The Best Hotels to Book in Saratoga Springs, New York

Party like a flapper at the 1920s-style Adelphi Hotel
Party like a flapper at the 1920s-style Adelphi Hotel | Courtesy of The Adelphi Hotel /
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24 November 2021

Sprinkled with mineral baths, Saratoga Springs has earned itself the nickname Spa City. For over two centuries, vacationers have been lured to this natural health retreat in New York State in pursuit of its curative waters. While some springs are housed within luxury spas, like the Lincoln and Roosevelt bath houses, others are free and public, inviting you to take a dip or a sip at a roadside spigot. When you’re done soaking, the Saratoga Race Course and Saratoga Performing Arts Center line up more entertainment. Ready to dive in? Here’s our selection of the best hotels in Saratoga Springs, New York, bookable with Culture Trip.

Gideon Putnam Resort and Spa, for age-old healing

4/5 (837 Reviews)
A flower garden at Gideon Putnam Resort And Spa
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Want to stay inside Saratoga Spa State Park? This is your spot. A charming destination hotel, it pairs classic hospitality with upscale American dining at Putnam’s Restaurant – try the hand-cut NY striploin with blue cheese butter. The hotel is also home to one of the area’s oldest baths, the Roosevelt Baths and Spa, which opened in 1935 and offers revitalizing hydrotherapy spa journeys and natural healing treatments.

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The Springwater B&B, for a taste of nostalgia

4.9/5 (203 Reviews)
A wood-paneled double bedroom with an iron bedstead at The Springwater B&B
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Price Drop
Now from $165 per night

This family-run bed and breakfast revives turn-of-the-century Saratoga with boutique modern comforts – think ceiling fans and plantation style four posters combined with clawfoot jet tubs and walk-in showers. Accommodating staff and a location within walking distance of downtown are two more good reasons to stay. Lodging can also be found at the next door Springwater Inn, an historic, Victorian-era tavern, restaurant and lodging.

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Saratoga Casino Hotel, for an entertaining stay

4.5/5 (921 Reviews)
Saratoga Casino Hotel
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Price Drop
Now from $135 per night

An all-in-one destination, this sprawling property includes a brick hotel that references the old-world charm of vintage Saratoga Springs. There is also a full-service casino, live entertainment, a pool, several food and drink options – including Morton’s The Steakhouse – and live horse racing onsite. With their jewel-toned design, many of the rooms and suites offer views of all the action at the racetrack.

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The Adelphi Hotel, for vintage flapper vibes on Broadway

4.8/5 (449 Reviews)
A lobby at the 1920s-style Adelphi Hotel, with plush blue, gold and black leather couches, and Chandeliers
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Price Drop
Now from $246 per night

Pretend you’re in Gatsby’s mansion at this grand ’20s-style hotel. Sitting in an ideal location on Broadway, this pet-friendly vintage gem is within walking distance of many of Saratoga Spring’s best shops and entertainment venues. With a sushi bar and farm-to-table steakhouse onsite, you’ll never go hungry. Like to people watch? The wine and beer garden stays open late and brings in a diverse mix of locals and tourists.

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Embassy Suites Saratoga Springs, for free happy hour

4.7/5 (933 Reviews)
A double-heighted lounge space with large stone fireplace and white floor tiles at Embassy Suites Saratoga Springs
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Price Drop
Now from $114 per night

Did somebody say free snacks, house wine, beer and other drinks from 5.30pm to 7pm every night? Yes, this Saratoga Springs hotel hosts a complimentary happy hour for guests at sundown. After a night of drinking, the hot breakfast buffet will set you right with as much crisp bacon and as many fluffy waffles as you can shovel in. Throw in a praise-worthy location within walking distance of great bars and restaurants, plus spacious rooms and suites, and we call this a winner.

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The Saratoga Hilton, for the sights on your doorstep

4.1/5 (912 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $106 per night

If a central location with all the amenities is what you’re after, this hotel delivers. On Broadway and within walking distance of shops, restaurants and the summer trolley, it’s also just 2mi (3km) from the race course and state park. Still not sold? The onsite Starbucks, indoor pool and tree-lined patio should seal the deal. When you’re hungry, 534 Bistro serves up American food influenced by the Saratoga region – pair your sirloin steak with a side of house-baked bread.

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  • Hilton Garden Inn Saratoga Springs, to be close to Skidmore College

    4.2/5 (776 Reviews)
    A room with a large, white double bed and striped carpet at Hilton Garden Inn Saratoga Springs
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    Price Drop
    Now from $110 per night

    If you’re in Saratoga Springs to visit Skidmore or cheer on the Thoroughbreds, this is an ideal spot to stay – grab a burger or a flatbread pizza at the onsite bar and grill before the game and chill in the hotel’s indoor pool afterwards. The Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Casino and Saratoga Race Course are also just a mile away.

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    The Inn at Saratoga, for history buffs

    4.5/5 (962 Reviews)
    The Inn at Saratoga, with yellow shutters and pillars at the front
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    Price Drop
    Now from $124 per night

    Built in 1843 as a boarding house, this is the oldest hotel in Saratoga Springs. The updated inn has retained much of its old-world charm, including a large front porch for watching life go by, working fireplaces, regional antiques and a parlor where guests gather in the evenings. If you want a taste of life in a bygone era, this is the place to stay.

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    Courtyard by Marriott Saratoga Springs, for a working vacation

    4.4/5 (322 Reviews)
    A light, airy room at Courtyard by Marriott Saratoga Springs with a wooden bedstead, and gray wall and carpet
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    Price Drop
    Now from $125 per night

    Work, stay and play at this hotel, which has plenty of nooks for you to whip out your laptop while on the move. After you power down, slip into the indoor pool and hot tub or jump on the treadmill in the modern, fully-equipped gym. Ultra comfortable beds, free parking and an onsite bistro complete the package.

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    Residence Inn by Marriott Saratoga Springs, for elegant suites

    4.3/5 (119 Reviews)
    A room with a gray couch, coffee table, TV and bed with white linen at Residence Inn by Marriott Saratoga Springs
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    Price Drop
    Now from $125 per night

    Stretch out and truly feel at home at Residence Inn, where the suites come with kitchens and separate bedrooms and living areas. Marble floors, wood paneling and an elegant fireplace make the shared space an alluring spot to spend a cold evening. On warmer nights, head to the large, outdoor brick patio with comfy couches, loungers, tables with umbrellas, a firepit and a barbecue grill.

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