The Beacon Hotel, Hudson Valley
The Beacon Hotel, Main Street, Beacon, NY
The Beacon Hotel underwent a complete restoration (completed in Spring 2017), in sync with Beacon’s own reinvention as a melting pot of arts, nature, commerce and community. With the completion of the Beacon Hotel and Restaurant construction, 12 boutique rooms sit over a restaurant and bar that hopes to mix the best of the modern and the nostalgic.
We look forward to sharing new stories in this remarkable new space and adding our own chapter to The Beacon Hotel’s story.
The oldest continuously operating hotel in Beacon, NY.
The Beacon Hotel marks the latest chapter in a 140 year story of hospitality on Main Street. Built in 1877 the two towers have defined the Main Street vista for generations of Beaconites and those drawn to the Hudson Valley, and it is the oldest continuously operating Hotel in Beacon.
Originally dubbed Dibble House and sitting across from the Dibble Theater on Main Street the hotel was already 24 years old when The Beacon Incline made its maiden trip in 1902.
Through the roaring twenties Beacon was a top tourist attraction and over 1,000,000 people road the trolley which is featured on an interior wall of The Beacon Hotel.
Passed from owner to owner the hotel is rumored to have been won and lost in a poker game in the 1960’s.