Travel arrangement site Trivago.com recently published a story, “The Hottest Natural Springs in America,” and included are the hot springs in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., along with a mention of the Delaware North-operated Gideon Putnam Resort & Spa.
“A fault line in the city of horse-racing fame, Saratoga Springs, allows heaping amounts of mineral rich healing water to rush to the surface,” the article said. “While these springs do smell a bit sulfurous, the odor is more than bearable. The taste of the water, however, varies from clear freshwater to a touch of salty or sodium bicarbonate. Bring a bottle of water to take home as a souvenir to bring the healing properties to family and friends. Visit the Gideon Putnam Resort & Spa, which uses the Saratoga Springs water for their very luxurious spa treatments or just soak away all your sores in one of their private bathtubs.”
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 the park – as well as 12,000 square feet of event space and a casual, onsite restaurant and bar, Putnam’s, serving locally inspired cuisine.