Guests can stay at one of the eleven guestrooms located throughout the territory. The rich history is apparent as many of the rooms still use the original fixtures in stunning brass and chrome. Each room contains rustic furniture and is decorated with original paintings. A warm fireplace and a view of the lake makes any guest feel right at home in these log cabin escapes.
The Boathouse is the most popular room at the Point Resort. This room is open and welcoming, stationed above the boats. The room is positioned in such a way which causes a gentle sway, allowing the guests to enjoy the water on a whole new level. This room contains beamed ceilings, a fireplace, a fully-stocked bar and spacious sitting areas. The Boathouse is available from May through October.
The Mohawk is located off the Great Hall which led to the Rockefellers bedroom itself. This room contains a deep sofa with large windows which let in natural light for most of the day. Perfect for a writer's getaway this room contains a fireplace, a desk, a large closet and a private outdoor space. The bathroom contains a claw foot tub and a waterfall shower.
Also in the Great Hall is the Algonquin. Previously used as Mr. Rockefeller's study, the Algonquin contains warm colored paneled walls and true to its past, is lined with a library of books. With a stone fireplace and a map of Upper Saranac, this room is perfect for the traveling bibliophile. The outdoor space can be accessed by a private door and a short path down to the water's edge.
The Iroquois is a quiet room in the Great Hall. This room contains a fireplace built from field stones carried from the local fields when the location was first built. With a spectacular view of the lake and a path down the cove, this room is the perfect escape. The bathroom contains a waterfall shower and is decorated with charming white tiles.
At the south wing, the Morningside enjoys natural light with the morning sunrise. The fireplace can be enjoyed in the large armchairs and ottoman. The lake view can be enjoyed through the large windows and guests can take advantage of the spacious claw footed bathtub and double shower.
Located on the upper floor, the Sentinel is a perfect room for the traveling adventurer. This room is above the area which was once the stables and offers stunning landscape views. The king-sized bed has a silver birch tree trunk posts, a fireplace and a comfortable reading area. The bathroom is a black and white marble luxury with a double soaking bathtub and a waterfall shower.
For those who enjoy the forest, the Lookout is located in the trees overlooking the water. The room continues the theme with wooded décor and green accents. The French windows look out over a private deck. The fireplace is surrounded by comfortable armchairs and a sofa. With whimsical round doorways to the bathroom and closets, this room is sure to please. The bathroom contains a steam shower for two and double marble sinks.
Located in the depths of the forest, Trappers can be found behind the Pub. This comfortable room is decorated with pine walls and a fireplace made from the smooth stones of the river. The cozy sofa and armchairs allow guests to lounge in comfort in this charming room. The bathroom is also a popular room in the Trappers, with a double soaking tub and double vanity sinks.
Saranac boasts a large fireplace built from stone. This vaulted room contains a spacious king-sized bed and is decorated with fir walls and large comfortable armchairs. An outdoor private patio offers a serene view of the lake and forest. The bathroom contains a spacious bathtub, double showers and windows overlooking the croquet field.
For the special occasion, be it a Honeymoon or anniversary, the Weatherwatch is one of premier rooms at the Point Resort. This room was previously the living room of the Great House. With a huge fireplace, large windows overlooking the lake and a vaulted beamed ceiling, this room is filled to the brim with luxury. Two armchairs, a walk-in closet and a private patio add to the atmosphere of this room. The bathroom contains a tub and shower combination.
Named as Mrs. Rockefeller's favorite room, Evensong stays aglow with natural light. This room contains a fireplace and guests preference of king-sized or twin beds. The windows overlook the picturesque landscape and the room décor harkens to the glamor of the era in which these cabins were first built.