I am in Worcester frequently for work and stayed for first time at the Courtyard by Marriot. My new go-to hotel! Priced very reasonably, staff was beyond courteous and helpful - and location perfect. Lobby restaurant had good menu, excellent service and comfortable. Strongly recommend this ...
The Hampton Inn is a new hotel located in the City of Worcester. The rooms are nice and spacious, the staff is extremely nice and helpful, and they served a nice breakfast in the morning, including hot items. If you don't have a car, the hotel is not conveniently located. It is not within walking ...
We usually stay in the older hotels in Marlboro but we were excited to find out there are a couple new hotels to try. Hyatt was wonderful. They are professional and know how to treat a guest. The only improvement would be perhaps dimmers on the lights in the room. There is no way to use the bathroom ...
Had to pull off the highway due to exhaustion and found this convenient and pleasant. I did find a hair in the shower so I marked it down a bit but everything else was pleasant and routine. Easy check in and free wifi and parking.
Worcester is the "Heart of the Commonwealth" with half of Massachusetts to the west and half to the east. Known as the "City of Seven Hills," it offers visitors memorable experiences in the arts, science, history, and geography. Visitors to Worcester, MA, are able to stay within the city center at the Courtyard by Marriot, Hampton Inn, and Hilton Garden Inn Hotel. Three others are closer to hospitals and the biotechnology park: Quality Inn & Suites, Beechwood Inn, and Marriot Residence Inn.
American Antiquarian Society is convenient to reach by car, bus and taxi. Twenty miles of library shelves house documents about life and times of American people - colonial times to Civil War and Reconstruction years.
Blackstone River Valley National Historic Corridor begins in Worcester and winds its way through 24 towns and villages to Providence, Rhode Island. Historically, the river powered the Slater Mill in Pawtucket.
Higgins Armory Museum is the only museum of armor in the Western Hemisphere. It presents a history of metal craft, chivalry, knightly armor, and offers guests re-enactments of medieval events. High ceilings and Gothic arch structures transform the interior into the Great Hall of a medieval castle.
Elm Park is historically significant for being the first public park in the US donated by a private citizen. Nearby is Institute Park, the venue for weekend summer concerts.
Transportation is available from Worcester Airport and historic Union Station by train, taxi, car, and bus. Access to most places in the Northeast is available from Worcester, Massachusetts.
The only complaint is the non private barn door for the bathroom.
Huge basement rec room. Pool table. Huge screen TV.
All in all, this is a good place to stay for one night. It IS more of a motel than a hotel, as the entrances to the rooms are all from the outside. A little difficult to "schlep" a suitcase up the steps if one is staying on the second floor. The staff was friendly and helpful with directions to the "T". Also, Keith was particularly good about giving me directions to get to South Station.,
I am in Worcester frequently for work and stayed for first time at the Courtyard by Marriot. My new go-to hotel! Priced very reasonably, staff was beyond courteous and helpful - and location perfect. Lobby restaurant had good menu, excellent service and comfortable. Strongly recommend this hotel.