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Sagamore Resort

At a Glance

    Pros

  • so much to do, you won't have to leave the resort

    Cons

  • breakfast only included in some packages

Fodorite Reviews

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Sagamore Resort Review

Occupying a 72-acre island on Lake George, the Sagamore is an escape to a bygone era. Accommodations in the 1883 colonial-revival main house have views of the lake or gardens. The decor, including marble bathrooms and handsome wood furniture, is elegant but not formal, while accommodations in the newer lodge buildings are country-chic. Lodge rooms have garden views; suites have gas fireplaces and a terrace with a lake view. The separate condo units (starting at about $600 a night in season) have two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, a living room, a dining area, and two lake-view terraces; leather couches, Adirondack-style furniture, and wood-burning fireplaces contribute to the lodge feel here. Notable facilities here include the spa and the sailing school.

    Hotel Details

  • 172 rooms, 178 suites.
  • Credit cards accepted.

Fodorite Reviews

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    Wonderful Experience

    Expensive, but well worth the pampering. After just two hours, the staff at the front desk and Verandah Lounge knew us by name ("Mr. X"...not hey there, or Jim...)
    Trilium bis is the tops!

    by jesfla, 12/4/08

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