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Historical Traveler Reviews Pine Tree Point Resort Alexandria Bay
We have been going to Pine Tree Point every year for ten years..Run down, yes, old, yes..but if you like a quiet place thats clean, friendly, beautiful gardens and views.Pine Tree Point is the place to go.
We had a great time at the Pine Tree Point Resort. The accommodations were very nice even though it did rain for a day or two. The staff was very aware of our needs and even remembered our names the following days. The food was always prepared just the way we liked and our waitress told us all about the area. On Friday we had the Seafood Buffet... wow! The crab was out of this world! On Sunday we couldn't have left to go home on a better note, the New Orleans Sunday Brunch is noted for its reputation in that community and now I know why. The Islands of food are unbelievable. Huge belgian waffles, an omelet station that should be center fold gourmet magazine, plus the jazz band! (I really liked the smoked salmon) It was hard to reserve our room so we made our next years reservation prior to leaving.
We had stayed at Pine Point last September and thought we had found our "get away". We previous have stayed at Bonnie Castle, River Edge and Captain Thompsons and thought this place was a nice quiet change and good value for our money.
We stayed here instead of Bonnie Castle and had a very nice stay. The staff was very pleasant and accomodating and we found our rooms comfortable and clean. The victorian decor was the perfect backdrop to our fun photos we took and we enjoyed the parlor and the stone veranda. Yes the dog visited us in the dining room once and was promptly removed. So what doesn't your dog sit in the dining room when you eat at home. I would go back there again and again. Koodos to all who helped our group have such a great stay. We moved 15 people from Bonnie Castle because it was so nasty over there.
I think everybody needs to know the truth. So let me tell you about the Pine Tree Point Resort, First of all, I have worked in the hotel industry for about 6 years so I'm a little firmilar with this business, I have never seen such bad services towards any guest I have ever encountered. Also May I mention I would put my worst enemy up in a place like this. Let me ask everone reading this how would you feel if you walked into a room where you were paying pretty good money so stay in the middle of Aug. which is peak time, and your air conditioner was held to the wall by duck tape? Or, how about breadspreads that were so old that they had wear marks that you could see thru? I really not kidding there are only two words to discribe this so called"Resort" and that would be "TOTAL DUMP". If after reading this you still are even considering checking this place out, this only tells me you have way too much money and don't know what to do with, Send it to me. I use it on my next vacation, far far away from the Pine Tree Point Resort.
After a 20 year absence, we returned to Thousand Islands this past July. we picked the Pine Tree Point Resort, based on its web site and a brochure. PTP is situated on a spot that offers great views of Boldt Castle, and the St Lawrence River.
We were given free accomodations by a friend for an event at the Pine Tree Point Resort recently. Good thing it was free, because I would not have paid the asking price to stay there.
We thought we had done our research on this resort, including the review by "Anonymous, Aug 2001". We chose to write the review off as a case of overreacting due to poor service or a bad meal.
We stayed at the Pine tree point last September and had the best time ever. The hotel is a private residence turned hotel/resort that features great accomodations along with great packages. We stayed two days in a river front room that actually hung over the water ( we fished from our balcony )had two dinners and two breakfast, plus champagne upon arrival for $239 total! The food was really good, we enjoyed our waitress so much that we asked for her when ever we dined. Although the package did not include the hotels Sunday Brunch, after one look we up graded at extra charge and feasted on the most spectacular feast we have ever experienced. Cascades of fresh fruit, home made over sized muffens, a recipee for french toast that was good enough to kep us coming back for seconds, three prime cuts of various meats, one chafing dish after another of hot melt in your mouth speciality dishes, all available while listening to live jazz playing right in the dining room. We liked the location because the property is surrounded by water. After walking through the gounds and garden areas we took a hike into the woods for a nature walk that ended at a peninsula with a breath taking view of a castle that is a local tourist attraction. Each night after dinner we returned to our room to watch the sun set, it lit up our room with a warm orange glow which gave our beautiful room that extra touch. Parking was at times a drag, I guess we were not the only
Do NOT Stay Here
The Pine Tree Point Resort is situated on the St. Lawrence river - a beautiful location. Unfortunately this is the only positive it has to offer. The "resort" itself is run down to the point of bordering on being decrepit. The rooms feature an overpowering moldy odor, peeling paint, and dirty floors. They do not feature soap, fresh towels, working TV. The motels grounds are covered by the owner's dog's feces amid beds of weeds. The staff is surly and unhelpful to put it mildly. Additionally, the building's rotting structure is particularly unsafe for young children. All this for $230/night (includes meals which were ok)