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Courtyard Marriott Burlington Harbor

Wedding Weekend

The place is nice and clean. The halls are wide. The parking garage is a little contorted, but you can figure out where you are going eventually. Also, when we went, Cherry Street was closed, so it was a little difficult to unload - there was a special event going on for a few hours. Not normally a problem. We didn't use the gym or pool or eat at the restaurant. However, food is only from earlier in the morning til 10, then not again until 4 or 5 (which is why we didn't get room service).

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2 years ago


North Star Motel

Old-fashioned, cheap stay

North Star is an independent hotel, built probably back in the days, 1950's and 1960's when people began to travel more. Only minor improvements have been made since then. The room had a Westinghouse flat screen TV, but that's about the only change we could see. The door locks still use metal keys instead of more modern swipe cards. The beds were too soft, indicating the mattresses haven't been replaced in a long time. Continental breakfast is not available until 7:30 and consists of a limited selection of food purchased at the local Price Chopper. So why am I giving this a "Yes" in the "Recommend to a friend" category? It is inexpensive and convenient, right on route 7.

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2 years ago


Comfort Inn & Suites

good hotel, good location near mall, restaurants

good hotel, good location, near highway, near airport, near mall, restaurants, continental breakfast was not gourmet but good

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5 months ago


Courtyard by Marriott Burlington Williston

Very nice hotel quite clean and comfortable

We stayed here for two nights and the room was quite spacious and comfortable. Everything was very clean and the check-in and check-out was easy. Would definately stay here again.

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2 years ago

Pro tips from our travel blog: Everything you need to know for a perfectly rewarding trip to Burlington

Did you know that Burlington in Vermont is the birth place of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream? This is only one of the many fun reasons to visit Burlington. Another one is the fact that Burlington is home to three colleges and one university, a terrific arts and cultural scene, as well as great shopping opportunities and restaurants.

Where to stay in Burlington, Vermont

A visit to Burlington will not be complete without a trip to the waterfront, where you will find lakeside parks, the ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center, and lovely areas to relax and breathe in the fresh air around Lake Champlain. Furthermore, there are great hotels near Waterfront Park for you to choose from to make your visit to Burlington as comfortable as possible.

Many people visit Burlington for the events surrounding the University of Vermont, which is located in the city. Whether you are there for a sporting event, or visiting your child at university, you will certainly appreciate the myriad of hotels near the University of Vermont.

The Church Street Marketplace, located in Downtown Burlington, is an award-winning open air mall. Stroll around over 100 places for shopping or dining, listen to a bunch of different street entertainers and musicians, and take advantage of the free public Wi-Fi. It truly is a must for your visit to Burlington, and you will be happy to find that there are plenty of hotels near the Church Street Marketplace, so you are bound to find one that suits your needs.

3 and 4 star hotels in Burlington, Vermont

When traveling to Burlington you will want to make sure that your hotel suits your style and preferences. Choosing a hotel in Burlington can be difficult. Therefore, it is important to first decide on the number of amenities and level of comfort you desire. Should more amenities and comfort be of importance to you, you may wish to opt for a hotel with four stars. There are six 4 star hotels in Burlington for you to choose from.

If less is more, and you are planning on spending more of your budget exploring Burlington, you will be happy to hear that there are over 100 3 star hotels in Burlington.

However, if you are travelling to Burlington with your pet, one of the 24 pet-friendly hotels in Burlington will be perfect for you. In case the reason for your trip to Burlington is business-related, look no further. There are currently 35 great business hotels in Burlington to be found. Here, you can relax after your conference.

Hotels near Burlington International Airport

Burlington International Airport is a 24-hour airport serving destinations all over the US and Canada. The airport is within a ten-minute drive from Lake Champlain and the city center, but if you are arriving late or departing early you may want to check into one of the many hotels near Burlington International Airport. These will allow you to relax and catch up on your sleep without the worry of travelling too far from the airport.