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Friday, 13 March 2015 11:37

New Embassy Suites Opens in Saratoga Springs

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First in New York State to Feature the Brand's Latest Design Concept 

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Embassy Suites Hotels, the Hilton Worldwide brand of upscale all-suite hotels, recently announced the opening of the new 149-all-suite Embassy Suites in the heart of downtown Saratoga Springs. 

The full-service hotel, located within walking distance to shopping, museums, casinos, parks, restaurants, entertainment, and more, is the first Embassy Suites in the state to feature the brand's latest design concept, Design Option III. Embassy Suites Saratoga Springs is owned byDCG Development and managed by Veeder Hospitality Management LLC.

“We’re excited to continue our expansion in this popular leisure market with the new Embassy Suites Saratoga Springs,” said John Rogers, global head, Embassy Suites Hotels. “The innovative Design Option III prototype will enhance the guest experience by offering a great sense of space and more natural light in both guest rooms and public areas like the atrium, while maintaining Embassy’s signature amenities.”

“From horse racing to arts and outdoor recreation, Saratoga Springs is an internationally-recognized leisure and business destination,” adds general manager Dan Fortier, Embassy Suites Saratoga Springs. “The opening of our hotel comes at a peak time as both business and leisure travelers will be planning for Saratoga Springs seasonal horse racing, which starts July 24 and attracts guest from around the world.”

The hotel’s design offers guests a variety of side-by-side suites, shotgun suites and one room suites. The contemporary open air atrium is complimented with Adirondack elements, a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace and unique, hand-selected art pieces. In addition, guests can enjoy delicious American fare, beer or cocktails at The Diamond Club Grill, which offers indoor and outdoor dining for lunch and dinner.

Located just 30 minutes away from Albany International Airport, Embassy Suites Saratoga Springs is just minutes from the award-winning Saratoga National Golf Club, Saratoga National Historic Park, Saratoga Casino and Raceway, Canfield Casino, Saratoga Winery & Tasting Room, and the internationally-renowned Saratoga Race Course, a historic thoroughbred horse racing track considered to be the oldest sporting venue in the country. In addition, the Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC), the official summer home of the New York City Ballet and the Philadelphia Orchestra, is a popular nearby venue for rock concerts, operas and festivals.

Saratoga County is also the heart of New York State’s Tech Valley and home to a growing number of high tech companies such as Global Foundries, IBM's R&D, and NANO technology growth, and the relocation of several computer companies to the community. The hotel’s 6,000 sq. ft. versatile event space, including a 3,500 sq. ft. ballroom and seven flexible conference spaces, complete with state-of-the-art A/V technology and dedicated catering staff, is ideal for business meetings, social events and weddings for 220 people.


The hotel features the brand's signature amenities including its free made-to-order breakfast, a two-hour complimentary Evening Reception* with snacks and beverages, two-room suites with a separate living area, private bedroom, WiFi, 40-inch HDTV’s, a wet bar fitted with a microwave, a mini-fridge and a coffee maker. Guests also have access to the 24-hour business and fitness centers and an indoor swimming pool.

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