People came to Grossinger's to enjoy great kosher dining, terrific entertainment, friendly service, and magnificent facilities in the Catskills.
The Hotel Pics
Call it the Catskills, the Mountains, or the Borscht Belt, it was in the town of Liberty where Grossinger's began. Selig and Malke Grossinger began the hotel as a boarding house in 1916, serving a handful of guests for the first year. Thanks to Malke's kosher kitchen, the operation grew to a larger house on 100 acres. Grossinger's popularity continued to grow as word of mouth spread and New Yorkers discovered the hotel as a cooler destination in the summertime. Amenities and facilities continued to grow, and Grossinger's became a year-round leisure spot, featuring bountiful and kosher dining, superb entertainment, outstanding facilities and a friendly, personable manner about it. With superstar hotelier Jennie Grossinger at the helm, Grossinger's Resort Hotel boasted more than 150,000 guests per year, and facilities including 35 buildings, an airfield, its own post office, 27 holes of golf, indoor pool and indoor ice rink, ski and toboggan slopes, and its famous stage where dozens of famed performers entertained.
aerial

aerial

barn

barn

building

building

clubhouse

clubhouse

dining room

dining room

dining

dining

exterior

exterior

golf

golf

great dining

great dining

horseback riding

horseback riding

indoor pool

indoor pool

lake

lake

lake

lake

magnificent pool

magnificent pool

mountain views

mountain views

poolside

poolside

shows

shows

skating

skating

skiing

skiing

sledding

sledding

slope

slope

sun room

sun room

tobogganing

tobogganing

views

views

winter leisure

winter leisure

Olympic-size pool

Olympic-size pool