Through its tenured membership and active participation in the Chamber of Commerce and the community, Woodcliff Hotel and Spa has earned the title of the Fairport-Perinton Chamber of Commerce’s May Business of the Month.
“The Woodcliff Hotel and Spa has enjoyed its membership with the Chamber of Commerce through reciprocal relationships. The Chamber comes to Woodcliff for events and we take part in Chamber events,” stated the Regional Director of Operations Fred Grabosky.
The hotel and spa has served this community and guests from around the world for over 30 years, as one of Monroe County’s upscale hotels. The luxurious hotel features spectacular views from the highest-land point in the county. From the resort, guests can see a stunning 30-mile horizon.

Guests have the option of staying in a deluxe king or double queen room or one of 12 uniquely themed designer suites. Woodcliff features meeting rooms that accommodate 15 to 50 guests, and the conference center holds up to 250 people with flexibility for conferences to wedding receptions. The new magnificent tent holds 100 to over 500 guests and is ideal for trade shows, entertainment, awards dinners and wedding receptions.
Aside from lodging, Woodcliff offers a wide array of services, including a nine-hole regulation golf course, a full-service health club, gym, sauna, hot tub and an indoor and outdoor pool. Horizons restaurant offers local dishes. Woodcliff’s pastry chef creates custom wedding cakes for clients’ special days. The hotel is also home to Spa Elan, a highly regarded full-service spa. Services include manicures, pedicures, facial scrubs, massage treatments, hair and makeup, by appointment.
Woodcliff are also community-oriented as well. Woodcliff has membership in the Fairport-Perinton, Pittsford-Victor, and Canandaigua Chambers of Commerce, and frequently participates in the Pittsford and Fairport Tastings events. Annually, Woodcliff participates in the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge. Woodcliff leadership works closely with local hospitality colleges, Rochester Hotel Association, Visit Rochester, community leaders and Lollypop Farm Rotary. “Woodcliff’s active community involvement brings strength to the Chamber too, through their diverse experiences,” sadi Kellie Wright from the Chamber Membership Committee.