The park’s most upscale lodging, this creamy-yellow National Historic Landmark channels the Downton Abbey spirit: From the elegant sunroom with views of the lake to the fancy cocktails to the live piano music tinkling through the lounge most evenings, you could almost believe you’ve gone back in time to a more genteel era. Built in 1891 and renovated in 2014, the hotel has hung on to its Colonial Revival charm. Rooms are beautifully furnished, with large tile bathrooms; some have a lake view (although you’ll pay more for it). You’ll find older, more standard amenities in the standalone Sandpiper Lodge and cabins, but their proximity to the hotel’s glamorous common spaces makes them a worthy way to save cash without missing out on the scene.