The Saratoga Hilton, Saratoga Springs’ largest hotel, completes first phase of $7M renovation

The $7-million project included a full transformation of all guestrooms, the hotel’s restaurant and all public spaces.

The Saratoga Hilton, Saratoga Springs’ largest hotel with 242 guestrooms, has completed the first phase of the property’s renovations.  The $7-million project included a full transformation of all guestrooms, the hotel’s restaurant and all public spaces. 

The Saratoga Hilton started the renovations in November of last year, with the refurbishment of all 242 guestrooms. The hotel incorporated new HVAC units, as well as updated the on-site The Springs Restaurant. The property also transformed the public areas and added a Starbucks Café.

The hotel will undergo a second phase of renovations beginning in the fourth quarter of 2017. The second phase will include the addition of sliding doors and new patio areas to the front and rear of the hotel.  Additionally, The Saratoga Hilton—connected to the city’s Convention Center—will enhance the property’s 58,000 square feet of meeting space.

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Design-wise, the property is said to have a "contemporary style with residential feel." It has been managed by Driftwood Hospitality Management (DHM) since 2016 and was purchased by DHM’s sister company DAD.

Mik Mahdavi is the general manager of The Saratoga Hilton.

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