Gideon Putnam Resort and Spa

Gideon Putnam Resort & Spa

24 Gideon Putnam Road, Saratoga Spa State Park, Saratoga Springs, New York 12866

Gideon Putnam Resort & Spa is a historic destination located within Saratoga Spa State Park. Delaware North manages the hotel and dining services, as well as the famous Roosevelt Baths & Spa. 

The hotel boasts 124 rooms and 22 suites, all with views of park as well as 12,0001-square feet of event space and a casual, on-site restaurant and bar, Putnam’s, serving creative cuisine inspired by the City of Saratoga. 

Overall, this upstate New York destination combines more than 75 years of historic character with exceptional service and modern facilities.

Services

  • Food and Beverage

    • As a leader in food service management, we operate some of the busiest and most famous kitchens in the world. 

  • Lodging

    • Delaware North's hotel management experience extends from North America to Australia. From wilderness camps to luxury hotel suites and National Historic Landmarks — each require a specific set of skills. 

  • Special Events

    • From the iconic Plaza in New York City to the enormous Wembley Stadium in London, every event, fundraiser, wedding or celebration is different -- so we treat each one as if it were the only one. 

  • Retail

    • Delaware North operates 300 stores in parks, resorts, attractions, airports, toll plazas, sporting venues, open-air marketplaces and gaming properties worldwide.

New York Environmental Leaders Logo

Delaware North received acceptance into the leadership tier of the New York Environmental Leaders (NYEL) program for its operations at Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack, Hamburg Gaming, Gideon Putnam Resort and Niagara Falls State Park. Click here to read more.

Dining Room Art

Internationally acclaimed artist James Reynolds created the murals in the Gideon Putnam Resort dining room, depicting scenes from the Saratoga Society and the Adirondacks.

Interior Design by Draper

Dorothy Tuckerman Draper – one of the most successful interior designers of the 1930s and 1940s and the designer of West Virginia’s Greenbrier Resort–was commissioned to decorate the interior of the hotel.