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The Sagamore Resort in Bolton Landing, New York

Over one hundred years of notable hospitality has beckoned travelers to the Victorian era walls of The Sagamore Resort, perched on Bolton Landing in New York. While the lodgings may be historic, everything about your destination is modern and unique. Unobstructed views of Lake George offer luscious comforts, surrounded by beauty in a truly serene environment. Venture to the Adirondack Mountains for a breath of fresh air, and endless opportunities for active pursuits. A game of tennis, jet ski on the lake, or complimentary fitness class will keep you in check. There are over 20 beautiful lakes in this vacation paradise, with The Sagamore Resort at the center of it all.

A tantalizing collection of 6 restaurants are scattered throughout the resort. Superb options are a staple at this Preferred Hotels & Resorts property, part of the Preferred Hotel Group. From fine dining to the classic pub, everything can be enjoyed lakeside, making your vacation that much sweeter. During the day, a beautiful hillside golf course is yours to explore. Honored by Golf Magazine as one of its Silver Medal Resorts, a recent $75 million restoration enhanced the legendary blueprint of each hole. Enjoy the classics, on a truly innovative escape to The Sagamore Resort.

Location of The Sagamore Resort

The Sagamore Resort
110 Sagamore Road
Bolton Landing, New York

Nearest Airport: ALB

Amenities for The Sagamore Resort

  • General Information
  • 350 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Poolside Dining
  • Pool Bar
  • 6 Restaurants
  • Room Service
  • Bar & Lounge
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Hiking Trails
  • Gift Shop
  • Walking Trails
  • Fitness Center
  • Private Beach
  • WiFi
  • Game Room
  • Garden
  • Terrace
  • Indoor Pool
  • Valet Parking
  • Complimentary Parking
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Tennis Courts
  • Clubhouse
  • 18-Hole Golf Course
  • Health Club
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • CD Players
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Televisions
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Croquet
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Tennis
  • Water Skiing
  • Mountain Biking
  • Canoeing
  • Nature Walks
  • Boat Excursions
  • White Water River Rafting
  • Golf Lessons
  • Basketball
  • Fitness Classes
  • Table Tennis
  • Mini Golf
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Volleyball
  • Boating
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Business Center
  • Conference Facilities
  • Family
  • Children's Programs
  • Cribs
  • Babysitting
  • Kids Pool
  • Kids Club
  • Playground
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Train Station
  • Beach
  • Golf
  • Marina
  • Amusement Parks
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • Family
  • Golf

Reviews for The Sagamore Resort

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

I attended a business conference here in November 2017. I am 70 years old and have attended many conferences on many subjects in my professional career. This was simply the best done I have ever experienced. The setting on Lake George is spirit-lifting and deepening. The staff was uniformly excellent: helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, and cheerful -- that reminds me of my Boy Scout oath many years ago! This applies to all staff I met: valet parker to bellman to front desk staff to shuttle driver to waiter to room service attendant. The resort hotel appears sprawling on their map. I have difficulty walking, so I was pleasantly surprised to find the facilities compact and easy to manage. The heated indoor pool is large by any standard, and right next to it is a hot tub. It was perfect to go from one to the other (and back again!). There is a locker room at the pool to make for easy changing from street to bathing attire. The pool area, the hotel itself, and my room (and bathroom) were immaculately clean. This review form asks for level of expense. It's hard to say in that one expects such a resort to be very expensive. But it wasn't -- a nicely appointed king-bed room was $149 per night, what I just paid at a chain lodging at a major airport. Room service was typically not cheap. The fancy restaurant on grounds was expensive; but there are other smaller spots to eat at the resort that are more reasonable. This resort allows dogs -- call for information and rules. I will surely return, this time with my wife, to enjoy a few days' rest and recreation.

Dan P - White Plains, New York

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Went here for a 3 day training conference my job offered. I stayed in one of the lodges not the main hotel but attended training sessions and had meals in restaurants. Lobby was really nice, meals really good and views of the lake were really nice. Room was large, bathroom on small side but bed was really comfortable. They have shuttles from main hotel to lodges that run all day. Customer service was excellent. Would stay here again but in summertime.

Robert14615 - Rochester, New York

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stayed two nights, beginning Labor Day night. Pulling up to the Sagamore I told my husband it felt like we were entering a deluxe Disney resort. The hotel is grand! I had noted we were celebrating an anniversary when I made the reservation. Upon check-in the clerk wished us a "happy anniversary" and said we'd been moved from the furthest building out to the second furthest building out and from a below-ground room to a walk-in room. I was pleasantly pleased until we got to our room. It was clear the resort was not very full and I think the only reason they moved us to a slightly closer building had more to do with maid service than anything else.... keeping everyone more concentrated and not as spread out. The room was so old and dingy. The theming was rather generic. It would have been cute for a Holiday Inn, but after being in the lobby of the Sagamore and paying an exorbitant price to stay there, I expected more. The bathroom tub and sink appeared to be the only items refurbished in the last 20 years. The room smelled SO MUSTY! On the positive, our first dinner that night at the Pavilion was delicious. The service could not have been better. The view of Lake George is spectacular and that was definitely one of the highlights of our stay. However, after dinner we wanted to swim in the beautifully designed outdoor pool along Lake George. It was lit up so nice for an evening swim but closed at dark. So, we had to settle for the generic indoor pool. This was incredibly disappointing given the fact that they lit the outdoor pool in a way that made it appear that it was open for nighttime swimming. It was also going to storm the rest of our stay and this was the only chance we would get to swim outdoors. Despite a sign above the hot tub barring anyone under 16, there was a group of 10-12 junior high age kids in there. Pool boys walked back and forth all night and never said anything to them which was aggravating as there was not enough room for anyone else. The disappointments continued the next day. We went down for lunch and discovered half of the restaurants on property had closed after Labor Day. We knew from reading the Sagamore's website that there would be some closures (such as the golf course restaurant), but there were more than expected. We had planned to eat at Mr. Brown's Pub, but our only options were the restaurant we had eaten at for dinner the night before (not only did we not want to eat at the same place again but it's located outside and the weather had turned cold and stormy), and La Bella Vita and Caldwell's, which share the same lunch menu. So, basically we only had one new option. When I inquired about the limited dining options our waiter informed us that the hotel has to be at a certain capacity for them to open. My feelings were really hurt at this point because I realized that the better gesture upon check-in, knowing we were celebrating an anniversary and the resort was virtually empty, would have been to move us to the main building. I realized that their offer to move us to the room we received wasn't what they made it out to be and I suddenly felt gypped. However, the BIGGEST DISAPPOINTMENT of the stay came next. As we were waiting for Caldwell's to open (we went down at 11:15 and nothing opened until noon), several large tour bus groups came filing into the lobby. The median age was 80. They all began to shout over each other at the manager asking questions like, "where's the bathroom?" "where's the restaurant by the lake?" "Is she giving a tour?" It totally ruined the elegant atmosphere of the Sagamore. They basically took over the resort. Because of the limited dining options this large tour group filled up the restaurants. In fact, one woman actually came and sat at the table with my husband and I. We couldn't believe it. We humored her but mentioned how we were staying at the resort (hoping she'd realize we weren't part of her group, although considering we were half the age of everyone else in there I don't see how she couldn't). We also mentioned we were there celebrating an anniversary. She continued to sit there for 15 minutes. Then she looked at the menu. Because we were sitting in the lounge, the menu starts with drinks and the food is in the back. She didn't make it that far. She stood up and declared that she wanted food and was going to the other restaurant. However, her moving didn't exactly resolve anything. Every time our waiter came toward us he would get stopped multiple times by the people in the tour group asking questions. We also saw several families who were staying at the resort like us walk in and turn around and leave upon seeing how packed the restaurants were. It's unfortunate that despite the prices the Sagamore charges they felt it necessary to ruin the experience of their guests in order to make an extra buck. I shared my disappointment with the front desk that day and the response was "ya, a bunch of old people. I'm sorry." The food we ordered at lunch was again delicious. However, we were so turned off by the customer service we decided to eat off property for dinner that night and breakfast the next day after checking out. A few other notes.... when we checked in the clerk listed off a bunch of complimentary amenities, then handed us a card that listed all of those amenities as being part of our "resort fee." I knew going in that there was a resort fee. That's a common, albeit ridiculous practice, nowadays. However, don't say all of these things are free, while handing me a card that says I'm paying $30 a day for them. We tried to take full advantage of the amenities we were paying for, such as the Lake George Boat tour and the Rec. The Morgan cruise was great, although lacking in information about the area. The Rec ended up providing us a great rainy day activity. Overall, I am glad we stayed at the Sagamore. The shuttle service was quick and the drivers always friendly. The hotel grounds are exquisite... some of the best I've ever stayed in. Walking around the main building makes you feel like you're on some turn of the century vacation taken by the elite industrialists circa 1890. It really is like a step back in time. The food is outstanding. However, staying in the cottages was like a reality check. It felt like we were staying at summer camp or with "the help" and not part of the main resort even though we had access to the same ammenities. I would like to come back when all of the restaurants are open and the weather is nice enough to swim more, however I know it would be even more expensive and crowded. Frankly, the customer service and room quality do not justify the price. So, I'm not convinced we'll ever return.

DisneyTravelLover - Bristol, Connecticut

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This past weekend my husband and I decided to take his mother who was visiting town from Colorado up to The Sagamore. As we live locally we have gone to The Sagamore before and know what incredible views there are of Lake George and with the fall foliage in full affect we were excited to go and show my mother in law. We were there on Sunday and there was beautiful weather so we were able to really enjoy walking around the property. We decided to go to the Pub and sit outside. Coming up from the water we walked up to the patio area where there were no signs directing us so we decided to sit at an open table. Another couple did the same in front of us. We sat there for for some time as a single waiter walked passed us multiple times, not acknowledging us at any time. After this happened we figured maybe best to go inside. As we walked in the inside part of the pub was completely empty with multiple staff standing there. We asked if we could sit at the bar and mentioned how we waited outside. The hostess made a rude comment saying since we didn't check in that's why no one helped us. It was not a positive interaction. The three of us sat at the bar and ordered an appetizer, specialty drink, and two of the same beers. When we received the beer it looked very cloudy and not what We expected. The bartender explained it was due to the keg changing over. While we tried the beer it just didn't seem to taste right or look right so we requested to change our option. At this time the bartender stared at my husband and I like she was mad we were asking for this. As someone whose worked in the service industry this was shocking and very upsetting to receive this type of service at such a highly rated establishment. After what seemed a very long pause from the bartender she did switch our drinks. Overall this ruined our experience of bringing my mother in law there. From the waiter not speaking to us on the patio, to the hostess rudely commenting on how we didn't do something right, to the bartender's services it was beyond disappointing and shocked it all happened. Sadly we most likely will not choose The Sagamore as a place to go in the near future.

Trisha D - Ballston Spa, New York

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The room we had with a view of the lake was quite large as was the bathroom. It was interesting to see so many young people lounging by the pool in mid afternoon. It turned out there was a conference of some kind that had let out early and they were networking, I suppose. By evening, they had disappeared. We ate in the dining room and it took us three hours to complete dinner because the service was so slow.

LindaCabe - San Antonio, TX

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