Modern Hotel Amenities in the Historic Hudson River Valley

voco® James Newbury Hudson Valley offers inviting amenities to help you enjoy moments to relax during your stay.  Enjoy our on-site Fitness Center, or explore the Hudson waterfront.  Walk to downtown Coxsackie for shopping and dining, or take a day trip and visit all the nearby historical and recreational activities the Hudson Valley has to offer.

Fitness Center

Open 6 AM – 9 PM

Access inside the Electric Light Station at 52 S. River – rear entrance, or from the hotel lobby use the second floor walkway.

Lobby Marketplace

Available in the lobby, a variety of hotel merch including logo hats and apparel as well as candles and other gift items.

Outdoor Activities

Start your day by kayaking or canoeing to explore our waterfront Hudson River property.  Take the kids to the adjacent playground at Coxsackie Riverside Park, or sit by the river to watch the boats go by.  End the day toasting marshmallows at one of the bank-side firepits.

Area Attractions

The voco® James Newbury Hudson Valley is situated right on the Hudson River in an old shipping port, now a lovely park. You can paddle a kayak one minute and stroll downtown historic Reed Street the next. Recreation, shopping and dining options abound right around the corner in the village of Coxsackie.

If you’re looking to explore, the famous Hudson River School painting movement was born in Greene County and there are several nearby historic sites to visit. Hike the trails of Rip Van Winkle, visit a lighthouse, or sip a craft brew. The charm and beauty of this region enthrall visitors from all over the world. Make voco® James Newbury Hudson Valley your starting point to reconnect with history, nature, and fun!

The Nicest Little Ferry

The Hudson Ferry Co. is a seasonal cross-river ferry open May – September that connects communities in the Hudson, NY area. They offer ferry service from Hudson to Athens, thematic sightseeing tours, and private charters.

Their flagship vessel is the M/V Haendel, a 45’ steel-hulled boat constructed by the Army Corp of Engineers in 1965. They also provide service on the Schooner Apollonia, a 64’ carbon-neutral sailboat.

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