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The 8 best hotels and B&Bs in Hudson, NY

These are the best hotels and B&Bs in Hudson, NY for the next time you need to escape the city for a relaxing getaway

Written by
Alyssa Ammirato
Ed Cunningham
Alex Floyd-Douglass

Ahhh, Hudson. A city in Upstate New York full of character, charm, and history. A trendy little place, too. Thanks to the antique wonders of Warren Street, a thriving LGBTQ+ community, and its dazzling rows of Queen Anne mansions, Hudson found itself phenomenally popular with New Yorkers and Bostonians during the last few years. 

No longer just a base for launching hikes around the nearby Catskills and Hudson Valley, Hudson is now bursting at the seams with innovative art hub openings, hip bars, and tasty food spots. Defo a city to add to your must-see list. So, next time you fancy swapping the bustle and noise of NY or Boston for the streets of Hudson, you’ll want to make sure you’re staying at one of the city’s finest hotels or B&Bs. We've narrowed down our faves, from cozy inns and boutique hotels to functional and practical hideaways. Enjoy!

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Who makes the cut? While we might not stay in every Airbnb featured, we've based our list on top reviews, hosts and amenities to find you the best stays. This article includes affiliate links. These links have no influence on our editorial content. For more information, see our affiliate guidelines. 

Best Hudson hotels and B&Bs

Hudson Mariner

1. Hudson Mariner

A beautifully unique property, the Hudson Mariner was formerly a Captain's home back in 1810, so it's got a lot of history within its bricks. The B&B offers five large guest suites, all unique and include a private ensuite bathroom. The rooms have high ceilings and the luxury bedding makes your stay extra cozy. Most of the rooms have direct access to one of the two back porches and they also offer a 2-bedroom suite for families and groups. Each room also has a smart TV, Wi-Fi, mini fridge and coffee machine. 

Mood? Captain's charm.
Location perks? In the heart of Hudson. 
Budget range? Well priced.

Nest Hudson

2. Nest Hudson

The Nest Hudson is a boutique hotel located in downtown Hudson, NY, right by the local restaurants and stores. Aptly named, the hotel offers accommodation perfect for nesting away after a busy day of sightseeing and exploring Hudson. There are five renovated private suites available, all including an ensuite bathroom and luxurious bedding. There's also a 24/7 snack kitchen open to all guests. Midnight snack, anyone? 

Mood? Modern design. 
Location perks? Nestled in downtown Hudson. 
Budget range? A budget-friendly option. 

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The Hudson Milliner Guesthouse and Inn give the standard bed-and-breakfast an industrial-inspired facelift while still delivering ideal proximity to all of Hudson City’s charms. Stay in one of four unique and personality-filled guest rooms with varied decor and modern amenities.

Mood? Vintage meets industrial. 
Location perks? In the heart of Hudson. 
Budget range? Great value for what's on offer.

The Amelia
Photograph: Courtesy The Amelia/Lawrence Braun

4. The Amelia

The Amelia is a short walk from Hudson’s main eating, drinking and shopping area, meaning that it combines a town-center location with stunning natural views. But that ain’t all. This place is surrounded by the area’s famed stately homes and itself inhabits a recently-restored nineteenth-century Queen Anne-style house. Given modern touches like chic furniture and an enormous outdoor pool, it strikes a careful balance between luxury, coziness and convenience.

Mood? Cozy home from home.
Location perks? Walking distance to the main entertainment hub. 
Budget range? On the pricier side.

Hudson B&B

5. Hudson B&B

Hudson B&B is small but quaint, offering three beautiful guest rooms within a stately home. With the ambiance of a boutique inn, the Hudson B&B is a home away from home, with cats and a dog roaming around the communal areas, welcoming you at the door. The B&B is the perfect setting for a relaxing break. 

Mood? Sweet and snug.
Location perks? In Hudson's central hub.
Budget range? Mid-range. 

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Since the 1870s, this stately manor has held residence and welcomed guests to the Hudson Valley. One of the area’s oldest estates, its decor is classic, elegant and luxurious, with all the comfort you’d expect from a country inn. Explore the trails and grounds or enjoy a breeze on the wraparound porch.

Mood? Grand splendor.
Location perks? Views over the Catskill Mountains. 
Budget range? Suuuuper high-end.

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Located on the beautiful water-facing Front Street, Wm Farmer & Sons offers warm, welcoming guest rooms with super cozy vibes. Enjoy unique craft cocktails and fresh seafood, small plates and more before retiring for a great night’s sleep.

Mood? Eclectic edge.
Location perks? Overlooking the waterfront.
Budget range? Mid-range.

The Hudson Whaler

8. The Hudson Whaler

The Hudson Whaler stands out for its bright, amiable blue-and-white nautical theme, but there’s much more to this Art Deco hideaway than seafaring shenanigans. Having opened just last year, the Whaler’s 16 rooms all come with sumptuous furnishings, deluxe bathroom products, fancy coffee makers and even access to an iPad library.

Mood? Modern luxury. 
Location perks? Walking distance from the Tanglewood Musical Center. 
Budget range? A great variety of options. 

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