Year-round entertainment — including a soccer field, seasonal outdoor pool and playground — help make the non-smoking and pet-friendly Holiday Inn Oneonta/Cooperstown a popular choice among our guests. Business travelers have the tools they need to stay productive at this two-story hotel, where all 120 rooms include free Wi-Fi, a desk, dual-line phones with voicemail, free weekday papers, a mini-fridge, microwave and coffeemaker. If you'd rather procrastinate, you have plenty of choices: flat-panel TVs with HBO in every room; a fitness center; a restaurant serving breakfast and dinner; and a lounge featuring a flat-panel TV, pool table, seasonal game room and daily happy hours. After breakfast, families head outside where their young ones can burn energy at the playground, on the soccer field or playing basketball or volleyball. Additional amenities include a business center and coin laundry. Parking is free. The hotel is off I-88, on a commercial route within a mile of restaurants, stores and a movie theater. SUNY Oneonta and Hartwick College are each about four miles away. Day-trippers make the 25-mile drive to Cooperstown, home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Downtown Oneonta, about two-and-a-half miles away, is a bohemian Catskills town with a burgeoning arts scene. Albany International Airport is less than 80 miles from the hotel. A "nice pub," "cheery staff" and breakfast "beyond expectations" make this Holiday Inn a pleasant experience for both business and leisure travelers.
Dogs of all sizes are allowed. Dogs are allowed for a pet fee of $25.00 per pet per night.
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