If you’re looking for hotels near Saratoga race track, look no further. Our family-owned luxury hotel is perfectly positioned on Broadway, about a mile from the track as the crow flies.

We’re native Saratogians here, ready and eager to help you enjoy your Saratoga horse racing experience to the fullest — and that includes before and after the races, too. So how can we help you today?

When should I book my hotel for Saratoga racing season?

The earlier, the better! Avid racing fans will book their accommodation in Saratoga Springs as early as January or February. Saturdays tend to be the busiest, so if you’re new to racing, you may want to consider a mid-week visit. Learn more about booking your hotel near the Saratoga Race Track here.

What are the dates for the Saratoga racing season?

The 2020 Saratoga racing meet is scheduled to begin on Thursday, July 16 and end on Monday, September 7. *Please note: Dates have not been finalized due to COVID-19 pandemic. We will update as soon as a determination is made. For the latest information on the 2020 Saratoga racing season, view our Ultimate Guide here.

What is the Saratoga race track schedule?

During the meet, races are held every day apart from Mondays and Tuesdays. The gates usually open at 11:00 am and post time for the first race is 1:00 pm. There are usually 10 races a day with anywhere from 5-12 horses in the race. Learn more about a typical day at the Saratoga Race Track here.

Is there a dress code at Saratoga?

Yes and no! Dress codes at the track depend on where you choose to sit. The Club House restaurants tend to be dressiest areas, and it is not unusual to see wide-brimmed hats, fancy fascinators, ties, and blazers. If you’d rather not dress up, the Grandstand and picnic tables are much more casual. Explore the best places to watch the Saratoga races, including dress code details, here.

What do I need to know about Saratoga race track lingo, history, etc.?

Whether it’s your first day at the races or you’ve been coming to Saratoga for years, it never hurts to brush up on the basics. Get to know your acey-deucy from your yearlings, and the difference between a fast track and a furlong. 

See you in Saratoga Springs this racing season!


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