Saratoga HotelsThe small town of Saratoga still looks a little like it did during pioneer days, with a classic small town America atmosphere in the charming main street area. Sitting in a valley, with dramatic mountain scenery as its backdrop, the town is close to many areas of natural beauty, with long hikes and calm, shady rivers to explore. This friendly town is popular with families, and is full of delightful historic sights and independent shops whose cast iron signs swing in the breeze. Things to seeThe Hobo Hot Pool allows you to enjoy warm, calming mineral waters in a peaceful environment, with a steaming hot pool for relaxing, and a slightly cooler pool for swimming and for young children to enjoy. This facility is free to enjoy, and open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, allowing you to take a dip in the rocky pools whenever you need to unwind. The small and charming Saratoga Museum charts the history of the town, with exhibits on the geology of the valley and its hot springs, as well as early pioneers and ranchers who lived in the area and helped shape it into the friendly town it has become. The local Blackhawk Gallery looks a bit like an old saloon from the outside, with wooden panels and a large porch, but inside it's an artistic space dedicated to Native American and western style art, with both new and established artists displaying their wares. Hotels in SaratogaIf you are planning to stay in the area then you can choose between several cheap hotels in Saratoga, with lots of motels and inns nearby. You'll enjoy a friendly welcome, with many hotels offering 24 front desk services, as well as tour and ticket assistance to help you plan your trip. You can also enjoy facilities such as free WiFi, complimentary breakfasts, guest parking, and air conditioning. Rooms are also well equipped, and you can often request adjoining guestrooms or suites for families staying together, as well as rollaways or cribs for the youngest guests. You'll also find in-room amenities such as private bathrooms with showers and tubs, complimentary toiletries, and cable television. Where to staySaratoga has a classic downtown area, some of which looks like it still belongs in the time of pioneers. You'll find bars playing country music, shops selling western wear and cowboy boots, and independent stores with wooden paneled fronts, many of them dating back to the 19th century and remaining well preserved. Outside of the downtown area you'll find sprawling suburbs with large detached homes offering mountain views, and if you drive out to the riverfront you can enjoy hiking along lush green trails that go on for miles, with the occasional log cabin to be found hidden in the tall trees. How to get to SaratogaLaramie Regional Airport is just a 90 minute drive from Saratoga, and has daily flights arriving from Denver. There are rental cars and private shuttles available, both of which can be booked in advance. Cheyenne Regional Airport is also a popular arrival point and is a 2 hour 15 minute drive from Saratoga, with flights connecting you to Denver and Worland. Some people also drive directly from Denver, with the journey taking about 3.5 hours through scenic parks and landscapes.