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Abandoned hotels in upstate New York
It may be hard to believe, but Marisa Scheinfeld's haunted hotel photos were once glamourous resorts for middle-class East Coast families. These upstate New York hotels reside in an area known as the Borscht Belt, and was commonly known for attracting Jewish guests who were unwelcome at other hotels. The Borscht Belt was in its prime in the 1960s, with the Jerry Lewis Theater Club at Brown's, meals at Grossinger's and a ski chalet at the Nevele as just a few of the places to go.
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Palms Country Club

South Fallsburg, New York. 2013 

(Marisa Scheinfeld)

Lower Lobby, The Pines Hotel

South Fallsburg, New York. 2012

(Marisa Scheinfeld)

Dining Room, The Pines

South Fallsburg, New York. 2012

(Marisa Scheinfeld)

Persian Room, The Pines

South Fallsburg, New York. 2012

(Marisa Scheinfeld)

Indoor Pool, Grossinger’s Catskill Resort and Hotel

Liberty, New York. 2011 

(Marisa Scheinfeld)

Coffee Shop, Grossinger’s Catskill Resort and Hotel

Liberty, New York. 2011 

(Marisa Scheinfeld)

Outdoor Pool, Nevele Grande Hotel

Ellenville, New York. 2013

(Marisa Scheinfeld)

Wedgewood Room, The Pines Hotel

South Fallsburg, New York. 2011

(Marisa Scheinfeld)

Guest Room, Grossinger’s Catskill Resort and Hotel

Liberty, New York. 2013

(Marisa Scheinfeld)

Guest Room, Tamarack Lodge

Greenfield Park, New York. 2014

(Marisa Scheinfeld)

Abandoned hotels in upstate New York

It may be hard to believe, but Marisa Scheinfeld's haunted hotel photos were once glamourous resorts for middle-class East Coast families. These upstate New York hotels reside in an area known as the Borscht Belt, and was commonly known for attracting Jewish guests who were unwelcome at other hotels. The Borscht Belt was in its prime in the 1960s, with the Jerry Lewis Theater Club at Brown's, meals at Grossinger's and a ski chalet at the Nevele as just a few of the places to go.

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