The Barlow


PHONE: (518) 828-2100
ADDRESS: 542 Warren Street, Hudson NY 12534
Website: www.thebarlowhotel.com 

Hudson's newest boutique hotel offers guests a European style lodging option in the center of Hudson's historic business district. 16 luxuriously appointed guest rooms, all with private bathrooms including a walk-in spa shower and most with soaking tubs, provide all that today's modern traveler expects. Complimentary Wifi, DirecTV, iPod/iPad compatible clock radios, in-room Keurig coffeemakers, personal safes, fireplaces and so much more are included in the room rate.

While the Hotel doesn't offer any food or beverage service, guests can take advantage of our Privilege Partner program and receive discounts at a wide variety of Hudson's shopping, dining and entertainment venues just steps from the Hotel. Complimentary parking is also provided for guests driving to Hudson and The Barlow is a short cab ride/walk from the Amtrak station. The Barlow has so much to offer - convenience, amenities, and knowledgeable, professional guest services.

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The Barlow featured in Rural Intelligence


HADA member, The Barlow received wonderful accolades in a post today on the online culture-and-lifestyle magazine, Rural Intelligence.

The Barlow writes, "Jamie Larson, one of the sites writers spent some time with us at the Hotel asking questions ranging from our professional backgrounds to how we got to Hudson to why we decided to open a hotel. We tried to convey, and he clearly understood, our belief that Hudson will continue to grow and draw visitors here and continue to be a focal point of the Hudson Valley."

"In the short time The Barlow has been open we’ve welcomed hundreds of guests that have just discovered this city and all the outstanding dining, entertainment, shopping and cultural opportunities that Hudson offers. We recognize this and understand that The Barlow will play an important role in providing additional lodging to new visitors, who in turn will spend time in town taking advantage of Hudson’s “bounty” which will benefit the entire business community."

Read the full article here