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Saratoga Mayor Yepsen Cuts Ribbon At Restored Adelphi Hotel

The Adelphi, which is now a luxury hotel, re-opened to the public on Oct. 1.

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The Adelphi ribbon-cutting ceremony. (Lawrence White)
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Saratoga Mayor Yepsen Cuts Ribbon At Restored Adelphi Hotel

The Adelphi, which is now a luxury hotel, re-opened to the public on Oct. 1.

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A crowd gathers on Broadway for the ribbon cutting of the restored Adelphi Hotel on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017. (Lawrence White)

Saratoga Mayor Yepsen Cuts Ribbon At Restored Adelphi Hotel

The Adelphi, which is now a luxury hotel, re-opened to the public on Oct. 1.

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Mayor Joanne Yepsen with Simon Milde, left, managing partner of the Adelphi Hospitality Group, and Toby Milde, his son. (Lawrence White)

Saratoga Mayor Yepsen Cuts Ribbon At Restored Adelphi Hotel

The Adelphi, which is now a luxury hotel, re-opened to the public on Oct. 1.

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Regional media gather on Broadway to record the ribbon cutting. (Lawrence White)

Saratoga Mayor Yepsen Cuts Ribbon At Restored Adelphi Hotel

The Adelphi, which is now a luxury hotel, re-opened to the public on Oct. 1.

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Mayor Joanne Yepsen speaks to the crowd. (Lawrence White)

Saratoga Mayor Yepsen Cuts Ribbon At Restored Adelphi Hotel

The Adelphi, which is now a luxury hotel, re-opened to the public on Oct. 1.

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A crowd gathers in Morrissey's after the ribbon cutting for refreshments and tours. (Lawrence White)

Saratoga Mayor Yepsen Cuts Ribbon At Restored Adelphi Hotel

The Adelphi, which is now a luxury hotel, re-opened to the public on Oct. 1.

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Michael Ducamp, chief operating officer of the Adelphi Hospitality Group. (Lawrence White)

Saratoga Mayor Yepsen Cuts Ribbon At Restored Adelphi Hotel

The Adelphi, which is now a luxury hotel, re-opened to the public on Oct. 1.

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Samantha Bosshart, executive director of the Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation, holds a news clipping about the hotel, which originally opened in 1877 and was closed in 2013 for restoration. (Lawrence White)

Saratoga Mayor Yepsen Cuts Ribbon At Restored Adelphi Hotel

The Adelphi, which is now a luxury hotel, re-opened to the public on Oct. 1.

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Samantha Bosshart, Simon Milde and Toby Milde listen to speeches at the Adelphi ribbon cutting. (Lawrence White)

Saratoga Springs Mayor Joanne Yepsen officially re-opened the Adelphi Hotel on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017, snipping a green ribbon that was stretched across the front doors of the historic Victorian-era building.

At an outdoor podium on Broadway, Michel Ducamp, chief operating officer of the Adelphi Hospitality Group, welcomed the 50-plus Saratoga officials, media representatives and others in attendance.

“This is a historic day for Saratoga Springs,” Yepsen said, recounting the history of the Adelphi and then reading a proclamation that hailed the five-year restoration project. Other speakers included Samantha Bosshart, executive director of the Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation, and Simon Milde, managing partner of Adelphi Hospitality Group.

The Adelphi, which is now a luxury hotel, re-opened to the public on Oct. 1. Morrissey’s, a new bar adjoining the main floor lobby, is serving drinks and small plates, and The Blue Hen, a glass-enclosed restaurant behind the lobby, is scheduled to open soon.

Originally opened in 1877, the Adelphi is the sole surviving hotel from Saratoga’s Golden Age.

New York-based designer and architect Glen Coben of Glen & Company, and Dominick Ranieri Architect P.C. of Schenectady collaborated with the Adelphi Hospitality Group and re-imagined the hotel’s Victorian-style interior with a modern twist. From the lobby, a grand four-story staircase leads guests to the 32 rooms and suites.

See the Holiday Saratoga Living for a grand tour.

For more information, visit theadelphihotel.com or call (518) 578-6000.

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