'I Believe in New Yorkers. Whether they're ever questioned the dream in which they live, I wouldn't know, because I won't ever dare as that question.â€ These words were said by the Welsh poet and writer Dylan Thomas.
Near to the City which Never Sleep
Hudson is a city on the west border of Columbia County, United states. Once a famous place for gambling and prostitution, even described in the 20th century Bruce Edward Hall's book Diamond Street: The Story of the Little Town with the Big Red Light District, today is a home for Firemen's Association of the State of New York Museum of Firefighting. Many tourists come to this city to spend a lovely holiday time. If you are interested in going away from the uproar of the city, you will surely need some great advice on where to stay in Hudson. For this reason, we have prepared a short list of Hudson hotels. Some of them are cheap, some â€“ little pricy ones, but all hotels in Hudson will help you to enjoy your stay in this lovely city and explore its beauties.
Budget Accommodations in Hudson
Let's start with some hotels that should help you to save some money that you will be able to spend on more important city tours or museums. Some cheap hotels that we recommend you to check are Quality Inn, Comfort Suites, Fairfield Inn by Marriott Hudson or Econo Lodge. These cheap hotels in Hudson are really comfortable and neat, and if you are traveling with a larger group of people or your family you can always ask for a discount or reducing the price during some another stay in the same hotel. Depending on the time of the year, some hotels are quite empty so even not that huge amount of money will surely be appreciated.Â
The Best Places to Stay in the City of Columbia County
But if some of you are searching for something classy and are not trying to stay on a strict budget, go ahead and read the reviews of these Hudson hotels: the Caldwell House and Breakfast, Diamond Mills Hotel, The Barlow Hotel or Hudson Merchant House. These hotels in Hudson are equally as good as the other classic hotels across the United States. In addition to this, they have saved some local history in their walls.
Visiting the Old and the New Streets
There are some really good places that you should definitely go and visit in this city instead of only enjoying your hotel room. To begin with, we recommend you to get a walk in the Village of Nyack, a sleepy Victorian style town full of shops and restaurants for you to enjoy. Then you should definitely go to the Franklin D. Roosevelt Home, Presidential Library & Home to meet the history still alive today. And finally, Kaaterskill Falls. This two-tiered beauty is the highest waterfall in all New York State. You can enjoy its view from the bottom as well as the top of the falls.