And it's garnered modern-day acclaim: It's a AAA Four-Diamond rated hotel. Its 18-hole Leatherstocking Golf Course was voted one of the "Top 50 U.S. Golf Resorts" by Conde Nast Traveler... And it's a member of the Historic Hotels of America by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Not to mention, outfitted with a host of bars, a heated pool, fitness center, tennis courts, cable, and WiFi.
Put aside your hesitations that the Baseball Hall of Fame still hasn't inducted Pete Rose, save your pennies, and check out the hotel's awesome deal. For $1909, you and a guest will get some serious trimmings: A bottle of Dom Perignon upon check-in ("with keepsake Centennial-etched glasses"); two breakfasts and two dinners included; an arrival plate with yummies from the on-site patisserie; fresh flowers and nightly gifts, including an Otesaga blanket, free tickets to the Hall of Fame, an Otesaga tote bag with even more swag stuffed to the rim, and a baseball bat. Whew.
Plus the hotel will offer a 1900s-style menu, with dishes like caviar canapes and Lamb Chops Monte Carlo. Play ball!