Brooklyn-based watercolor artist Happy Menocal is behind the vibrant watercolor illustrations at Hotel Kinsley, including the mural above the open restaurant kitchen. Each of the four crest segments represents one of our four buildings. Custom hallway carpeting for each building was designed using the respective crest element–checkerboard in 301 Wall, lightning bolt in 41 Pearl, green leaf in 270 Fair and scallop in 24 John.
A spirited escape.
Hotel Kinsley is a collection of four architecturally distinct and restored 17th to 19th century buildings–filled with inspired designs and reimagined for the modern day traveler.
301 Wall St - Lobby Vault Check In
41 Pearl St - Luxury King Bathroom
24 John St - Standard Queen Guest Room
270 Fair St - Standard King Guest Room
41 Pearl St - Luxury King Guest Room
Hotel Kinsley is a 42-room hotel, restaurant and cocktail bar located in the historic enclave of Kingston, NY–between the foothills of the Catskill Mountains and the banks of the Hudson River. Spread across four historic buildings, each with their own unique personality and charm, we offer a retreat for design-loving travelers looking for a relaxing or adventurous escape.
Restaurant & Bar
Located at 301 Wall St, the Restaurant is a light-filled oasis featuring a seasonal, New American menu. Comfortable leather banquettes, eclectic art and books, and a warm atmosphere make you want to linger. Now open six days a week, we’re here for socializing with friends, business meetings or working solo from your table (complimentary WiFi included). Don’t miss sipping a Kinsley Martini in our wood paneled cocktail bar.
Lunch: Tuesday – Friday, 11am-3pm
Brunch: Saturday – Sunday, 11am-3pm
Dinner: Tuesday – Sunday, 5pm-9pm (until 10pm Fri – Sat)
24 John St
Our fourth and final building is now open for reservations. Converted from a European style cottage predating the Revolutionary War, 24 John St features seven charming rooms–from a spacious King Suite with a soaking tub, living area and fireplace to a charming loft room with exposed beams and stone walls.
Hotel Kinsley’s central location makes it a great home base for exploring the region’s hiking trails, local farms, breweries and much more. But don’t miss exploring the city of Kingston. Rich with history, architecture and a thriving arts scene that is fueling a new wave of revitalization, Kingston has three distinct neighborhoods–the historic Uptown (Stockade) district, the Midtown arts district and the Downtown (Rondout) waterfront area. We encourage you to visit them all!