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My trip was just an overnight stay - with my 22 year old son. I chose this venue because of its location to the Baseball Hall of Fame Museum. It did not disappoint - it was within a few blocks walking distance. Our room was right on the lake - very nice setting, as was the dining area outside the hotel restaurant. Complimentary breakfast, and boat tour on the lake was included. Very clean, but smallish (queen size) room. Free parking was nice (not much parking in Cooperstown). I would definitely stay again.
Beautiful lakeside, downtown location.
Wonderful staff, perfect location Rooms a bit too cozy but not terrible
Great place and walking distance to museum
Visited this hotel in Winter and the heat was not controllable in the rooms as the regular heating system was malfunctioning requiring heat to be pumped through the central AC. The result - some very high temperatures and major discomfort in the rooms. The staff was great and very apologetic and the rooms were otherwise very clean. It would've been nice to receive a discount of some kind (not sure if it was already baked into the price online) to account for the heating issue. Overall, the location, staff, and cleanliness of the hotel balanced out the heating issue.
The location is ideal - less than two blocks from the Hall of Fame - and it is right on the edge of the lake. It was dark, uncomfortable, the bathroom fan sounded like an air raid warning, the walls were bare, and the sofa rock hard. At $150 a night this might have been okay - at $300 pretty much unacceptable.
The location It was way too expensive for what the hotel offered. The only rooms left were ones listed as "lake view" which means a 4'x10' concrete area facing a cove with two lawn chairs. You can hear the people who dock their boat there at night and the morning. It's a fairly decent motel room that is priced at least twice as much as you would pay anywhere else. With taxes and fees the two nights cost about $600, quite a surprise for upstate NY. Only choose here if it's one of the last places available, which we did.
The hotel is right on Lake Otsego and it is a beautiful setting. The entire facility is updated and very clean. The proximity to town and other local attractions is very convenient. The room was a litlle cramped. There was an exhaust fan in the bathroom that sounded like a jet engine. It didn't have a seperate switch so it went on every time you turned the light on. VERY annoying. Be aware there are NO cancellations. We were going to leave one night early to visit old friends we hadn't seen in 30 years, and they would not refund the one night. The woman at the front desk was not very personable, however the other staff members we met were all friendly.
Location was beautiful on a lake. This two story hotel is withing walking distance of Main St. in Cooperstown so the location is perfect in every way. There is a restaurant on the property and the breakfast was very nice. There is ample parking. The room we stayed in was very, very clean and tastefully decorated. The room was simple and on the small side. There was no microwave and no coffee maker. The bathroom was small but adequate. The fan in the bathroom went on when you turned on the light and was very loud. I would recommend that if you stay there, you bring a night light as turning on the light( and the very noisy fan) is disruptive if you are sharing the room with anyone.
Wonderful location, right in the middle of everything. Never used the car for 3 days. Rode the trolley to other locations. Enjoyed the provided breakfast buffet. Hotel and room were very unique. Town of Cooperstown was a treat. Window air conditioner drove us nuts at night. Bathroom was a little tight.
There were no options when it came to relaxing. You had 2 choices laying on bed or sitting on wooden rocking chairs. We feel that there should of been at least a couch to sit on after a long day.
Close to town and room was spacious. Next to a bar but was surprisingly quiet. We are told Cooperstown is dead after Labor Day - which was OK for us.