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HHC Brand Hallmarks

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  • AAA Four Diamond Accreditation
  • Luxury Bedding & In-Room Amenities
  • Nightly Turndown Service
  • Balconies with water views (NY)
  • Boat Access (NY)
  • Full-service Restaurants
  • 24 Hour Room Service
  • Outdoor Dining & Fire Pits
  • Indoor / Outdoor Pools w/ Hot Tubs
  • Complimentary Coffee & Tea Stations on Every Floor
  • Business Center
  • Complimentary WI-FI
  • State-of-the-Art Fitness Centers
  • Bellman & Concierge
  • Waterfront Conference & Banquet Facilities
  • Ample free parking (NY)
  • Hotels &restaurants have taken every precaution to keep our guests safe.

Harbor Hotel Collection in New York State


1000 Islands Harbor Hotel on the U.S. & Canadian Border

  • 105 room resort hotel on shores of St. Lawrence River
  • Walking distance from the quaint town of Clayton with art galleries, shops and restaurants
  • Wineries, breweries & distilleries
  • Clayton Opera House
  • Scenic cruises & boat tours
  • St. Lawrence Riverwalk
  • Agritourism -Maple Ridge Stables, Lucky Star Ranch, farm stands, creameries & vineyards
  • Fishing charters

Tour the Antique Boat Museum, which is the premier freshwater nautical museum in North America and visit its galleries which are overflowing with over three hundred unique and beautifully preserved boats and thousands of artifacts. Visitors will gain an appreciation of how important boating has been generally to the cultural history of North America and, specifically, to the St. Lawrence River.

Explore the grandeur and beauty of the 1000 Islands Region on a Clayton Island boat tour. Your guide will regale you with stories and provide you with an intimate look at the many incredible sites including Great Lakes freighters, lighthouses, magnificent island homes and the Thousand Islands International Bridge system. Stops are available at Boldt Castle and Rock Island Lighthouse.

Experience the majesty of Boldt Castle, a turn-of-the-century castle rivaling those of Europe, built on the St. Lawrence River, in the heart of the 1000 Islands. Learn all about the tragic love story behind the construction of the castle, take a self-guided tour of the impressive buildings, and enjoy a picnic lunch in the beautiful gardens on this five-acre estate.

Feeling adventurous? Take a journey back in time and visit Singer Castle. Embark on a 45-minute tour into this century old mansion located on Dark Island. The 4-floor castle is filled with various grand rooms, secret passageways, and priceless artifacts. Guests are welcome to sit and watch a video full of fun facts regarding the castle and its history. Don’t forget to stop at the gift shop for some souvenirs to preserve the trip’s memories.

Explore the famous Thousand Islands by taking a cruise on the St. Lawrence River with Uncle Sam Boat Tours. There are a variety of regularly scheduled sightseeing, luncheon, and dinner cruises including the Sip ‘n Sail, the Craft Beer and Wine Tour, and the popular Two Nation Tour, a narrated international tour offering historic and scenic wonders in American and Canadian waters. Whichever tour you take, there is an optional stop at the world famous Boldt Castle.

Climb aboard the Muskie and enjoy a ½ day drift fishing or a full day drift fishing or trolling trip with Classic Island Cruises. Guests are welcome to bring their own snacks for lunch or enjoy a shore dinner if participating in a full day fishing trip. In addition to fishing trips, personalized tours may be arranged, and wine and cheese cruises are also available.

Explore Thousand Islands Seaway Wine Trail, which features seven unique wineries, namely Busted Grapes Winery®, The Cape Winery, Coyote Moon Vineyards®, Northern Flow Vineyards, Thousand Islands Winery®, White Caps Winery, and Venditti Vineyards. Each winery has a distinctive personality and offers wines to please every palate. Check the winery websites for upcoming special events, such as firework displays, concerts, and festivals.

Visit Clayton Distillery, the first farm-based micro-distillery in the area, where all products are locally produced and hand crafted. The distillery currently produces vodka, mixed berry vodka, gin, barrel aged gin, un-aged corn whiskey (moonshine), limoncello, orangecello, strawberry rhubarb liqueur, maple strawberry liqueur, raspberry liqueur, bourbon, maple whiskey and more. Products are available to be tasted and purchased.

Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel & Finger Lakes Wine Country
  • 104 room resort hotel on shores of Seneca Lake
  • Walking distance to State Parks
  • Seneca Lake Wine Trail (30+ vineyards)
  • Breweries & distilleries
  • Agritourism -Finger Lakes Cheese Alliance (trail of dairy farms), Farm Sanctuary, Painted Barn Stables
  • Marina access
  • Scenic & dining cruises
  • Water sports -scuba, kayaks, paddle boards, boat rentals, sailing
  • Charter fishing
  • Watkins Glen International- 104 room resort hotel on shores of Seneca Lake
  • Walking distance to State Parks
  • Seneca Lake Wine Trail (30+ vineyards)
  • Breweries & distilleries
  • Agritourism -Finger Lakes Cheese Alliance (trail of dairy farms), Farm Sanctuary, Painted Barn Stables
  • Marina access
  • Scenic & dining cruises
  • Water sports -scuba, kayaks, paddle boards, boat rentals, sailing
  • Charter fishing
  • Watkins Glen International – NASCAR’s annual GO BOWLING Race

New York’s Finger Lakes region is home to more than 120 wineries, breweries and distilleries centered around Keuka, Seneca, and Cayuga Lakes. Specializing in aromatic white varieties like Riesling and Gewurztraminer, as well as cool-climate reds like Cabernet Franc and Pinot Noir, the region has a unique microclimate with agriculturally-rich, sloping hillsides that help make the region’s wines world-class, not to mention the talented growers and winemakers, who carefully cultivate the land and grapes to create award-winning wines.

Sample Finger Lake wines by following the Seneca Lake Wine Trail with its 34 wineries offering tastings of such locally produced wines as Riesling, Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir, and other notable varieties. Also dotting the remarkable landscape are craft breweries and distilleries where the public may sip and savor the area’s local flavors.

Discover the beauty and charm of Seneca Lake aboard one of Captain Bill’s magnificent vessels. Enjoy a unique dining experience on the Seneca Legacy or an informative and educational sightseeing excursion on the Stroller IV. No matter which one you choose you will be captivated by the sights and sounds of beautiful Seneca Lake as can only be experienced from the water.

Experience breathtaking natural beauty while exploring one of New York state’s treasures, Watkins Glen State Park. The dramatic landscape features water sculpted rock and paths that wind over and under some of the 19 cascading waterfalls and through the spray of Cavern Cascade. The park recently underwent a $6.5 million renovation including a new welcome center, small outdoor amphitheater, improved educational displays, and new viewing areas.

Visit rescued farm animals at the Farm Sanctuary, one of just three such unique properties in the United States. Animal lovers will appreciate the opportunity to explore this 271-acre shelter home to more than 500 rescued pigs, cows, and other domesticated animals, hear the animals’ stories, learn about their rescue, and interact with many of the residents in their new home!

Come spend a day at Reisinger’s Apple Orchards picking apples and raspberries. There are nearly 50 acres of orchards, fields, and meadows for you to stroll through, complete with educational displays and numerous picnic areas. Seasonal fruits, apple butter, jams, jellies, cider, and maple syrup are available for purchase as are our ever-popular homemade apple cider donuts (on weekends only).

The Corning Museum of Glass is dedicated to highlighting the beauty and versatility of glass. It welcomes nearly half a million visitors annually and is home to the country’s most astounding collection of glass artwork, dishware and light fixtures, among other things. Watch glass take shape during a live glass blowing demonstration or find a unique gift in one of the country’s largest museum shops

“The Rockwell Museum tells the story of the American experience through fine art.” It showcases works of great American artists such as Andy Warhol, Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Moran and Frederic Remington, and positions them with other objects to provide a unique perspective of culture and history, of interest to people of all ages. A schedule of rotating exhibits is available on the website.

Road racing came to Watkins Glen in 1948 with the amateur road race to be called the “Watkins Glen Grand Prix”. You can still drive a self-guided tour of the original circuit through the Village of Watkins Glen and reach the finish line. Along the way you will see placards indicating circuit landmarks. In 1956 the decision was made to build a permanent road course, and the 9th Watkins Glen Grand Prix would be held on an all-new track.

In addition to being a spectator, you can choose to “Drive The Glen!” Find out what it feels like to drive this storied road course while piloting your personal vehicle around the 3.45-mile Grand Prix circuit, paced by an official WGI pace car.

Chautauqua Harbor Hotel & Chautauqua County
  • AAA Four Diamond Accreditation Pending
  • 135 room resort hotel on shores of Chautauqua Lake
  • Picturesque year round vacation destination with something for everyone.
  • Outdoor recreation and watersports on five lakes including the Lake Erie shoreline.
  • World-class arts and cultural attractions.
  • Lake Erie Wine Trail, offering 30,000 contiguous acres of fragrant vineyards
  • In winter, abundant snows for snowmobiling, alpine and cross-country skiing.

Chautauqua County: Outdoor & Cultural Attractions

Our hotel is located on the former site of Celoron Amusement Park. From 1894-1962, this iconic destination welcomed generations of visitors who came for its grand structures, exciting amusements, and entertainment. Today, Chautauqua Harbor Hotel continues the tradition of bringing friends and family together and pays homage to the site’s history with historic photos exhibited in the lobby and aptly named Carousel Bar.

Enjoy a wonderful narrated historical tour of the Chautauqua Lake area aboard the Chautauqua Belle. The Belle is one of only five operating steamboats remaining in North America and is one of the most photographed and well-known icons in Western New York. Your 1 hour and 30-minute experience can be enjoyed on either the Historical Cruise or the Cocktail Cruise.

Tour the grounds of the venerable Chautauqua Institution, dedicated to the exploration of the best in human values and the enrichment of life through a program that explores the important religious, social and political issues of our times. On the shores of Chautauqua Lake, the community comes alive each summer with a variety of fine and performing arts, lectures, interfaith worship and programs, and recreational activities.

The nonprofit education center was founded on the belief that everyone “has a right to be all that he can be —to know all that he can know.” Enhanced learning opportunities for adults and youth are available in music, the arts, religion, and recreation. The community is committed to promoting excellence and creativity in the appreciation, performance, and teaching of these programs as part of the Chautauqua experience.

Take a tour of the new National Comedy Center, the first state-of-the-art museum dedicated to telling the vital story of comedy in America. Named Best New Museum 2020 by USA Today, the museum celebrates comedy’s great minds and unique voices, from Charlie Chaplin to Dave Chappelle. More than 50 TOUCH-FREE immersive exhibits with cutting-edge technology keep comedy lovers of all ages laughing throughout their visit.

Honor the legacy of Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, and the beloved TV show “I Love Lucy” by visiting the Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum in Jamestown, Lucy’s hometown. Fans of all ages will enjoy the fun costumes, photographs, memorabilia and awards on display. The exhibits are always changing, so even if you have visited the museum before, a new experience always awaits you!

Explore the #1-ranked hiking trail in New York state with towering rocks, deep crevices, passageways, and small caves. The one-mile loop trail can be navigated by anyone who is able to walk on uneven ground. More experienced hikers can choose to venture off-trail at their own risk. Panama Rocks offers beautiful scenery perfect for picture taking. Visitors to Panama Rocks can also try their hand at axe throwing and depending on the time of year, enjoy the Wild America Nature Festival.

Enjoy golfing at one of Chautauqua’s two public golf courses. The Lake Course and the Hill Course both offer scenic golfing. There are 13 other courses close to Chautauqua, 11 of which are public. These public courses include Bemus Point Golf Club & Tap House which opened in 1893 and is the oldest golf course in the area, Peek’n Peak Resort which is the longest course in the area, and Sugar Hill Golf Course which is the best rated course near Chautauqua.


Portland Harbor Hotel in the Old Port District

Map Pittsburgh to Portland, Maine
  • 100 room luxury hotel in Portland’s Old Port District
  • Portland International Airport (PWM)
    • 1001 westbrook St., Portland, ME 04102
    • 6.5 miles to hotel / 13 min. drive
  • Valet Parking
  • Complimentary bicycles
  • Walking distance to waterfront, shops and restaurants
  • Chef driven restaurant -Bluefin North Atlantic Seafood
  • Whale watch & nature cruises
  • Sunset sail on Casco Bay
  • History, art & culture

Wander the Old Port District and be transported back in history while experiencing the cobblestone streets, 19th-century brick buildings, fishing piers, and view of Fore River. The many boutiques, restaurants, bars, and nighttime entertainment make this a popular destination for modern-day tourists. Whether you are interested in the creations by local artisans, delicious seafood, or a cruise on Casco Bay, a visit to the Old Port District is not to be missed.

Tour Maine’s most beautiful lighthouses and see for yourself why Maine is famous for its scenic coastline and magnificent lighthouses. Portland has six lighthouses within 20 minutes of the city, including Portland Head Light, one of the most photographed lighthouses in all of Maine. Discover Maine’s maritime history on your own or book a tour with one of the area’s knowledgeable tour guides.

Explore Portland Museum of Art’s many exhibits, collections and popular sculpture park, which hosts special events, live music, family activities, and more. There are activities and amenities for families of all sizes, including family museum guides, gallery activities, and a variety of kid-centric events. Collections of artists such as Tim Rollins & K.O.S., Jeffrey Gibson, Kara Walker, Daniel Minter, Theresa Secord, and Clifford Ross can be viewed and enjoyed.

Shop among Portland’s many independent boutiques. Cool as a Moose on Fore Street has fun Maine apparel and souvenirs, Lisa-Marie’s Made in Maine on Exchange Street sells locally made (and often handcrafted) goods, Old Port Candy Co. on Fore Street has a dozen flavors of fudge and an array of chocolates including peanut butter, sea salt, and bacon, and Farmers’ Annex on Commercial Street sells the “World’s Best Cheddar” among other fine cheeses. And this is just a sampling!


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