Jogues is named for Father Isaac Jogues, a French Jesuit Missionary who worked towards peace in the Mohawk Valley. This suite provides guests with bright and soothing décor. A partial view, split between the Inn’s Courtyard Terrace and Lake George, is found at the bedside. A fireplace rests at the foot of the bed, providing guests with a charming source of comfort. The bath is very well appointed, complete with an oval jacuzzi tub.
The Jogues Suite is a Partial View King Suite, located on the 2nd floor of the Inn at Erlowest. Guests may enter the suite by taking the stairs or the elevator, but navigating a hallway is necessary to access the room. Entryway spacing is somewhat tight, as the Jogues’ door is located right next to the door to the Erlowest Suite.
A loveseat is located beside the window immediately upon entry, with the king bed located right across from it. The suite also contains a small closet (with an iron, ironing board, and safe), a chest of drawers, a dresser, a flat-screen cable television and DVD player, a mini-fridge with a handled ice bucket, a fireplace, an in-room telephone, a smoke detector (with visual and audio aids), and a CO2 detector (with audio aid).
A small ensuite is located off this main area, with a towel rack, a garbage can, a sink, a mirror, a toilet (with portable grab bars available upon request), a garbage can, and a jetted tub-shower combination (with small portable steps and a portable shower seat available upon request).
The quaint size of the suite and ensuite may make for narrow room navigation.
Also provided for guests of the Jogues Suite are complimentary splits of Prosecco upon check-in, one reserved parking space, wifi connectivity, and a farm-fresh breakfast each morning of their stay.