Finding an ideal budget friendly motel in Saratoga Springs does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Top Hill Motel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Nearby landmarks such as The Lodge (2.4 km) and Humphrey S Finney Sales Pavilion (4.1 km) make Top Hill Motel a great place to stay when visiting Saratoga Springs.
Top Hill Motel offers guests an array of room amenities including a refrigerator and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The motel offers 24 hour front desk and express check-in and check-out, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
If you’re looking for a steakhouse, consider a visit to Salt & Char or Morton's the Steakhouse, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Top Hill Motel.
Should time allow, Saratoga Spa State Park is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.
Top Hill Motel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Saratoga Springs.
Luckily, and thanks to Trip Advisor and the many helpful reviewers out there, my husband was spared 2 nights at this motel on a business trip. Unfortunately, they called him to get his credit card number 2 weeks before his scheduled arrival. Now that we are trying to cancel his reservation they are giving us a run around and saying that they can't cancel it but that we have to cancel it the way it was booked. Since it was through my husband's work and a travel agent did the reservation, we don't even know how it was booked and they wouldn't even try to look it up for us. The employee I talked to reminds me of some of the employees on Hotel Impossible, where the guy trying to help the hotel succeed has to say, "You just aren't supposed to treat customers like that! No wonder your hotel is failing." I would not spend a penny on this dump and beware, don't give them your credit card number. There's a lot of towns a short distance away from Saratoga Springs if the price of the other hotels in the area are scary. Clifton Park is close and has affordable hotels.…
I stayed here just one night and it was horrible. The blankets on the bed were dirty (had to strip them off) and smelled weird, There was mold in the tub, the bathroom had a terrible mildew oder and the shower walls hadn't been washed in quite some time. I have been cleaning homes for many years and would never rent this room to anyone. Good luck. Never Again
My family and a friend were visiting Saratoga last minute for an Imagine Dragons concert. When we arrived, I was okay with the fact that it was a motel, because it was a cheap option. But trust me, this place is not JUST a motel. When we walked into the lobby, the owner was sitting there and was incredibly unjust. He said NO KIDDIES ALLOWED IN POOL!! Surprised, I looked at the jailroom pool. Never mind, it looked like a sewer! When I walked into the room, I wanted to cry. The door was covered in muddy fingerprints, the rug was wet with mildew, and there were hideous “paintings” and granny bed spreads with a yellow pee stain. Bed was hard and pillows were lumpy. No alarm clock. There was TV, Microwave, and Fridge, so I will give them that. Mirror was splattered, and the air conditioner was so so loud. The shower and toilet were old, and the bathroom mirror was decayed. No wash clothes or cups, just a cheap hand towel. In other words, the place is a dump. Camping would be better. Not worth any of my pennies, not exaggerating, just trying to share the horror with others. Just one more thing to add, there was a massive bug in the middle of the night crawling around biting my friend and I. We woke up with huge welts that swelled and were extremely painful. We barely made it to the hospital in time, I am praying that we’ll make it out alive in time to see my brother graduate. Bless. …
We stayed at the Tophil Motel for 2 nights during Americade (in Lake George nearby). The room looked freshly painted, bathroom renovated, all very clean and fresh. The fridge had a broken handle but worked and was clean, and that's what counts. Owners were very friendly and welcoming.
As someone has already said, this is a no frills motel, especially after Labor Day. Main problem is that the air conditioner had the temperature control dial removed (the knob was gone and a tape over the resulting hole read "Do Not Remove") and the A/C was set at the warmest setting to use as little energy as possible. On a day that reached the high 80s, the A/C was struggling to cool the not very well insulated room--we discovered that using the fan only with outside air was actually cooler than the using the cooling system. which isn't saying much. And the windows were sealed shut--the rotating handles had been completely removed. The result was a sweltering and very unpleasant night. Host had made it clear he didn't want to be bothered after hours or before 9:00 a.m. There were other minor cost-cutting measures as well--one of the two hand towels was draped over the tub as a bathmat and the coffeemaker had been removed. Host said he didn't do coffee after Labor Day--either in the rooms or in the lobby. Everything else was adequate, but certainly didn't feel welcoming.…