The Historic Hotel Broadalbin
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Located in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains, The Hotel Broadalbin offers travelers a unique dining experience and comfortable place to unwind.
The Historic Hotel Broadalbin has remained a corner stone in the village of Broadalbin since its creation by C.W. Boss in 1881. Formerly known as the Osborne House and the Kenyetto Inn, it is the last of the three original hotels that flourished on Main Street in the village. This structure is particularly unique, as it has served as a variety of establishments. Contrary to the Hotels popularity during the Prohibition as a secret speakeasy, historians have spoken of its use as an institution that treated alcoholism and eventually becoming a sanatorium. It is rumored that the local undertaker became quite wealthy during this time period due to experimental treatments. Some speculate this may be the reason people believe the building to be haunted. The stories this building encompasses are endless, come enjoy a night at the Hotel Broadalbin to learn a new piece of history about this beautiful building.