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|"Gorgeous grounds and great service"||(in 4 reviews)|
|"Beautiful view of Lake George."||(in 12 reviews)|
|"We were there for three nights."||(in 2 reviews)|
|"Room was not ready at 4:30pm."||(in 15 reviews)|
|"For the price the room was horrible."||(in 15 reviews)|
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Everything is excellent it’s our new go to spot
Nothing really this place is excellence 360
Luxury Resort on Lake George
Very friendly staff and amazing views of Lake George. We stayed in a cabin room, which was clean and had comfortable beds. The resort offers a lot of fun activities right on site, including golf, tennis, swimming pools, fitness center, and a spa.
The resort is expensive, so you definitely are paying for all the amenities that are offered. For the price, the rooms are not much different than other hotels.
Last minute weekend getaway. The staff was so accommodating. Upon arrival, while doing our check-in we realized we booked our stay for the wrong day. The front desk employee was more than helpful and accommodating. The place is gorgeous with amazing views of Lake George! The restaurants were amazing and service was superb. Will definitely come back.
Didn't like that after we check in at 1pm, the room was not ready until 3pm and we had to check out the next day by 11am
Visitors can discover the beauty of Lake George while staying at the Sagamore Resort. This Bolton Landing gem is one of the most stunning venues in the region, selected by Architectural Digest as one of the seven most beautiful hotels in the Adirondacks and recipient of the AAA Four Diamond award. The landmark hotel has been a destination hotel since the 1880s, created by legendary hotelier Myron O. Brown as an exclusive resort, secluded on a private 70-acre island. After two fires, the hotel was fully restored in the 1930s and home to the National Governor's Conference in 1950. In the early 1980s, the Sagamore Resort was honored as an official landmark by the National Register of Historic Places.
The resort features a main hotel, multiple two-bedroom condominiums, 11 one-bedroom, bi-level luxury suites for extended visits, seven private lodges, and a 2,000-square-foot, six-bedroom/four bathroom home for the ultimate private getaway. Guests traveling with pets can find accommodations for furry friends 30 lbs and under. Eight restaurants, including fine and casual dining, are onsite to please every guest's palate. A 950,000-gallon outdoor pool, a massive indoor entertainment center, an 18-hole golf course designed by Donald Ross along with four outdoor tennis courts provide guests with ample entertainment.
The Sagamore Resort features an on-site, world-class spa and salon offering everything from deep tissue massages to all-day pampering. The celebrated Lake George Spa and Sagamore Salon boasts a full line of client services, including special bridal packages for the many on-site weddings throughout the calendar year.
The resort hosts many special activities, most notably during the winter when the Adirondacks are the most majestic. Holiday happenings run from November through New Year's; in January, the Sagamore unveils the Glacier Ice Bar and Lounge, meticulously crafted with 18,000 pounds of clear crystal ice.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
If you plan on visiting the Sagamore Resort with your furry friend, there are several amenities that you can take advantage of. For example, upon arrival at the hotel, you will receive a gift bag that contains treats such as dental chewing sticks and waste disposal bags. You will also be given an Opal Paws food bowl, water bowl, and mat, all of which you can take home with you for $30. To ensure that your dog gets to stretch its legs, the resort features several dog walking and play areas.
La Bella Vita is by far the most popular restaurant at the Sagamore Resort, as it utilizes recipes that date back centuries and offers guests direct views of the scenic Lake George. To dine somewhere with an elegant menu that features high quality meats, make a reservation for the Club Grill Steakhouse, which directly overlooks the hotel’s golf course and is also known for its handcrafted cocktails.
Home to over 50,000 sq ft of meeting space, the Sagamore Resort has both an impressive Conference Center and Event Center. In addition to a team of professional event planners, companies can benefit from catering employees, technology support, and team building options that are offered directly through the resort. The Conference Center also contains a banquet kitchen, making it a convenient place to hold more formal dinners or ceremonies.
A variety of kid-friendly activities are offered at the Sagamore Resort, including sports such as basketball, wiffle ball, miniature golf, a rock-climbing wall, sand volleyball, and horseshoes. There are also Nintendo Wii and X-Box Stations that can be used for free to play popular video games, as well as a selection of board games. Table games are conveniently placed throughout the property, with choices including ping pong, air hockey, foosball, and billiards.
Because of the distance between the two locations, it is not possible to use public transportation to go from Albany International Airport to the Sagamore Resort. Instead, it is best to either rent your own car or rely on a ridesharing application like Uber and Lyft. Depending on the weather at the time, the drive will take you between 1h and 1h 15m. For those that plan on grabbing an Uber, a normal vehicle will cost you between $78 and $103, while a larger option that can fit between four to six people, known as an UberXL, will cost you between $122 and $162.
The popular Glacier Ice Bar and Lounge in the Sagamore Resort offers unique cocktails. The hotel also allows guests to purchase packages for skiing at Gore Mountain, West Mountain, and Crandall Park. (Prices checked 09/05/19).
The Sagamore Resort is located at 110 Sagamore Road, 1.3 miles from the center of Bolton Landing . FR Smith & Sons Marina is the closest landmark to The Sagamore Resort.
Check-in time is 4:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at The Sagamore Resort.
Yes, The Sagamore Resort offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Sagamore Resort does not offer free parking.
No, The Sagamore Resort does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Sagamore Resort is 35 miles from Rutland. The Sagamore Resort is 56.3 miles from Albany Intl.
No, The Sagamore Resort does not have a pool onsite.