Perfect for a romantic getaway. We booked a culinary queen room you have been recently refurbished nicely done. Nice pool facility the only negative thing was the hot tub was closed during are stay due to maintenance.
Very nice experience staying at this hotel. One fact many people visiting Vermont should be aware of, is there is a state law against any smoking in room at a hotel or in a restaurant. When checking in, the clerk was dealing with complaints of smoke smell coming from a room. She handled it well, ...
The location, the atmosphere, the staff, the service, the facilities, pools, are all pleasant and enjoyable. It feels local but service better than chains. ... Too many good stuff to list and I rather keep it as a secret ...
We stayed for a little getaway as a couple. The free dinner and drinks in the lobby was an excellent added value! And delicious! We loved the pool and hot tub and the spacious room. Very comfy. The only downside was that the cleaning staff tried to open the door to our room multiple times even before ...
No matter what type of traveler you are, there's likely a hotel in Essex Junction that will meet all your needs. Orbitz has 44 of them here, most of which rate highly for Hotel Staff and Location. Stay as long as you'd like — you won't want to miss ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center, Battery Park, Red Rocks Park and Oakledge Park.Where to shop in Essex Junction
Want to dress like a local or pick up some new duds? Head to Kohl's and Shaws Market. Jewelry stores like After Midnight Jewelers offer up pretty baubles and sleek accessories.
Buy the newest gadgets at Best Buy.Getting to Essex Junction
The most direct path to Essex Junctionis through Burlington International Airport and Plattsburgh International Airport.Arts and culture in Essex Junction
While getting to know Essex Junction, tour the exhibits at ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center, Ethan Allen Homestead and Robert Hull Fleming Museum to get your culture fix.
The quiet corners in Durick Library are an oasis for reading and a little quiet getaway.
Essex Junction is the home of University of Vermont and Saint Michael's College.Where to stay in Essex Junction
Whether you want to stay in the heart of all the action, or would prefer a quiet corner of Essex Junction, there's a neighborhood for that — check out South End.Where to eat in Essex Junction
You have to eat while in Essex Junction, so why not enjoy it? Grab a snack or order up some serious grub at ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center, Battery Park, Red Rocks Park and Oakledge Park.
Not everyone in Essex Junction calls it a night after sundown. Party with the night owls at Donny's New York Pizza & Sports Bar, Monkey House and Higher Ground.
Not everyone in Essex Junction calls it a night after sundown. Party with the night owls at Donny's New York Pizza & Sports Bar, Monkey House and Higher Ground.Outdoor activities in Essex Junction
Breathe in that fresh air at Battery Park, which offers a respite from a fast-paced lifestyle or packed sightseeing itinerary.Outdoor activities in Essex Junction
Breathe in that fresh air at Battery Park, which offers a respite from a fast-paced lifestyle or packed sightseeing itinerary.
Commodores Inn, by far, one of the best visits in a ski town we have ever experienced. The staff was efficient, so friendly from Maryjo, Michelle at the front, to Gregory, and Paul at the bar, to the female server with the big smile at the breakfast buffet. Rooms were very clean, cookies and coffee available at all hours. The pool and hot tub were an added bonus, as well as the pool table. The food was great at every meal, and prices were very fair. Had a less favorable experience at stowe mountain, due to being under new management(? ), so it was great to be able to come back to the room and have lots of things to do. The place was packed with people, but we felt like we were the only ones there, due to the remarkable staff and amenities offered to us. Thanks to all we have the pleasure of doing business with.
convenient to where I needed to be, room was fine and service friendly
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).
Great location in Burlington for our last night - close to the airport and other cool things (shops, wine bars....)