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We had a lovely time at Longfellows. We are surprised it was our first visit because we have lived in Upstate NY for almost 30 years! We will most definitely be back. All staff from check in the check out were extremely accommodating. Upon arrival...More
The room was wonderful, large, very clean and comfortable The grounds were beautifully maintained Our dinner in the restaurant was 5 star The people who work in the hotel and restaurant could not have been nicer or more helpful Longfellows is our anniversary tradition
We were celebrating our son's ordination as a Jesuit over a weekend in Saratoga Springs. Catering Manager Gerri Thompson guided us through and coordinated our 2 events---a evening dinner for 75 family and friends and a reception in the school gym for however many showed...More
This is our favorite place to run away to for a long weekend. It's our second year at Longfellow's. We try to visit four times a years. The hotel is one of the cleanest places we have ever stayed. There hasn't been anything we haven't...More
My husband came here for our first overnight together without our baby. Everything was amazing. The customer service, room and restaurant are top notch. I would definitely recommend for a mellow, romantic night away.
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We stayed mid week and it was actually pretty quiet. The bar closed by 11:00pm and our two couples closed the bar with three other older men. I can't speak for the weekends especially if a wedding is occurring. I have been... More
We stayed mid week and it was actually pretty quiet. The bar closed by 11:00pm and our two couples closed the bar with three other older men. I can't speak for the weekends especially if a wedding is occurring. I have been in other hotels in Saratoga and it seems like many wedding parties go out on the town instead of hanging at the hotel. After staying at many hotels over the years, I have found that unfortunately it can get noisy when you least expect it. Conferences, sports tournaments, family celebrations all have potential to create rowdiness. You may be unlucky enough to be in the room next to someone who is partying. My perception of Longfellow's was not a party hotel. Best of luck!