The Adelphi Hotel was built when Saratoga Springs was becoming a hot, resort destination in the 19th century and it didn’t lose a bit of that vintage charm after its renovation. Stepping into Adelphi will transport you into the past with the convenience of modern luxury.

The Atmosphere at The Adelphi Hotel

From the second you see the three-story pillars and lacey Victorian exterior, The Adelphi Hotel exudes retro glam. The impression doesn’t fade when you walk through the doors and take in the grand staircase, gold fixtures and plush upholstered loveseats. The Adelphi Hotel first opened its doors in 1877 and– though having undergone a complete redesign and update– has held on to its nostalgic charm.

This luxury New York hotel is well-placed in the center of historic downtown Saratoga Springs within easy walking distance of restaurants, shopping and even the local mineral springs. And if you’d like to go a bit further afield, ride in style on one of The Adelphi Hotel’s signature gold bikes.

Your Room

It’s the little touches that make Adelphi rooms shine– whether it be the imported Italian robes and slippers or the in-room coffee makers accompanied by a customized Adelphi coffee blend. The interiors are light and bright, with statement splashes of royal blue and gold lending a stately air.

Food & Drink

With the renowned Chef David Burke at the helm, Adelphi dining stands out with its use of fresh, local ingredients both in the modern steakhouse, Salt & Char, and the more laidback Morrissey’s Lounge and Bistro. Don’t miss the sushi menu at the bistro full of colorful creations from Chef Choi.

From The Magazine

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