Looking for a place to stay in Saratoga Springs? Then look no further than The Inn at Saratoga, a historic hotel that brings the best of Saratoga Springs to your doorstep.
Rooms at The Inn At Saratoga Hotel offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
Free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to The Inn at Saratoga, free parking is available.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Humphrey S Finney Sales Pavilion (1.1 km) and The Lodge (2.5 km), guests of The Inn At Saratoga Hotel can easily experience some of Saratoga Springs' most well known attractions.
If you’re looking for an Indian restaurant, consider a visit to Karavalli - Regional Cuisine of India or Little India, which are all conveniently located a short distance from The Inn At Saratoga Hotel.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Congress Park (0.3 km), which is a popular Saratoga Springs attraction – and it is conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at The Inn at Saratoga as you experience everything Saratoga Springs has to offer.
Great place to stay in Saratoga! Easy walk to restaurants and shops. We stay here often and always enjoy it. Good breakfast buffet even during Covid. Old fashion charm - large rooms. Music in hotel bar Wed. and Fri. nights.
We stayed for one night. It is a beautiful historic hotel. The rooms were very nice and clean. The hotel has a bar/restaurant downstairs and had live music. The complimentary breakfast was fantastic, with a variety of hot and cold options.
This was our 4th stay at the Inn. The rooms are all reasonably priced, except during the racing season when the price of every hotel skyrockets. Some people may find the furnishings old fashioned, but they're very comfortable, especially the beds. We were upgraded to the king suite, which was enormous. All this and breakfast is included, too. The bar is a great place to hang out regardless of the time of day. The staff is very attentive. We'll keep coming back. I can't think of a better recommendation than that.
Historic ambience abounds here with traditional charm. Comfortable updates and amenities. The Inn is reminiscent of small hotels found in the UK with cozy public rooms filled with dark wood furniture, old mirrors, and gilt-framed art. The bedrooms have dark carved wood bedframes and dressers, traditional wallpaper, but modern bathrooms. We've stayed several times. During our most recent we visit we also had dinner, which was solidly executed though not adventuresome. Breakfast was very good with hot dishes such as potatoes and breakfast sandwiches presented with pandemic safety in mind. Also available was delicious house-made granola. Non-dairy almond milk was an option. The baked goods are house-made and tasty. Peanut butter cookies, chilled water, and hot beverages are available for guests throughout the day. The Inn is not glossy, but we think it's a great value and offers a comfortable, enjoyable stay.…
So despite the hotel being advertised as having air conditioning, they definitely do not. When we asked about it we were told, “not until May” in which case they should have specified that here so we could make an informed decision in picking a hotel. As someone with severe allergies, and the fact that our room was located right next to the very loud street, opening a window was not an option to cool down. Worst night of sleep in a long time. As for COVID precautions, I guess the rules are different in NY because there was no sort of questionnaire or screening when checking in. Additionally wearing a mask inside the hotel was not enforced. When we were checking out we crossed multiple people on our floor in the hallway, none of whom were wearing masks. If you are not fully vaccinated, this is not somewhere you can safely stay. We tried to discuss our issues with front desk (who didn’t even ask us how our stay was) and the man shrugged it off.…