A Hotel Fit for the Hall of Fame

With baseball season now in full swing, The Otesaga Resort Hotel in Cooperstown, NY—home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame—opens today for its 100th season.


To celebrate this landmark anniversary, The Otesaga will be offering its guests beverage and dining menus that feature authentic selections from the 1900s, as well as a host of other centennial-themed events and room packages. Highlights include a “Cooperstown Museum Experience Package,” “VIP Centennial Package,” “Turn Back the Clock” rate offer, “Unlimited Golf Package” and “100th Anniversary Romantic Overnight Special.” For more details on these packages, visit www.otesaga.com.

Located in historic Cooperstown (named for author James Fenimore Cooper of Last of the Mohicans fame), The Otesaga provides an elegant, old-style setting for exploring the village’s famed cultural and educational institutions. In addition to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Cooperstown is also home to the Fenimore Art Museum and Farmers’ Museum, as well as an array of recreational facilities, including the award-winning Leatherstocking Golf Course.

This grande dame of Upstate New York resorts, built in classic Federalist style, occupies 700 feet of lakefront on the southern shore of Lake Otsego, the famed "Glimmerglass" of Cooper’s novels.

For more on travel to Cooperstown, visit www.cooperstowngetaway.org.

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