Visiting Utica via Union Station and looking for somewhere to stay? Look no further, as the Utica DoubleTree by Hilton is there for all of your traveling needs. This historical hotel was built in 1912 and was favored by famous figures, such as Judy Garland, Amelia Earhart and President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Staying at the hotel is both a comforting and historical experience. The DoubleTree has several fantastic amenities, including a 24-hour fitness center, Wi-Fi, an On-site restaurant and much more. The hotel is known for having friendly and professional staff that make your stay exceptional. On top of great service, staying at the hotel is comfortable and cleanly. Rooms at the DoubleTree offer multiple options from king beds to queens, in which some rooms include panoramic views of the city.
If you’re getting hungry and interested in delicious meals and drinks, the hotel hosts Iconic by Chesterfield, a restaurant and bar. In the morning, the hotel restaurant serves made to order breakfast. During the night, you can find the new handmade bar, serving drinks, as well as a dinner menu. The bar is open from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. each night.
While visiting Utica you may be wondering what else this wonderful city has to offer. With so many restaurants and attractions, there is much to do. For example, the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute is just within a mile of the hotel. Click here to learn more about things to do in Utica.
“The beauty of the hotel is met by kindness and professionalism of the staff. They make you feel as if your stay is the most important.”
—Heather P., Google