Adelphi Hotel opens in Saratoga Springs

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USA: Renovated Adelphi hotel reopens in Upstate New York

The Adelphi Hospitality Group has reopened its doors in downtown Saratoga Springs, New York.

The Adelphi Hotel is a landmark boutique hotel, established in 1877. The Adelphi renovation project focused on introducing modern luxury whilst retaining the property's historic charm.

The 32 guest rooms have been reconfigured to offer a more spacious and luxurious experience. The original hotel featured approximately 74 rooms when it was built in the late 1800s an the previous owners modified the hotel to 40 rooms.

It is the last surviving hotel of Saratoga's Golden Age. Saratoga Springs is an upstate New York city known for its historic charm, Victorian architecture, arts community, and many attractions including naturally carbonated mineral spas.

Simon Milde, Managing Partner of Adelphi Hospitality Group, said: "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. The Adelphi Hotel dates back to Saratoga Springs' 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."


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