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Bethel Woods - Middletown

 

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Tel:(845)-695-0606

Address: 24 Crystal Run Crossing, Middletown, NY 10941


This spacious and modern hotel is a comfortable stop when you're passing through, or just visiting
Modern Colonial Lobby at the Hampton Inn

 

Hampton Inn

This modern roadside hotel is off interstate 84, 3.8 miles from Downtown Middletown and 18 miles from Woodbury Common Premium Outlets. West Point's riverside military academy is 31.3 miles.

All rooms include free WiFi, minifridges and custom-designed beds, plus both full desks and lap desks (for working on the bed), coffeemakers, microwaves and 37-inch flat-screens with HD channels. Some quarters have living areas with sofabeds.

A free on-site hot breakfast (daily) and weekday breakfast bags (to go) are offered. There's a seasonal heated outdoor pool, plus a gym. Parking is included, while there are 2 meeting rooms available.

Amenities

  • COMLEMENTARY BREAKFAST
  • FREE WI-FI
  • VALET SERVICE
  • SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX
  • COIN LAUNDRY
  • ACCESSIBIBLE ROOMS
  • FITNESS ROOM
  • SWIMMING POOL
  • BUSINESS CENTER
  • CONFERENCE ROOMS
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Rustic and Modern Colonial Lobby
Updated bedrooms give a bright feel to your stay
Rustic and Modern Colonial Lobby and Reception Desk

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Tel:(845)-344-3400

Address: 20 Crystal Run Crossing, Middletown, NY 10941


Relax at the Courtyard Marriott's Indoor Swimming Pool any time of the year

 

Courtyard Marriott

This modern hotel is 2.4 miles from the Orange County Fair Speedway and 4.7 miles from the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame.

Contemporary-styled rooms offer free WiFi, desks, flat-screen TVs, minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers. Suites add separate living areas.

Social spaces include a living room-style lobby and an outdoor courtyard. The American restaurant serves breakfast and dinner as well as all-day drinks. There's also a business center with workstations and printers, and a meeting room. Other amenities include an indoor pool and a whirlpool, an exercise room and free on-site parking.

Amenities

  • ON-SITE STARBUCKS
  • ON-SITE BISTRO
  • SUNDRY/CONVENIENCE STORE
  • FREE WI-FI
  • VALET SERVICE
  • SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX
  • LAUNDRY
  • ACCESSIBIBLE ROOMS
  • FITNESS ROOM
  • INDOOR SWIMMING POOL
  • BUSINESS CENTER

 

Warm and Cozy Courtyard Marriott Lobby
Courtyard Marriott Cafe and Bistro
Courtyard Marriott Breakfast Seating Area

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Center for the Arts & Entertainment

Today, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts continues to recapture the magic of the legendary site it occupies, providing artists the opportunity to perform on its stages and offering guests the occasion to enjoy concerts and festivals in an historic and extraordinarily beautiful setting. Along with expansive space for live performances, the center is complete with a truly unique museum set back on the top of the Woodstock festival hillside.

The Woodstock Music & Art Fair—informally, the Woodstock Festival or simply Woodstock—was a music festival attracting an audience of over 400,000 people

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The Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is a not-for-profit performing arts center and museum located at the site of the 1969 Woodstock festival in Bethel, New York, which took place on a parcel of the original Max Yasgur's Dairy Farm.

Concerts

Upcoming in 2016, watch acclaimed artists take the Pavilion Stage including Miranda Lambert, Journey, Jason Aldean, Zac Brown Band and many more. The center also hosts festivals throughout the year like New York’s Music, Culture and Arts Festival Mysteryland, a free family Harvest Festival and Wine and Craft Beer Festivals. There is no better place for a celebration than Bethel Woods’s historic site— come experience the deep-rooted energy of passionate creatives that still resides in the grounds of this one-of-a-kind environment. Along with expansive space for live performances, the center is complete with a truly unique museum set back on the top of the Woodstock festival hillside.


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The Museum

The Museum at Bethel Woods embodies the key ideals of the era it interprets—peace, respect, cooperation, creativity, engagement, and a connection to the planet we live on and all the people who inhabit it. In addition to preserving and interpreting an era, the Museum is actively involved in the local community. Through education, economic development, and historic preservation, it strives to encourage social responsibility among visitors and supporters.

Visit our new semi-permanent exhibit, which will feature vignettes on each of the 32 groups that performed at Woodstock!  From Richie Havens' opening performance to Jimi Hendrix's rousing closing performance, this exhibit will tell the story of each group pre- and post-Woodstock, and how each of the bands left a lasting impact on music and popular culture.

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The Museum at Bethel Woods is an integral part of Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, which inspires people to lead creative and engaged lives through its many concerts, events, festivals, programs, and exhibitions—all on the site of the 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair.

Woodstock

Today, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts continues to recapture the magic of the legendary site it occupies, providing artists the opportunity to perform on its stages and offering guests the occasion to enjoy concerts and festivals in an historic and extraordinarily beautiful setting.


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At Bethel Woods, we seek to inspire, educate, and empower individuals through the arts and humanities.
The Museum embodies the key ideals of the era we interpret—peace, respect, cooperation, creativity, engagement, and a connection to the planet we live on and all the people who inhabit it. In addition to preserving and interpreting an era, the Museum is actively involved in our community—through education, economic development, and historic preservation—to encourage social responsibility among our visitors and supporters and to advocate for issues that make Sullivan County, and the world at large, a better place. To borrow from 1960s ideology, everyone has the power to change the world.
The Plaque commemorating where Woodstock took place
Through our award-winning Main Exhibit—“Woodstock and The Sixties”—varied and engaging special exhibitions, growing collection of artifacts and reference materials, museum programs for children, youth, and adults, and the preserved historic site, the Museum makes the lessons and ideals of The Sixties relevant and accessible today.

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