Escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and retreat to a corner of heaven nestled on a quiet street in the heart of Hudson Valley.
Welcome to The Amelia.
A beautifully restored retreat with the heart of a country house, this former Queen Anne-style private residence engages the senses with a modern aesthetic and soothes the soul with unobtrusive service and an ethos of quiet luxury.
Greet the day in your graciously appointed room and enjoy the feeling of blissful disconnection as you take your coffee on the porch, in the English garden or the enveloping comfort of our library. Whether you wish to escape, unwind or recharge, The Amelia awaits you as both a sanctuary from the city, and the perfect jumping-off point to explore the Hudson Valley.
The Amelia offers eight spacious, thoughtfully designed guest rooms and suites, each a sanctum of comfort awash in natural light. From their modern furnishings to their indulgent baths, rooms are richly appointed, yet free of anything extraneous to your wellbeing. Each of these perfectly proportioned rooms is complimented by a large, well-equipped bath.
Oversized windows open to a vista over our garden, pool and beyond, to a stand of forest and the Catskill Mountains on the horizon. You will feel connected to the Hudson Valley landscape from the comfort of your spacious room.
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Located on the most beautiful block in this historic river town, our front-of-house rooms offer natural light and captivating views of the town’s distinguished 19th Century homes and gardens, with a distinctly modern vibe on the inside.
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With soaring ceilings, separate bedrooms and large living rooms, our suites are like your own airy apartment in an upstate retreat. With exposures on two sides, including nature and cityscape views, our suites offer multiple dimensions of luxury and comfort. They include sleeper sofas that can accommodate two more guests, distinctive artwork, and numerous upgraded conveniences, including desks and work spaces, refrigerators and Nespresso machines.
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Matouk bed linens • Frette bath towels • Rainshower • All natural Lockwood New York bath amenities • Hairdryer, iron and ironing board • Free Wi-Fi & Smart TV • Curated library
Nespresso coffee and tea available 24/7 • Ice Machine • Complimentary house made granola and baked goods • Seasonal swimming pool • Elegant common and working spaces • Outdoor decks and porches •
Outdoor fire pit • Garden
Surrounded by roses, hydrangeas and bluebells, our pool is designed to give you a relaxing afternoon. The decks are furnished with various lounge chairs and coffee tables so that everyone has ample space to enjoy.
The Amelia promotes arts and culture, in keeping with the diversity and creativity of Hudson. We host musical concerts, book readings and wellness retreats, and we promote local visual artists and their work. Please sign up for our newsletter to be informed of our future events.
Author, Laurie Stone, joined by Daisy Alioto, CEO of Dirt Media.
Following her reading Laurie, will be joined by Daisy Alioto, the co-founder and CEO of Dirt Media, in conversation about their work, feminism now, and their various collaborations over the years and across their generations.
New York Times staff writer Eric Kim talks about his new cookbook July 9th
Best-selling cookbook author Eric Kim will join us in Hudson to discuss Korean American: Food That Tastes Like Home, a bold homage to the intersection between Korean and American identities. Packed with tantalizing recipes and personal essays on growing up in Georgia as the son of Korean immigrants, Korean American is a deeply special cookbook.
Novelist and graphic novelist Mira Jacob
This weekend event is presented by the Asian American Writers’ Workshop and The Amelia Hudson.
Good Talk, currently in development for television with Film 44, is an intimate, hilarious, and often heart-breaking memoir, that vividly explores interracial families and friendships, presenting a love letter to difficult conversations.
Following her reading, Mira will be joined in conversation by Jafreen Uddin, Executive Director of the Asian American Writers’ Workshop, to discuss writing through vulnerability, and having tough conversations with family members.
Event Postponed. Date to be announced.
Saturday Literary Series with AAWW
The Amelia and the Asian American Writers’ Workshop are presenting a literary series featuring up and coming as well as established writers. During the events, writers will read to and discuss their works with the audience.
Upcoming writers are:
Jennifer 8 Lee – December 10th – Event details
Mira Jacob – TBA
The series is open to the public and we will announce the dates soon.