Right in the middle of downtown salem. Close to everything. Walking distance, we literally walked all over town. Brand new hotel, just opened this month, stayed in the 3rd floor. Unique,trendy retro chic modern hotel. Dufferent from the rest of the town but it gives salem a little bit of the modern ...
I was a little nervous to stay here after reading the other reviews but honestly it wasn't that bad. The room was very clean but really just had the basics, although for the price I wasn't really expecting more. The only thing I didn't like was the mattress was extremely hard so it was hard to get ...
Comfortable bed and breakfast. Food was good, and staff was accommodating. We had to book an early flight and arrived to salem at 11 and it was raining (we took a train instead of a lyft or else we would've arrived at 10am). Hotel staff did let us know check in isn't until 4pm and our room was barely ...
We had a great stay! The apartment was in a perfect spot in Salem, walking distance to just about everywhere we wanted to go. The neighborhood was quiet, the apartment was clean and spacious. There was ample street parking. The place was clean, very spacious, and it was a perfect alternative to a ...
Salem, Massachusetts, is the famous home of the historic 17th century Salem Witch Trials. This New England hamlet is filled with historic bed and breakfast inns like the Hawthorne Hotel, the Morning Glory Bed and Breakfast, and the Amelia Payson House. Most hotels Salem are historic homes refashioned into some of the most unique accommodations in Massachusettes. Travel to Salem to experience its long history at the many local museums, landmarks, and local theater performances.
Salem hosts many annual events that attract thousands of visitors each year. Guests at hotels in Salem will enjoy the Haunted Happenings festival, the Psychic Fair and Witchcraft Expo, and several local haunted tours at historic landmarks.
The 43 Church steakhouse restaurant in the historic Lyceum Hall serves American cuisine and is conveniently located near many Salem hotels.
Cry Innocent is a live reenactment at Old Town Hall of the famous witch trial of Bridget Bishop. This live reenactment is both fun and educational, but may be inappropriate for young children.
Historic Front Street is a filled with many specialty shops like the Boston Bead Company. Visit the Broom Closet on Essex Street to browse various witchcraft essentials, or stop by the oldest candy shop in the country, Ye Ole Pepper Company on Derby Street.
As with most New England towns, sailing is a popular sport, and the Pickering Wharf Marina offers several companies available to book private charters. Golf enthusiasts will enjoy the 9-hole Old Salem Greens Golf Course on Wilson Road.
This hotel made a difficult visit to Dana Farber a fun Boston experience. The staff, décor, and bar were so retro in all of the right ways.
We had a very pleasant stay here and would go back when revisiting Boston.
This hotel is really convenient for getting flights at odd hours. They need to provide free internet. It is simply not acceptable.
In town to watch the Christmas Eve Patriots game. Hotel was easy to get to. The room was very roomy, clean and comfortable. The hot breakfast was excellent....well stocked and fresh.....attendant was very friendly and kept things full and clean.....room was airy and inviting. All of the staff we encountered were friendly and helpful. We will definitely stay here again the next time we are in this area.