Grossingers is one of America's most revered resort hotels with beginnings from 1916 to its closing in 1986.
Grossinger's Resort Hotel in the Catskills will always have a part in the history of America. Located in Liberty, New York, the hotel started modestly in 1916 and grew to be one of the most famous resorts in the world, thanks to the iconic owner and hotelier Jennie Grossinger. Her personality, perspicacity and business acumen
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grew the hotel from humble beginnings to a world-renowned destination for singles, families, celebrities, politicians, and even royalty. Its adherence to Kosher Laws, generous portions and specialty dishes made Grossinger's dining well celebrated.

Famous persons found Grossinger's a welcoming resort for relaxation. Athletes escaped the distractions of the big cities, and boxers trained at Grossinger's, taking advantage of the cool, mountain air. Singles found the hotel an excellent venue for mingling and socializing. Politicians sought out the ready-made crowd. Families found the resort ideal for summer-long leisure. And entertainers cut their teeth and sharpened their skills on the Grossinger stage.

Grossinger's featured a wide variety of resort facilities, including an Olympic-sized swimming pool and indoor swimming pool for cooler months. The Grossinger Resort Hotel was a year-round destination for all who enjoyed physical activity or simple quiet relaxation.
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In the summer, guests could enjoy horseback riding or 27 holes of golf. Groups played baseball or softball on the baseball diamond. Inside, the entertainment stage hosted as many as 1,500 guests. In the winter, guests enjoyed ice skating indoors and outdoors. Also, skiing and tobogganing. logo4