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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. Great historic hotel. Very friendly staff!!
Boasting an on-site restaurant and lounge, a fitness center and a heated indoor swimming pool, Salem Waterfront Hotel & Suites is located in Salem, Massachusetts, 3.7 mi from Abbott Park. The fresh flowers at the entrance give a nice welcoming touch. The room was very very nice! There is absolutely nothing wrong about this place...right in the heart of Salem! Will go back for sure!
Located in Salem, a 10-minute walk from Peabody Essex Museum, The Hotel Salem has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. The staff and the location are just unbeatable!
Featuring a garden, a terrace as well as a shared lounge, Northey Street House is located in Salem, within a 10-minute walk of Peabody Essex Museum. Complimentary WiFi is featured. 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.
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. For a bed and bath we had a private bathroom, sink and TV. The bed was extra comfy. Continental Breakfast was provided with fresh coffee, juice and fresh muffins, choice of yogurt and more. Location is right next to Witch museum making it a perfect location to access all the sites in Salem.
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. This recently redesigned facility is beautiful, artful and interesting. The location is very good, and the staff very nice. The included breakfasts are fast, easy and delicious. Our room was spacious and very comfortable with a great shower. My wife and I enjoyed the room's little sitting area very much.
RiverView is located in Beverly. The air-conditioned property is 18 miles from Boston. The vacation home features 3 bedrooms, a kitchen with a dishwasher, a washing machine, and a bathroom.
Brewers Rest is located in Marblehead. The air-conditioned property is 16 miles from Boston. The vacation home includes 1 bedroom and a kitchen with a microwave and a fridge.
Sailors Loft is located in Marblehead. This vacation home also has free WiFi. This air-conditioned vacation home features 3 bedrooms, a TV, and a kitchen with a dishwasher.
Kindred Spirits is located in Marblehead. Guests staying at this vacation home can use the free WiFi and a fully equipped kitchen. The vacation home comes with a satellite TV.
There is SO more to Salem than the witch trials history. So many amazing stories, architecture, & entertainment options... it is truly a getaway from reality & makes you feel like you’ve stepped back in time to the 17th, 18th, & 19th centiries! I have been here twice now & plan on returning as soon as possible!
The town does not seem to have a clear united message about their opinions on/ties to the witch trials of 1692. There are some institutions trying to provide very accurate information about the town's whole history, and others just profiting off of people who love scary movies coming to Salem for the witch history. It is a little hard to find the truth. Regardless, very walkable and things are close together. Historic buildings are labeled which is nice. Very quaint and safe. A fair number of restaurants and coffee shops. Seems like if you had children they'd be very well entertained as well.
We were there during some winter weather, so many places were closed. This was disappointing, as we did not get to do some of our planned activities. We ate at Brothers, The Ugly Mug, Sea Level and Howling Wolf. Walking around was easy, everything was nearby. The murals were definitely worth the time.
Great town went midweek in January many attractions were closed. Most musems and historic locations don’t open up for the season until April 1st. Some locations are open on weekend Fri-Sun. We did we were able to go to the house of the seven gables very nice tour and grounds right on the water (don’t miss walking up the hidden stair case). The town has a ton of historical sights all walkable distances for the most part. The proctors ledge memorial is a bit further away, the site where witches were hung in 1692. Salem also has a ton of great shops and places to eat. Coffee shop try Jaho and for dinner O’Neil’s.
Many beautiful old buildings. The Peabody Essex Museum was great! Also The House of Seven Gables was fascinating,would like to see the gardens another time of year. In Danvers The Rebecca Nurse House is well worth a side trip. Unfortunately Salem gets overrun and has too much hokey witch stuff. All the people in restaurants we dealt with were great. Salem seems like a friendly mellow place.
Getting around Salem is easy we walked everywhere it’s a good way to really get to see everything Salem has to offer, I didn’t want to miss anything, the mueseums where nice to check out, but they close early so I would do that first when heading out. Don’t leave Salem without getting a bowl of clam chowder! Very good 🥣
9.3 Awesome 33 reviews
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.
8.3 Very Good 27 reviews
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!
9.6 Exceptional 68 reviews
Everything! It had a wonderful ambiance, feeling homey but updated and wonderful. The staff was amazing and was very helpful. The hotel became my favorite part of our trip (partly because of the amazing soaking tub!) Definitely stay at this awesome place, you won't regret it!
8.7 Excellent 623 reviews
The property was centrally located near all of the sights. The hotel room was very spacious, and beds were comfortable. Staff were very helpful and friendly. Only 30 minutes drive away from Gloucester and Manhasset By The Sea, 1 1/2 drive from Portland, Maine.
8.8 Excellent 367 reviews
The staff who serviced the breakfast area were friendly and helpful. They provided suggestions for things to see in the area and made sure that everyone had what they needed at breakfast. The hotel staff were friendly and helpful as well.
9.0 Awesome 621 reviews
Beautiful old hotel, in centre of Salem.staff were keen to make your stay enjoyable always on hand. Pleasant bar with good food.
9.6 Exceptional 71 reviews
The hotel was a friendly family run place. The owners were very accommodating and friendly.
8.2 Very Good 98 reviews
New artsy type hotel in town centre