After a five-year renovation, the revitalized Adelphi Hotel
has reopened in downtown Saratoga Springs.
Opened in 1877 during Saratoga's Golden Age, The Adelphi has been reimagined as a modern luxury property. Adelphi Hospitality Group collaborated with designer and architect Glen Coben of New York-based Glen & Company to reimagine the interiors, focusing on a sophisticated modern Victorian design. Dominick Ranieri Architect P.C. led The Adelphi project's extensive structural transformation. Highlights include the restoration of the 11-foot ceilings and grand staircase upon entry, as well as the revival of the Adelphi's legendary hotel bar -- named after well-known Saratoga resident John Morrissey, a heavyweight boxer, congressman, and co-founder of Saratoga's race track -- and a 1,200-square-foot glass-walled conservatory, which houses the Adelphi's new restaurant, The Blue Hen.
A new grand ballroom can accommodate up to 250 guests when combined with the adjacent Blue Hen.
The original hotel had approximately 74 rooms when it was built in the late 1800s. The new property has 32, offering a more spacious experience.
"This is more than just a place to stay, it's a gathering spot for all people who live in, or are visiting, Saratoga Springs," said Simon Milde, managing partner of Adelphi Hospitality Group. "The Adelphi Hotel dates back to Saratoga Springs' Victorian age when the town was known as America's playground for the rich and famous, and we are grateful to be part of such a culturally vibrant community."