The Sagamore has virtually limitless venues that inspire romance. Whatever your vision, our staff will assist you in selecting the ideal location to complement your personal style.
Shelving Rock Terrace - With its spectacular panoramic views of Lake George, a sweeping lakeside lawn area for cocktails and a moonlit reception area for dinner and dancing, Shelving Rock Terrace is ideal for wedding parties with up to 175 guests, and who want the best of the outdoors and indoors in one location.
The Morgan - The Sagamore's own 72-foot replica of a 19th century touring vessel allows your guests to enjoy the splendid beauty of Lake George and the majestic surrounding mountains. Our four-hour reception cruise includes cocktails and hors d'oeuvres on the open-air, topside deck, followed by a gourmet dinner on the enclosed lower deck. Select one of our Classic Dinner Packages for up to 75 guests. A private cruise fee is assessed based on the number of guests attending.
The Club Grill - The Tudor-style Club Grill overlooks The Sagamore Golf Course and Lake George, offering a tranquil and intimate setting for parties of up to 50 guests. The Club Grill can host a reception on the covered porch and outdoor terrace and a three-course dinner celebration in a club-like ambiance.
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The historic Sagamore hotel is a peaceful paradise that beckons you with luxury, style and comfort. This idyllic romantic retreat in the Adirondacks spoils you with is lakeside setting, luxurious accommodations and indulgent amenities that include the beautifully restored Donald Ross championship golf course, European-style Spa, Fitness Center, and Sailing School.
First opened in 1883, The National Registry Of Historic Places has included The Sagamore among their outstanding collection of inns and hotels offering travelers the opportunity to experience first class service and comfort in settings that evoke the glories of America's colorful past. This treasured hideaway offers honeymoon couples a variety of luxurious accommodations, including the historic Main Hotel, or in one of seven Lodges. Half of these spacious suites feature fireplaces and terraces, and most have direct lake views. There are six romantic dining options, including lunch or dinner aboard a replica of a 19th century touring vessel.
There are plentiful sports and recreational diversions, including golf, tennis and racquetball courts, an indoor swimming pool and whirlpools, lake beach for sunning and swimming, boating and hiking trails. A 3,800-square-foot state of the art Fitness Center offers workout enthusiasts a panoramic view of Lake George and the Adirondacks. The rejuvenating Spa offers massages, European facials, herbal wraps, salt-glow and loofah scrubs, seaweed body masks, foot reflexology, hydrotherapy, and salon services.