Roosevelt Baths and Spa Brings New to the Old with Renovations

Photos courtesy of Roosevelt Baths and Spa

Roosevelt Baths and Spa (Saratoga Springs, NY) is making the old new again with a slew of recent renovations. The resort, established in 1935, underwent a facelift with a complete renovation of all 42 treatment rooms, the addition of treatment offerings, and new experience services.

Most known for its mineral baths, the spa’s tubs are now fitted with new acrylic shells that protect the historic nature of the cast iron from the 1930s, while upgrading the spa experience. While soaking, guests can relax in their own world with new black-out curtains in each of the treatment rooms. The rooms were also enhanced with new furnishings and flooring.


To further celebrate its new look, the spa added new treatments to its extensive menu. New offerings include Himalayan Salt Stone Massage (90 minutes, $220), Heated Bamboo Massage (60 minutes, $155), Focused Tension Massage (60 minutes, $145), and Good Karma Aromatherapy Massage (60 minutes, $140).

The recent upgrades complement the major 2018 renovations at The Gideon Putnam, also located in Saratoga Spa State Park. With the most recent improvements, guests staying at The Gideon Putnam can now be effortlessly transported to and from the spa via golf carts, allowing a seamless and relaxing experience.

“Roosevelt Baths and Spa was designed to promote healing and relaxation, and these new upgrades continue to enhance that experience for our guests,” said Jared Taisey, spa director. “At the same time, we’ve stayed true to the authentic, historic nature of the property.”


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