The Best Western Inn & Suites Cooperstown is perfectly situated in the heart of Upstate New York's favorite vacation destination. Close to leading businesses and popular area attractions, our newly renovated hotel features a host of spacious accommodations alongside complimentary living amenities. Whether it's your first trip or you're a seasoned Cooperstown visitor, our moderately priced hotel guarantees satisfaction. Located south of the Village of Cooperstown on State Highway 28 we are just 4 miles to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and less than 1 mile to Cooperstown Dreams Park, the hotel offers visitors a quiet, relaxing getaway that the whole family can enjoy. For business travelers the hotel provides a central location between Albany and Binghamton. Plus, shopping, dining within walking distance and many other visitor attractions all easily accessible from the hotel. All of our spacious smoke-free accommodations are beautifully decorated in warm, modern motifs and are well appointed with free wireless internet access, refrigerators, microwaves, hairdryers, coffee/tea makers, irons and ironing boards, flat panel television with cable and HBO. Start your day with our delicious complimentary breakfast which includes a variety of hot and cold items served daily in the Hartwick Room. Take advantage of our convenient business center, work up a sweat in our fitness center, plan an on-site meeting, or enjoy a barbecue in our seasonal outdoor picnic pavilion. Guests also enjoy access to the indoor swimming pool, game room and gift shop.
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Known as baseball’s birthplace, but home to so much more, Cooperstown is a place where legends roam hallowed halls, swing away on diamonds, and take to the stage under a canopy of stars. The historic village boasts a vibrant arts scene, excellent local food and beverage options, luxury accommodations, and, of course, more baseball than you can shake a bat at.