Saratoga Springs is located approximately 30 minutes north of Albany, New York state’s Capital city. Travel to and from Saratoga Springs is made easy through the various transportation options offered throughout the region including the Albany International Airport which is easily accessed by the Adirondack Northway I-87. Albany International Airport is serviced by several major airlines.
Major metropolitan regions including New York City, Boston and Montreal are approximately three hours drive from Saratoga Springs. Other Transportation options to Saratoga Springs include air, rail and bus services.
Saratoga Springs is also a gateway city to the Adirondack Park, a 6.1 million acre state protected area that is the largest national historic landmark in the United States. The Adirondack Park is home to some of the region’s most beautiful attractions including hiking trails, lakes, bike paths, scenic train rides, ski resorts, golf courses and Lake Placid, home to the 1932 and 1980 Olympics.
The Adirondack Park has been recognized as a top tourist attraction by various publications, including the designation of one of the “10 Great Places on Earth You Don’t Want To Miss” by USA Today in 2009. Guests at Pavilion Grand Hotel are only a short drive from the Adirondack Park via the region’s major interstate Adirondack Interstate I-87.