Ogdensburg, N.Y., inn joins Choice's Ascend Collection

The Inn at Gran View Ogdensburg in Ogdensburg, N.Y. Photo credit: Choice Hotels International

The Inn at Gran View Ogdensburg in Ogdensburg, N.Y., is the latest hotel to join the Ascend Hotel Collection portfolio by Choice Hotels International. The 46-room family owned and operated hotel sits in a country setting minutes from the 1,000 Islands, and a short drive from both Ottawa and Montreal, Canada.

The Inn at Gran View Ogdensburg was opened by the Williams family in 1957. The hotel offers access to local attractions like the Frederick Remington Art Museum, Chippewa Bay, Thousand Islands and Boldt Castle.

The Inn at Gran View Ogdensburg offers amenities including:

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  • The Gran View Restaurant, featuring locally inspired cuisine
  • Max's Outlook, a recently added outdoor deck offering views of the St. Lawrence river
  • Complimentary continental breakfast
  • Large riverside swimming pool with shuffle board area and lawn games
  • Fully equipped fitness room
  • Guest laundry center
  • Two private meeting rooms and a large ballroom for weddings and formal dinners

The Ascend Hotel Collection is a global portfolio of boutique, and historic independent hotels and resorts, and is part of Choice Hotels International. The Ascend Hotel Collection has more than 200 properties open and operating worldwide, including in France, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Turkey, Australia, Canada, Ecuador and the Caribbean region.

The Inn at Gran View Ogdensburg participates in the Choice Privileges loyalty rewards program.

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