Since we first opened the doors to The Roxbury Motel in 2004, the consistent message we have learned from our guests – and from following our own passions – is that there is no such thing as too over-the-top. The goal is to shy away from the typical modern hotel minimalism into a sort of maximalism, throwing the usual boutique clichés out the window. As long as cleanliness and comfort are never neglected and there is always a nod to elegance and quality, we have learned that, like us, most people are hungry for something different. Something unique.
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The mountains, streams, lakes, and valleys of the Catskills contain a virtual plethora of both outdoor and indoor activities and attractions. Whether you enjoy skiing and snowboarding, fishing, golfing, hiking, biking, swimming, ziplining, distillery tours, kayaking, tubing, shopping, antiquing, auctioning, museum-hopping, train-riding, horseback riding or just relaxing in a tranquil setting, the Catskills are being re-discovered as one of the country’s premiere four-season retreats.
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In 1959 Bonnie and Gary Hinkley, local Roxbury residents with a family history in the area dating back many generations, opened the Plattekill Ski center which brought a renewed surge in tourism. To help serve skiers discovering the beauty of Roxbury for the first time and to the fill the void left by the demolition of the Roxbury Hotel, the Hinkley’ s in 1963 built the Roxbury Motor Lodge.