Step into a hotel steeped in Victorian charm and rich with local history.
Travel Back in Time at Our Unique Inn
Entering The Inn at Saratoga is like traveling back to a bygone era. Built in 1843 to serve as a boarding house, the oldest continuously operating lodging house in Saratoga Springs has plenty of stories to tell. Beautifully updated, our historic hotel complements modern amenities with old world touches like an inviting front porch, working fireplaces, carefully chosen antiques and a charming parlor. Each of our 42 guest rooms and suites is uniquely designed and decorated to merge the ambiance of long ago with contemporary comforts. Come enjoy these great features when you choose our welcoming inn:
Genuine Victorian architecture
Beautiful rooms and spacious suites
On-site restaurant with cozy fireplace
Meeting room for small groups
Complimentary hot and cold breakfast buffet freshly prepared in-house
Complimentary access to the Victoria Pool and the nearby YMCA
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Historic Inns & Hotels of Saratoga Springs Many recognize Saratoga Springs as quite the historic destination. From the Battle of Saratoga to housing one of the oldest race courses in the country, there is much to learn about while in the area! However, some may not realize that history in Saratoga stretches beyond the battle fields and the race course. There are several historic places you can stay in and visit while in the area, as well. Check out Saratoga's collection of historic inns: