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Feb 12th, 2020
Great place for a relaxing weekend getaway. Beautiful, historic hotel. Customer service is very friendly. We went to celebrate our anniversary and we were upgraded to a lovely room overlooking Lake George. Food was delicious! For breakfast I recommend the French toast! They serve Natalie’s orange juice. It’s fresh squeezed from Florida. Best oj ever! If you go off season, as we did, be aware there is not much going on at the resort. You can take a historic tour, book a treatment at the spa, use the pool or gym, go for a stroll or sit by the fire. Perfect options if you just want to relax. It would have been nice if they had a little evening entertainment. Perhaps someone playing the grand piano in the lobby. The restaurants open seem to depend on the number of guests so you might have to be flexible with your dining options. But don’t worry, every meal we had was great. I’m sure we will be returning. I’d like to check out the ice bar. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Amazing Summer family vacay!
Feb 6th, 2020
We came to Sagamore last August 2019 for the first time in LG and at Sagamore. First, let me start by telling you I am a picky NYer, and a bit hard to please. Our family of 4- 2 adults, 2 kids (twin 7 yr olds) had the best time! We stayed in the main hotel and were given a room with 2 double beds and then a second living room area. We didnt request it, but we’re so glad we got it bc we were able to put the kids to bed and stay up in the other room and hang out. Lots of room! The grounds: beautiful! I felt like we were in Switzerland or somewhere else in the world (doesn’t feel like NY). The views are truly breathtaking and the grounds are carefully manicured. Restaurants: the food is literally so delicious, we did not have a bad meal. We ate almost every lunch at the Lake House, and it is the best burger I’ve ever had. We went to every restaurant and were happy with all. I’m a foodie and cook all the time, so I would say my standards are very high. Activities: we all fished off the pier everyday, several times a Day. We rented a pontoon boat and went to these little islands and explored coves and jumped from cliffs and had great days on the water. They have this huge rec center where kids can play, even had a build-a-bear kraft. We also hiked up to this pinnacle peak one morning with an amazing view. At night walk down to Ben & Jerrys for a treat. You do not have to even leave the resort if you don’t want to. They have everything, and nothing in town compares to Sagamore. Nice class of families, great service, delicious food and all around great vacation. Going back August 2020! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Ice Bar Weekend not for families or sleep
Jan 26th, 2020
I have stayed at this beautiful resort many times and been most pleased. We decided to come up for the "Ice Bar" weekend as it sounded fun. It was fun, but on Saturday night this beautiful resort was no different than a fraternity house. Our room was on the second floor of the main building. The noise from the lobby bar area was very loud. There were people running up and down the hallways well past midnight. The front desk was uninterested in doing anything about it. I have no problem paying top dollar for a weekend at a beautiful resort. I didn't plan on the resort turning into a fraternity house. Loved the Ice Bar, hated the all night craziness. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Jan 22nd, 2020
Our bedroom overlooked Lake George. While it was a cold and overcast day, it still was awesome. The facilities were wonderful and the restaurant was great for both dinner and breakfast. The gift shop is very unique and not to be missed. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Jan 20th, 2020
Beautiful historic hotel. Friendly staff. Comfortable rooms. We did not realize when we booked how much this hotel caters to families with young children (discovered later that it’s included in Disney Vacation Club offers). so we were a little surprised to see so many little ones. We just weren’t prepared for children literally running through the restaurant during our 8 pm reservation or to be unable to use the hot tub in the afternoons or evening since it was filled with children (only seats 8). This isn’t a complaint, just wished we had realized so thought I should include here. We were able to enjoy a beautiful sunrise over the mountains from the pool and hot tub. Though the shower in the women’s changing room wasn’t working. Keep in mind you have to get to the pool through the main hotel lobby and the changing area isn’t connected directly to the pool so transitions are quite chilly and awkward. We had dinner at the Italian restaurant on site. Food was great, our server was good however it took an hour to bring out our meat and cheese board app and longer to get the pizza we ordered. We took advantage of the convenience and did the breakfast buffet. Skip the precooked eggs ( ice cold and horrid) or the cold burnt French toast and get the cooked to order omelet or fresh made waffles. There were many resort activities included for both kids and adults, I just wish they had emailed them with our booking confirmation as we would have planned our first day differently had we been aware of the options. Room was comfortable. The heat wasn’t working properly at first but it was very quickly addressed by the staff. Tried to book at the spa but nothing was available. They are closed during the week so we couldn’t even attempt to book anything until Friday after 2. Definitely book well in advance. All in all we would book again. Lots to do both on and off site. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
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