June 17, 2019
A few weeks ago I enjoyed a stay-cation at the Adlephi Hotel. The Adelphi is one of the newest hotels in Saratoga Springs and is the most stunning local luxury property. I’ve worked at the hotel (see it here and featured on Style Me Pretty here) and also have quite a few clients either getting married on property or staying there and using it for first look and photos. I wanted to be able to speak to the hotel, features, and service first hand so off I went.
The property is stunning and they really didn’t miss a beat when restoring this historic hotel. All of the modern luxuries you could ask for while having the beauty and charm of a property that originally opened in 1877. The service you’ll experience is exceptional and incredibly thoughtful. While you’re here, visit their two in-house dining options – Blue Hen (the most stunning space for Brunch or Dinner) or Morrisey’s (cozy and lively location for lunch, drinks, or dinner)
Do you live in Saratoga or surrounding areas? The Adelphi offers an awesome “locals” rate if you live within 50 miles of the hotel. It’s a really great opportunity to experience a luxury property at a reduced rate and be able to enjoy all that the city has to offer (i.e. have a few cocktails and stay out late!)
If you’re visiting Saratoga Springs, here are a few local favorites to check out…
- Breakfast: Sweet Mimi’s, Mrs. Londons, Country Corner Cafe
- Coffee: Saratoga Coffee Traders, Uncommon Grounds
- Lunch: Morrisey’s, The Mercantile Kitchen & Bar, Hattie’s
- Cocktails: Sinclair, 9 Maple (the best espresso martinis), 15 Church Patio, The Bourbon Room, Druthers, Henry Street Taproom
- Dinner: Osteria Danny, Chianti, 15 Church, Salt & Char, Cantina
- Shops (too many to name but here’s a starting point!): Lola Saratoga, Violet’s, Lucia, Toga Heritage, Saratoga Tea & Honey, Saratoga Olive Oil, Lex and Cleo, Caroline and Main
- The Saratoga Race Track – if you’re in town in July or August, make sure you schedule some time to visit the track! But brace yourself – it can get pretty crazy Downtown but it’s so worth the experience. The city is flooded with people from out of town for racing season. Also dating back to the late 1800’s, the track is rich with history and tradition.
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