Roosevelt Inn & Suites
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Historical Traveler Reviews Roosevelt Inn & Suites Saratoga Springs
The absolute best in Saratoga.
The Roosevelt Inn is a privately and proudly owned resort in one of the most beautiful regions in the Northeast. I have enjoyed the Roosevelt Inn on many occasions for business and family vacations. Whether staying in a luxurious single room or a suite, the friendly staff, personal service and spotless accommodations are unsurpassed. The owners and staff go the extra mile everyday for their customers many of whom are return visitors. Proprietors Sam and Lee along with the entire staff get to know their clients by name and strive to address every need no mater how unique. On one occasion I turned a business trip into a short family vacation. We were surprised to find out that our accommodations had been upgraded to the FDR Suite, a luxurious apartment with every amenity. My wife and children were thrilled.
The amenities include shuttle service, indoor and outdoor pools; sauna and steam rooms, a hot tub, a complete workout facility and you can even schedule a massage. The same attention to excellence is carried over to the Packhorse restaurant, a favorite of travelers and local residents alike. The Roosevelt Inn is five minutes from historic downtown Saratoga Springs. My wife and I along with our daughter and son, enjoy the quaint shops and restaurants, lakes and golf courses and visits to the Saratoga Harness and Thoroughbred Racetracks. When business demands a trip to Albany, NY it is a worthwhile twenty-minute drive to exit 13 on the Northway. Whatever your reasons for visiting, you will not find better accommodations in the Saratoga region. Tell Sam and Lee I sent you.
Roosevelt Inn is the Best
We stay at the Roosevelt several times a year..It is a wonderful place to go for a needed "break" from everyday life. The pool and spa are well maintained and beautiful. The hotel is spotless. The decor is lovely.
The grounds are well kept and the gazebo is an added bonus. The staff is extrememely friendly and helpful. It is our favorite place to stay.
Clean, Warm and Friendly
If you are looking for clean, warm and friendly lodging, look no further.
Great rooms at a reasonable rates, along with an outstanding staff to make your stay unforgettable.
I am happy to say we are returning guests of the Roosevelt. After trying numerous other properties in the area over the years, once we had our first visit at the Roosevelt we were hooked! Besides the exceptional hospitality you will receive from the owners as well as all of the employees, you will see well manicured grounds with beautiful flowers and plantings, outstanding cleanliness of the rooms, exceptional suites (if you're lucky enough to get one) and their spa is just wonderful, beautifully appointed and on the same par as some of the best spas around the country that we have visited. And if all of that is not enough - you must try the restaurant. Again, beautifully appointed with exceptional food. We love the Roosevelt and always look forward to going back.
I travel over 200 nights a year. This hotel is one of the best run, friendliest, and best maintained I've ever stayed in. I would, an do, go out of my way to stay at The Roosevelt Inn.
A Comfortable & Friendly Place to Stay
We have stayed at the Roosevelt several times taking and visiting our son at Skidmore. It is wonderful and we will stay no where else (yes, we tried in town and were not as happy). The rooms are well-furnished. The pool, jacuzzi and work out area is spacious, well-appointed and clean ... always plenty of towels!!! The staff are helpful and friendly. The resturant next store is convenient and the food excellent. When the weather is nice there are even tennis courts where my son & I hit a few balls. The grounds are spacious. Finally, it is a great value. Try it.
Delightful place In Saratoga Springs
Found this Inn just off the interstae. Near gaming, track and performance art center. Room very clean, comfortable and well decorated. Staff were extremely helpful and pleasant. Restaurant and bar convenient.Lots of local customers which is always a good sign.
Friendly and Clean!
Very friendly and courteous staff. Clean pool area with two saunas and large whirlpool. Well appointed excercise room attached. The rooms were fresh and clean. The suites had two TV's with CD/DVD/VHS abilities. Just minites from the Racino and Saratoga Racetrack. Highly recommended. Restaurant food was excellent and atmosphere was inviting.
Stayed in one of the suites with some friends for a Girls Night Out in January. Immaculate and spacious rooms, well appointed kitchenette, immaculate (new) lap pool and whirlpool and immaculate and comfortable spa treatment rooms. Staff were all very cheerful, accomodating and knowledgeable. Convenient off highway and short drive to Saratoga State Park and downtown. Reasonably priced off-season. Will return.
Fantastic "Home Away From Home" Great Staff & Owners
We have been guests of The Roosevelt Inn & Suites for a number of years. Our first visit proved that this was an outstanding property, with a staff and owners that actually cared about us. We have always been welcomed back with a smile, and greeted by name.
The rooms/suites are well appointed, and very well kept. Any request to the staff was answered quickly and professionally. Grounds are large, and welcome a guest to stroll around them to enjoy their beauty. Great health club & pools.
The lounge and restaurant, which are on the property, serve a very nice meal, at a fair price. Selections are varied, portions large, and delicious!
Location is short drive to downtown Saratoga, and just far enough from Lake George to remove you from the hustle, yet allow frequent visits.
You can't go wrong with this winning team!!!!
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