We just returned from a trip to cooperstown new york and stayed at the cooper Inn. The staff was pleasant enough at check in but than we never saw them again!! It was very impersonable and they did not go out of their way to make you feel welcome. The rooms were small and though advertised as recently renovated they were shabby. The paint was peeling, the carpets worn and the decorations were sparse. The furniture was department store issue like you would see at a Howard Johnsons. The breakfast was a continental breakfast and nothing special. There was toast, english muffins a few boxes of cereal and a bowl of fruit. The Inn offered none of the niceties that most b and b's offer- afternoon tea, coffee, cookies etc. I definitely think that this place was not that great and very over priced compared to other places we have stayed.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Open year-round, the charming, Federal-style Cooper Inn is ideal for both business and pleasure. A member of the prestigious Historic Hotels of America, The Inn is a block away from the National Baseball Hall Of Fame. Voted the "Best Small Inn in the U.S." By Executive Traveler Magazine, its 15 guest rooms include telephone, free high-speed wireless Internet access, cable TV, central heat, AC, and private bath. Guests receive complimentary continental breakfast plus dining and recreational options at the nearby Otesaga Resort Hotel during their stay as well as free access to Clarks Sports Center. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Cooper Hotel Cooperstown