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88 Ridge St Glens Falls, NY 12801
88 Ridge StreetUSNew YorkGlens Falls12801
(518) 792-1121queensburyhotel.com
Hotel, American Restaurant
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American Restaurant
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Conference Center
Banquet Hall
Centrally located between Lake George, Saratoga. Close to Six Flags Great Escape, West Mountain - Gore skiing, Saratoga Racetrack, Adirondiack Outlet shopping. 12,000 sq ft of meeting space on site.
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Grand 1920s hotel offering elegant traditional rooms with flat-screens, plus 2 restaurants & a pool.- Google
"It's quaint and perfect if you don't want the big chain vanilla experience."
"Oh we had the Pulled Pork Dinner wit 2x baked potato n ceasar salad."
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LaToya Nelson
a month ago
We didn't stay at this Hotel, but we came in last night December 25th 2015 to Celebrate my Christmas Birthday.We dined at Garden on the Park Resturant and our Food was Delicious the Service was Exceptional !!! Our Server Elijah workin 3rd shift had been workin All day but was on time n very Attentive to All guest tpo be the Only Server on Christmas Day/Night!! Oh we had the Pulled Pork Dinner wit 2x baked potato n ceasar salad... The Steak n Potato I had was done to Perfection!!! $20 tip
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Nick R
4 months ago
Tiny rooms, way to expensive, rooms are beat up( molding broken, door doesn't close or open right, walls are marked up, electrical working showing, plumbing is extremely loud (woke me up multiple times), bathroom was tiny and the shower didn't drain faster enough (almost flooded the bathroom), hotel is all together out of date.
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Garret Mulder
5 months ago
If I could rate this hotel any lower, I would. Absolutely horrifying. I feel like I have just been robbed. We paid $250 a night for a room with tiny little beds, filthy linens (stained with who knows what), the floor was too gross to even consider walking on it barefoot, the towels had yellow stains on them and were no longer white (they were more of a grey color). The staff truly could not care less or be bothered in any way. The final straw for us was the complete cover of dust on everything and the band aid we found stuck to the floor. Oh, and I forgot to mention the shower head came out of the wall when I turned the water on and I had to screw it back on. And they advertise free WiFi but good luck trying to connect. I stopped bothering. The building should be condemned. The owners should be ashamed of themselves. I couldn't be more upset over the whole ordeal and plan to make certain everyone is aware of this abomination they are passing off as a hotel! And don't tell me that it's an old building and "vintage", that's a bunch of garbage. You can't neglect the rooms for months on end (and by neglect I mean leave in filth and simply not clean) and call it "vintage". Please people, steer clear of this place unless you enjoy flushing your money down the toilet (and I mean that it every literal sense of the word).
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Ryan Potter
a month ago
The staff was very helpful and the rooms were well kept and comfortable.
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Roy Bendor
4 months ago
As I am writing this review, I am laying down on a bed in a room on the 4th floor of the Queensbury Hotel. Upon check in, the staff was extremely polite and accommodating. My girlfriend and I requested that a refrigerator be brought to our room (for an additional fee) and it was brought up promptly. The only complaint that we could find about the room is the lack of outlets. However, this was easily remedied as the maintenance staff brought us a power strip right away. The room is cleanly, pleasant and comfortable. The bathroom, while slightly outdated, is also very clean and serves its purpose. The room was booked at 80 a night including taxes, and for the money I would highly recommend giving this hotel a try.
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Nicole DuPont
6 months ago
Nothing like the pictures. When calling it seemed as if they didn't want us to check in at all. Upon entering the room we realized we had made the wrong decision. 1990 style tv. Rock hard matresses. Had to call twice to have the crib delivered. And the room smelled musty. The walls are also paper thin so during our first five minutes in the room we were called and advised that our 1 year old was bring too loud. Dog barking down the hall as she tried sleeping. And to top it off, no coffee for guests or continental breakfast as advertised. We cancelled and are heading to country inn and suites. Very disheartened.
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Bihua Liu
5 months ago
The stay was absolutely a nightmare... The room was so tiny and there is no room to put down all of our luggage. We wanted a crib in the room, but there is NO SPACE to fit the crib. It took 4 hours and many phone calls to request a crib. When the crib was finally put down, it blocked half of the bathroom door because the room was so small... The sheet has BLOOD STAIN on it. The bathroom has broken tiles everywhere. Carpet was so dirty you can't tell the original color/pattern. To make things worse, the hotel staff was so unprofessional. A guy name Blair was so rude to me. I was in disbelief how rude he was when talking to his client. I was so offended, and I didn't understand why he was rude to me. I didn't do anything that was out of the ordinary, and he started to give me really bad attitude... I think maybe he was just having a very bad day and letting it out on random people... It was such a nightmare staying there. I would stay away as far as possible.
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Jameson Chapman
8 months ago
Not for a business traveler. This place is old circa 1920s each room is a bunker when it comes to signal for Wi-Fi line of sight to ap from my room was 30 feet I step out of the room and full signal close my door and 2 bars . The business center is useable. But the niceties a business travelers are used to do not exist here. No free breakfast no inroom microwave or mini fridge so it's take out only here which gets old fast. It is nice for a couple on a weekend getaway or someone who enjoys the older era hotels.
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