Hotel Saranac in Upstate New York Reopens After Five Years

By Jesse Sokolow on 21 February 2018
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DSC_0857The historic Hotel Saranac in Saranac Lake in Upstate New York reopened Wednesday following a five-year renovation to the property.

The hotel closed in 2013 to undergo the $35.3-million restoration. Since then, all 82 rooms of the hotel were renovated, with designs inspired by the property’s Roaring Twenties heritage. The hotel’s spa and salon, Ampersand, also received significant upgrades.

Another part of the renovation project included the installation of a replica of the original Hotel Saranac sign on top of the hotel.

The Hotel Saranac first opened in 1927 and included such then-modern luxuries such as private bathrooms for every guestroom. It was a popular gathering spot during the 1932 Winter Olympic Games in Lake Placid, as well as during the 1980 games.

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