22 hotels near Saratoga Springs, New York
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Saratoga Springs, only thirty minutes going north of New York’s state capital Albany, is a beautifully-preserved Victorian spa city. During the 1800s, its all-natural mineral springs attracted endless people to “take the cure” for a wide variety of sicknesses—making the city a fashionable retreat for Victorian trendsetters. You’ll notice the city’s other claim to fame is definitely horseracing—its Thoroughbred race track is the oldest in the nation and pulls in tourists throughout its summer and fall season. The city is filled with outdoor adventure, entertainment and historic landmarks. There are also several Choice Hotels in Saratoga Springs for guests of all types.
The longest active Thoroughbred racetrack in the country, the Saratoga Race Course reaches its peak with “America’s Mid-Summer Derby, also known as Travers Stakes—opening season starts in July. Nestled inside the Canfield Casino, a restored late 1800s gambling house on the National Register of Historic Places, the Saratoga Springs History Museum features three levels showcasing the museum’s artifacts. Each of the exhibits offers an aspect of local culture, as well as fine arts, fashion, home furnishings and gaming history.
The Saratoga Spa State Park is also on the National Register of Historic Places, demonstrating its historic role as a social scene and therapeutic destination in the 1800s. Its original feature is the all-natural springs that were believed to cure many sicknesses. Nowadays, the baths constructed to accommodate the visitors share the park with the Saratoga Automobile Museum, the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Gideon Putnam Hotel, the National Museum of Dance and recreational facilities for winter sports, swimming and golfing.
If you only have time to visit one site, a popular destination for tourists is the Saratoga National Historical Park, a site that commemorates the Battle of Saratoga where the emerging U.S. fought for its first victory against the British army in 1777. This park comprises of three regions: the Schuyler House, the home of the American general who commanded the charge; the battlefield, offering trails to endless landmarks; and the Saratoga Monument, which marks the scene of the British surrender. The latter two sites are situated roughly 7 miles going north of the battlefield.
With multiple hotels in Saratoga Springs and the outlying areas, you can find the Choice hotel that meets your travel needs. Scroll through our Saratoga Springs hotels listed above and book your stay online today.
Saratoga Springs hotels information
- Number of hotels in Saratoga Springs22
- Highest Price$156
- Lowest Price$72
- Number of reviews18101
- Avg. rating3.7