This Charming City in Upstate New York Is Home to Quirky Museums, Historic Inns, and Natural Mineral Springs

Saratoga Springs Hotels

Saratoga’s hotel scene may have waxed and waned over the years, but historic properties abound today. The luxe Adelphi Hotel is undoubtedly the town’s grande dame, with a prime location on Broadway and four restaurants. In Saratoga Spa State Park, the Gideon Putnam upholds Saratoga’s resort tradition — and is the site of the Roosevelt Baths & Spa. 

Then there’s a seemingly endless number of inns and bed-and-breakfasts. The Batcheller Mansion Inn is, as its name suggests, housed in a Victorian-era mansion, while the Inn at Saratoga is the longest continuously operating lodging in town; it opened its doors in 1843. For an upscale boutique stay, there’s the Saratoga Arms, a family-run property in downtown Saratoga built in 1870. Other popular B&Bs include Springwater Bed & BreakfastAnne’s Washington InnSaratoga FarmsteadCircular Manor, the Brunswick at Saratoga, and Union Gables Inn.

For something more modern, try Saratoga’s two motels: the Bluebird Spa City Motor Lodge on Broadway and the Brentwood Hotel, just five minutes outside of town. And if you’re a points chaser, don’t worry — Saratoga has plenty of chain hotels, so it’s easy to earn and redeem points here, too.

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