Castles

  • Tour the Castle Hotel & Spa, a medieval-style structure that was transformed into a luxury hotel.   See the Gallery

  • Located 25 miles north of Manhattan, the Castle Hotel & Spa overlooks the Hudson River. Featuring 31 rooms and suites, the main tower of the castle forms the highest point in Westchester County,…   See the Image

  • Castle Hotel & Spa

    Published 03/28/14 in Places

    Located 25 miles north of Manhattan, the Castle Hotel & Spa overlooks the Hudson River. Featuring 31 rooms and suites, the main tower of the castle forms the highest point in Westchester County,…   See the Image

  • Located 25 miles north of Manhattan, the Castle Hotel & Spa overlooks the Hudson River. Featuring 31 rooms and suites, the main tower of the castle forms the highest point in Westchester County,…   See the Image

  • Castle Hotel & Spa: Pool

    Published 03/28/14 in Places

    Located 25 miles north of Manhattan, the Castle Hotel & Spa overlooks the Hudson River. Featuring 31 rooms and suites, the main tower of the castle forms the highest point in Westchester County,…   See the Image

  • Located 25 miles north of Manhattan, the Castle Hotel & Spa overlooks the Hudson River. Featuring 31 rooms and suites, the main tower of the castle forms the highest point in Westchester County,…   See the Image

  • Located 25 miles north of Manhattan, the Castle Hotel & Spa overlooks the Hudson River. Featuring 31 rooms and suites, the main tower of the castle forms the highest point in Westchester County,…   See the Image

  • Located 25 miles north of Manhattan, the Castle Hotel & Spa overlooks the Hudson River. Featuring 31 rooms and suites, the main tower of the castle forms the highest point in Westchester County,…   See the Image

  • Located 25 miles north of Manhattan, the Castle Hotel & Spa overlooks the Hudson River. Featuring 31 rooms and suites, the main tower of the castle forms the highest point in Westchester County,…   See the Image

  • The Oak Room, with its rich wood panel accoutrements first owned by Louis XIV, was brought intact to New York when the Castle was first built a century ago.    See the Image