beautiful lakes of the Adirondacks are nearby, such as Lake Placid and Saranac Lake. Explore local history at Ausable Chasm, where 400 years ago Samuel De Champlain first explored the region, as well as the Wilder Homestead and Kent-Delord House Museum. Early autumn brings the first turning of the leaves, as the mountains explode in color for fall foliage. Vermont is just a ferry ride across the lake -- keep your eyes peeled for Champ, the area’s answer to the Loch Ness Monster!