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This Salem, Massachusetts hotel is located just 591 feet from the Salem Witch Museum and Salem Common. It features an on-site restaurant and bar and free Wi-Fi access in every room. Amazing location. Walking distance to everything we wanted to do and free parking: we were able to store our luggage while we waited for really check in so we could explore Salem. Room was super comfortable and clean, 2 bathrooms available. Beds were comfy. They added a fridge for no charge for me. Staff was friendly and helpful, got free water bottles when we checked in. Really cool hotel, loved the history of it and how it was decorated Hotel restaurant was great as well.
Featuring a bar, terrace and views of city, The Hotel Salem is located in Salem, a 10-minute walk from Peabody Essex Museum. I arrived at the location at 2 am on 12/6, and the front desk employee was so nice. She made open the doors and made sure we knew exactly how to find the hotel. Her name was Courtney if I’m not mistaken, suck a wonderful worker.
Located in Salem in the Massachusetts region, with The House of the Seven Gables and Peabody Essex Museum nearby, The Daniels House Bed and Breakfast provides accommodations with free WiFi and free... Patrick and Adele have done an amazing job transforming this old witchy house into a warm and inviting place to stay. We were only in Salem for one night but we are so glad we stayed at Daniel's House and experienced some of the history of Salem. The house has been very well preserved and show cases some of America's oldest artifacts. The bed was very comfortable and Patrick's baked eggs for breakfast were delicious! The hospitality was outstanding.
Located in Salem, a 6-minute walk from The House of the Seven Gables and half a mile from Peabody Essex Museum, The 1813 Daniel Lawrence House offers free WiFi and air conditioning. I loved how easily accessible the place was, how the facilities were both well stocked & very convenient, and how any questions I had were answered by a few friendly notes around the property.
Located in Salem, near Peabody Essex Museum, The House of the Seven Gables and Salem Witch Museum, Northey Street House features free WiFi, and guests can enjoy a shared lounge and a garden. Flora was so welcoming to my children and myself. Room was clean and comfortable. Breakfast was outstanding. The homemade muffins and scones were delightful and yummy and my children even asked for seconds!! If ever we return to Salem we will definitely stay here again. Walking distance to town. I highly recommend this B&B. You won't be disappointed.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, The Merchant offers accommodations in an historic building in Salem. Each room has a flat-screen TV with cable channels. An incredible place to stay while in Salem. The staff were amazing and were so helpful providing us with a list of restaurants open nearby. We originally chose one of their magnificent King rooms but after arriving and doing some research we found out about the Washington room. The owners were so kind they allowed us to upgrade on the spot and we were able to sleep in the room where George Washington stayed! Everything about this stay was perfect and we will definitely be coming back!
Oceanfront Salem Condo w/ Deck, Walk to Beach offers accommodations in Salem, 1.6 miles from The House of the Seven Gables and 1.8 miles from Peabody Essex Museum.
Located in Salem in the Massachusetts region, Salem Condo w/ Ocean Views - Walk to Beach! features a patio and city views. Guests might enjoy the free WiFi throughout the property.
Located in Salem, a 6-minute walk from Peabody Essex Museum and 0.8 miles from The House of the Seven Gables, Capt Bertram Manor - Heart of Salem, KingBed, 89 Walkscore!
Offering free WiFi and free private parking, Belle Femme is located in Salem, just 1.1 miles from Peabody Essex Museum.
Located in Salem, an 18-minute walk from Peabody Essex Museum and 1.1 miles from The House of the Seven Gables, Broom & Board offers free WiFi and air conditioning.
Located in Salem, a 6-minute walk from The House of the Seven Gables and half a mile from Peabody Essex Museum, The 1813 Daniel Lawrence House offers free WiFi and air conditioning. I loved how easily accessible the place was, how the facilities were both well stocked & very...
Located in Salem town center, Stepping Stone Inn offers free WiFi access and free continental breakfast. Guests at this pet-friendly property are greeted by the two resident cats. Staff really helpful. Great location. Free parking and entry to witch museum.
On average, 3-star hotels in Salem cost $232 per night, and 4-star hotels in Salem are $241 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Salem can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
I love Salem, especially the Peabody Essex Museum, the Old Burying Point, the Hawthorne Hotel, the general bookshop on Essex Street, Red’s Sandwich Shop, Old Maine Street Pub and the Ugly Mug diner.
Salem is a quirky, working-class, very accepting, harbor town with a great deal of history and kitsch. Salem has a rich sea-faring history which can be viewed at the the Peabody Essex Museum and the historic site at Derby Wharf or on one of the many tours of the McIntire era homes. If you're more into the sensational, Salem offers plenty of witchcraft and pirating-related history and entertainment venues for all ages. Salem is a wonderfully walkable city with cobblestones, brick, and cement walkways so be sure to bring a good supportive pair of walking shoes. There are also plenty of shops, excellent food, and breweries to stop at and catch your breath. If you're traveling with kids (or kids at heart) a trip to the Salem Willows is a must for the arcade, food stalls, popcorn, and don't miss the fried seafood at the Clam Shack. Photographers won't want to miss a daytime visit to the Punto Museum of outdoor art in the Point Neighborhood of Salem. Truly one of Salem's hidden gems.
Salem is such a fabulous town! Very historic and some of the buildings are dated with year built and what the proprietor of that house did for a living. The Salem witch museum however closed, still boasted fabulous architecture. Check out Proctors ledge, the hill where they hung 20 innocents during the Salem witch trials of 1692. The actual house of John Proctor is still available to be seen in Salem. Salem is definitely a place to visit in the off-season if you don’t like crowds around Halloween.
A lot to do year around. We went in February for 3 days and always had something to do. Everything was within walking distance from our hotel (Hawthorne). Highly recommend staying somewhere with a parking lot. Walking is definitely the way to go. We loved the Bit Bar. Amazing food, drinks, and arcade games.
We took the Salem Night Tour and Lemaris was our tour guide. She was wonderful. This tour was well worth the money. So much to see and do we also had a psychic reading at Angelica of the Angels 192 Essex Street. She was so sweet and really scary good . She was just wonderful and knew stuff that no one else would know. Be sure to go to the Peabody Essex Museum and the Salem Witch Museum and Turners Restaurant is a great place to eat-great food and great staff. We loved the Hawthorn Hotel. You can walk to everything from there.
I am biased towards Salem as I have visited the city many times over the years, and stayed at many locations there by myself or with friends. There is so much to do and see in Salem, including all the shops, dining, and culture (I highly recommend visiting the Peabody Essex Museum.) The only thing I would have to offer a small recommendation to travelers is that if you're looking for a peaceful stay, don't go during Halloween, gets a little crazy that time of the year, but that's also part of Salem's history and charm.
One of our favorite hotels ever and we have travelled extensively. This is our new go to hotel for the area. We will be back! The merchant has beautiful architecture and design. Great staff. We had a wine and cheese night in the beautiful parlor one stormy night and it was absolutely perfect for capturing that October Salem vibe. The rooms seem to be very well sound proofed and we did not hear a peep from any other guests even though the hotel was fully booked all 4 nights we stayed.
Patrick and Adele have done an amazing job transforming this old witchy house into a warm and inviting place to stay. We were only in Salem for one night but we are so glad we stayed at Daniel's House and experienced some of the history of Salem. The house has been very well preserved and show cases some of America's oldest artifacts. The bed was very comfortable and Patrick's baked eggs for breakfast were delicious! The hospitality was outstanding.
This is an absolutely lovely B&B in a house built in 1809. The host, Flora, is friendly, helpful, and makes superb muffins. You're right in the thick of things, a short walk from the waterfront and its restaurants, and close to museums. Salem is a great small city; but don't miss the ferry to Boston, it's spectacular.
This apartment is in the perfect location with just a short walk to the museum's, restaurants, high street and boardwalk. It's very spacious for a top floor apartment and our host, Alex, provided us with all the information we needed before and during our stay. If we visited Salem again, we would still stay here!
Friendly staff, stunning room with kitchenette (the bed was SO comfy!), tasty breakfast with good options, pretty courtyard (we sat out for breakfast but also took take-out there one evening, it was super chilled) and fun wine and cheese nights. If I visit Salem again (which I'd love to) I'd stay here.
Hosts were attentive but left us to our own devices but they were there if we needed them! Very knowledgable about the area and the hotel is right next door to the Salem Witch Museum
Fantastic location, amazing comfortable bed, really clean hotel, staff were very friendly and helpful, would definitely recommend and would definitely stay again. 😁
The hotel is close to everywhere, and stuffs are very helpful and provide the tourist info for us.
Beautiful, historic hotel with a great location for exploring downtown Salem.