Room was clean but a few issues. Sink refused to drain making it difficult to use. Sink water never got beyond merely warm. Water is "city water" so if you do not like chlorine etc take some bottled water with you. NO fridge NO micro. No hair dryer. No cofffee set up. And WHY do hotel designers INSIST on making the tiniest areas for the toilet and tub vs HUGE seperate sink areas? How much stuff do you NEED on the sink? How about USING all that space for a BATHROOM? Basic room for one night was OK. We stay at this chain often and this was even more bare bones than most of them.
Situated in Salem, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Canobie Lake Park, Rockingham Park, and The Mall at Rockingham Park …More
Very satisfied stay, I will return on business to this location often and I plan on giving this hotel my Business as they actually provided transportation for me to a local restaurant since I didn't have transportation. I was very thank full for that.
Great Breakfast, Clean rooms, Nice pool.
Traveller from Kentucky
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Mall of New Hampshire, Southern New Hampshire University …More
I have stayed in this hotel multiple times for an annual conference. It recently came under new management and has been upgraded in some ways. Pub has been updated and menu upgraded to a full service dinner as well as pub fare. We were very comfortable. Nice pool so bring your swimsuits!
Traveller from MA
Situated in Westford, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Westford Museum and Historical Society, Westford Town Common, and …More
The hotel is located right by Interstate 93 and it is very close to a shopping mall and great places for dining. I would recommend this hotel for someone in need of a place to rest between drives, but also wanting to go to a nice place to eat.
Traveller from Chicago
Situated in Nashua, this motel is 1.1 mi (1.7 km) from Pheasant Lane Mall and within 6 mi (10 km) of Green Meadow Golf Club …More
At the junction of the Nashua and Merrimack rivers, Nashua was originally part of Massachusetts until the state line was redrawn in 1741. Known as Gate City because of its central location, Nashua rose to prominence as a railroad hub and as a center for cotton manufacturing. The second-largest city in New Hampshire, Nashua is considered part of the Boston corridor technology hub.