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 & Breakfast, Anne’s Washington Inn, Saratoga Farmstead, Circular 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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