2013 FACT SHEET – THE OTESAGA RESORT HOTEL
|ADDRESS:||60 Lake Street, Cooperstown, New York 13326-1042|
|OPENING DATE:||July 12, 1909|
|ARCHITECT:||Percy Griffin, original
David Neal of S/L/A/M (Stecker, LaBau, Arneill, McManus) Architects, restoration
|INTERIOR DESIGNER:||Jeff Lincoln|
|GENERAL MANAGER:||James C. Miles|
|DIRECTOR OF SALES AND MARKETING:||Robert S. Faller|
|ROOMS:||135 guest rooms, including 20 suites|
*All rates are double occupancy, Modified American Plan (breakfast and dinner included), exclusive of tax and service charge. The hotel closes for the winter in December.
|AMENITIES AND SERVICES:||Telephones with voice mail and data port
Remote control cable TV with HBO
Central heating and air conditioning
Irons and ironing boards
Laundry and cleaning service
Nightly Turndown Service
|FOOD AND BEVERAGE:||Main Dining Room serves breakfast, buffet lunch, dinner and Sunday Brunch.
The Hawkeye Bar & Grill offers lunch and dinner.
The Lakeside Patio is open for lunch and dinner in summer.
The Leatherstocking Golf Shop Patio serves lunch and snacks.
Templeton Lounge offers cocktails, live music and dancing.
|MEETING FACILITIES:||The Otesaga has 13,000 square feet of meeting space.
Twelve individual meeting rooms, ranging from the 2,625 square-foot ballroom to spacious executive meeting suites, can accommodate groups of 10 to 300 people. Audio/visual equipment is available.
|RECREATION:||Leatherstocking Golf Course: Designed by Devereux Emmet in 1909, the championship 18-hole, par-72, 6,324-yard course is open to the public as well as guests of The Otesaga and The Cooper Inn. The course was named one of the ten best public courses in New York State by GolfWeek, and was ranked second overall in the New York region by Zagat Survey.
Hotel Facilities: The Otesaga offers an on-site outdoor heated pool, tennis courts, fitness center, lake swimming and canoes. Sailing, fishing and fly fishing are available by arrangement.
A few minutes drive from the hotel, the Clark Sports Center offers a complete range of fitness classes, squash and racquetball courts, an Olympic pool, climbing wall, basketball, weight training and other sports activities at a nominal fee.
|AFFILIATION:||Historic Hotels of America, National Trust for Historic Preservation|
|AWARDS:||AAA Four Diamond Award
Top 50 U.S. Golf Resorts, Conde Nast Traveler
Leatherstocking Golf Course – 4 ½ stars, Golf Digest
Leatherstocking Golf Course one of Golfweek’s best state-by-state golf courses in 2012
|Area Attractions:||National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Fenimore Art Museum
The Farmers’ Museum
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