The building front looks great but you enter from the ugly parking lot back. The room we were put into (3rd floor corner) smelled of a ton of mildew and was cramped with an extra bed. This poor room was given to us even though the Inn was virtually empty and the night mgr could easily have put us into a nicer space; thus, I'd have to rate this Inn's service as mediocre, in comparison to the many places of similar price range at which we've stayed. The cramped breakfast dining area was right on top of the kitchen swing doors, so there was a constant unpleasant view while eating. Breakfast was less fancy than your standard low cost biz hotel buffet setup, just some raisin bran, corn flakes, and a plain quiche. It's an OK place but definitely not worth the price point.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Inn at Cooperstown is a lovely historic hotel located in the heart of the village just a short walk from the National Baseball Hall of Fame and many fine attractions, restaurants, and shops. This award-winning structure was built in 1874, fully restored in 1985, and is thoughtfully updated on an annual basis. The Inn has the warmth and comfort of a home. Eighteen spotless guest rooms, all with private bathrooms, air conditioning, and flat panel televisions, are individually decorated with many charming touches. Unwind in a rocking chair on the front porch or enjoy the fireplace in a cozy sitting room after exploring the village of Cooperstown. Experience Cooperstown with one of our unforgettable and exclusive packages. The hotel is open year-round and offers amenities including free Wi-Fi, off-street parking, handicap accessible rooms, and family friendly accommodations. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Inn At Cooperstown Hotel Cooperstown
- Inn At Cooperstown
- Bed Breakfast Cooperstown