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Situated in a former 1920s movie house, the just-opened Rivertown Lodge reflects the sleepy-no-more state of its hometown. Located in Hudson, about 120 miles north of Manhattan, the cozy hotel celebrates the region’s aesthetic—the valley is renowned for its antique shops—but that doesn’t mean it’s solely folksy. Like its surrounding streets, which included an in-the-works musuem by artist Marina Abramovic, an annex office for e-commerce site Etsy (which is headquartered in Brooklyn), and several storefront galleries, the 27-room lodge speaks to the town’s city-dwelling, culturally-in-the-know visitors. Designed by Brooklyn-based firm Workstead, which also did the Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and co-founded by Ray Pirkle, whose résumé includes stints working for Grandlife Hotels and Ian Schrager, the property would seem just as much at home in the city (save for the stovepipe fireplace).



731 Warren St
Hudson
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