THE ADEL­PHI HO­TEL

SARATOGA SPRINGS, NEW YORK

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Fol­low­ing a five-year ren­o­va­tion, the new look of The Adel­phi Ho­tel in down­town Saratoga Springs resur­faces with a dis­tinct style and sim­ple el­e­gance that is ev­i­dent in Saratoga Springs. Adding a vivid, mod­ern reimag­i­na­tion of Vic­to­rian lux­ury, the iconic 1877 ho­tel sports a much-needed im­prove­ment.

Known for its charm, Saratoga Springs is sit­u­ated in up­state New York and is renowned for its Vic­to­rian ar­chi­tec­ture, arts com­mu­nity and many at­trac­tions that in­clude polo, world-class horse rac­ing and nat­u­rally car­bon­ated min­eral spas.

The col­lab­o­ra­tion with de­signer and ar­chi­tect Glen Coben of New York-based firm Glen & Com­pany en­sured that the in­te­ri­ors fo­cused on a so­phis­ti­cated mod­ern Vic­to­rian de­sign with a con­tem­po­rary twist com­bined with an eclec­tic re­vival of time­less ideals. Led by Do­minick Ranieri Ar­chi­tect P.C. of Sch­enec­tady, New York, the ex­ten­sive struc­tural trans­for­ma­tion and restoration re­sulted in a reimag­ined mas­ter­piece.

“This is more than just a place to stay, it’s a gath­er­ing spot for all peo­ple who live in, or are vis­it­ing, Saratoga Springs,” said Si­mon Milde, Man­ag­ing Part­ner of Adel­phi Hos­pi­tal­ity Group. “The Adel­phi Ho­tel dates back to Saratoga Spring’s Vic­to­rian age when the town was known as Amer­ica’s play­ground for the rich and fa­mous, and we are grate­ful to be part of such a cul­tur­ally vi­brant com­mu­nity.”

Eleven-foot ceil­ings wel­come guests with a grand stair­case that climbs all four sto­ries and is the heart of The Adel­phi’s com­mu­nal space. Choose from thir­tytwo art­fully ap­pointed rooms, sump­tu­ous suites and grand com­mon spaces perched along his­toric Broad­way, ren­der­ing it the crown jewel of the Broad­way His­toric District.

Dine at Morrisey’s, The Adel­phi’s leg­endary ho­tel bar lo­cated on the main floor. Named after one of Saratoga’s most fa­mous res­i­dents, homage is paid to John Mor­ris­sey who was a heavy­weight boxer, con­gress­man and co-founder of Saratoga’s race track.

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