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My daughter is a transplanted Long Islander who last year booked her wedding at Longfellows which was held a few weeks ago. Aside from the ceremony which was held at a church, she fully utilized all services the establishment offered - Bridal Suite, Banquet, Hotel...More
My husband and I came to Longfellows for a weekend away. We did the romance package which was fantastic. The dinner we had at the restaurant was one of the best dinners we have ever had. The staff at the hotel and the restaurant could...More
This was a perfect getaway for us after we did a day hike and some shopping in Lake George. We used the Clipper magazine deal which was extremely nice and gave us a lot for the value. We had champagne in the room with chocolates...More
I recently visited this hotel for a wedding. The dining room is gorgeous and had good enough food. The grounds are nice. The rooms are alright. Good nice, nice but I found 3 bugs in my room the 1 night I stayed there. I am...More
My husband and I enjoyed our meal at Longfellows very much. The server,Brad, was knowledgeable, attentive and friendly. The food was excellent. We will definitely go back again when in Saratoga Springs. I’m sure its best to make a reservation.
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We stayed mid week and it was actually pretty quiet. The bar closed by 11:00pm and our two couples closed the bar with three other older men. I can't speak for the weekends especially if a wedding is occurring. I have been... More
We stayed mid week and it was actually pretty quiet. The bar closed by 11:00pm and our two couples closed the bar with three other older men. I can't speak for the weekends especially if a wedding is occurring. I have been in other hotels in Saratoga and it seems like many wedding parties go out on the town instead of hanging at the hotel. After staying at many hotels over the years, I have found that unfortunately it can get noisy when you least expect it. Conferences, sports tournaments, family celebrations all have potential to create rowdiness. You may be unlucky enough to be in the room next to someone who is partying. My perception of Longfellow's was not a party hotel. Best of luck!