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Attractions Meet Charm in Saratoga Springs

When you stay at Longfellows, you’ll enjoy a private location that is perfectly situated to explore everything Saratoga Springs has to offer. This charming and historic city has been welcoming visitors ever since early settler Alexander Bryan built an inn near the High Rock Spring in 1787. The mineral spring, one of Saratoga’s many, was believed by the Native Americans to be endowed with healing properties. Many grand hotels followed, and by 1831, ‘taking the cure’ in Saratoga Springs was an established tradition for thousands of visitors.

Today, you can continue to enjoy the healing waters at one of the area’s many spas. Once refreshed, you can browse downtown Saratoga’s delightful blend of shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs. Enjoy thoroughbred racing each summer at the Saratoga Race Course, located just two miles from Longfellows. The racetrack, established in 1863, is known as the place to be and be seen during the season.

Plan an evening of world-class entertainment at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center. The SPAC is the summer home of the New York City Ballet and The Philadelphia Orchestra, as well as a popular venue for performing artists of all genres. Or enjoy opera at the Spa Little Theatre in the Saratoga Spa State Park.

Plan a day, a week or the Saratoga summer season with our events calendar filled with the activities for all tastes and ages, from wine tastings to educational lectures to fundraising galas.  Each night, you’ll return to the comfort and luxury of Longfellows, high on a knoll overlooking the majestic Adirondack Mountains.

Dreaming of a romantic weekend getaway or trying to find the perfect spot to host your special event? Give us a call at 518-586-0108, and a member of our hospitality team will be happy to answer any questions you have. If you prefer to make your own arrangements, visit our online reservation system to check rates and availability. We hope to see you soon!

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