New local lodging caters to the well-heeled

The local hospitality industry in Ulster County continues to evolve toward being a higher-end business. Visitors seeking a more balanced and considered lifestyle seem willing to pay for a greater variety of experience. Airbnb and its ilk are only part of the change.

Perhaps coincidentally, Labor Day week seems to have brought about an explosion of activity — at least in terms of announcements. Three upscale hotels have invested — I’d guess more than $20 million — in the past year on three significant projects geared toward the upper end of the hospitality market. With two IDA hospitality projects in the . . .

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