Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Hotel Saranac Restoration Update Planned

Hotel Saranac postcard, courtesy of Nora BouvierHistoric Saranac Lake’s annual meeting will feature Fred B. Roedel III, Managing Member and CFO of Roedel Companies, who will present an update on the multi-million dollar renovation of the historic Hotel Saranac in the center of Saranac Lake.

“The re-imagined Hotel Saranac will be a historical, upscale, full-service property offering updated guest rooms, a fully restored grand ballroom, full service spa, elegant restaurant and a distinct and unique gift shop,” according to an announcement sent to the press. “The project also includes the construction of a parking structure that will support the Hotel.”

Historic Saranac Lake’s Annual Meeting will be held on Thursday,┬áNovember 12.The meeting is open to current members of Historic Saranac Lake. It will be held in the John Black Room of the Saranac Laboratory Museum, 89 Church Street, at 7:00 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. Space is limited, and reservations are required. Call (518) 891-4606 for reservations.

Founded in 1980, Historic Saranac Lake is a not-for-profit architectural preservation organization that presents local history from their center at the Saranac Laboratory Museum in Saranac Lake.

Hotel Saranac postcard, courtesy of Nora Bouvier.

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4 Responses

  1. Paul says:

    Sounds like this is a members only deal.

  2. tim-brunswick says:

    Got my fingers crossed cuz they’ve got a long way to go to bring it back to what it was better than twenty years ago. We were going to stay there last year and backed away from it because the on-line reviews were absolutely horrible. When we stayed there in the seventies-eighties it was incredible with a full-service restaurant and very attentive staff.

    • Terry says:

      Agree….the place was fun in the 80s when we stayed and bought gifts from the well-appointed gift shop (run by a caring individual)….fingers crossed for the best to come!!