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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. Great location! Restaurant in the hotel. Onsite parking. Friendly, helpful staff. Very clean, inviting.
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 provides accommodations with amenities such as free WiFi... 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.
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.
Coach House Inn offers accommodations in Salem. A complimentary continental breakfast with gluten-free options is available. Some rooms have a seating area to relax in after a busy day. Scenic and simple one mile straight walk to all the sites downtown. great wholesome breakfast in the morning (eggs, muffins, croissant, yogurt , fruit etc) to get you going. Rooms clean and comfortable. Lovely and helpful owner:
Set in America's oldest seaport, only steps from famous sites, this property consists of 3 historical homes and provides a free daily breakfast and a number of amenities such as free WiFi access, free... Beautiful historic buildings in a beautiful city.
Salem is a delightful place. Everyone was so friendly. There is much more to do than could be accommodated by our 1.5 days there! Salem merits a second and even third visit. We ate at Brothers Taverna and were pleasantly surprised at the quality of the extensive menu. Will check it out for evening dining next time. The Portuguese selections were great! But the traditional menu was wonderful too. We also liked Finz, on the waterfront (Pickering Pier) and our stay at the Waterfront Hotel and Suites, also on the watrfront/wharf area. Shopping was fantastic! Not one bad experience in Salem. Recommend tour of House of Seven Gables. Otherwise, just ambling around and discovering the town was enjoyable. Who doesn't love the witchiy feel. Wisened and saddened by the history of the witch trials and hangings. Next time, some maritime activities -- a whale watch or ferry tour.
we loved the tour of the House of Seven Gables, we were not there to see any witches or their crafts. I did want to see the Witch Dungeon but we forgo it this time. I use a walker so it wasn't walking friendly for me
I adore Salem! Been there several times, twice in the fall. Halloween is a blast, but it’s also just a cool old city on the waterfront. Lots of interesting history, beautiful homes, great walking, fun shops. The House of the Seven Gables and the Peabody Essex Museum are great.
Couldn't help it - we were a tiny bit disappointed that the whole town wasn't stuck in the 1600's! There are lots of ugly modern building downtown, carelessly mixed in with places of historical significance, we really hadn't expected that - the town planners didn't really think things through! :) But loads of great architecture in the historic districts. Lots of great shops and the town does show respect for it's infamous history. The monument and burial ground are sobering, the Witch Museum and heritage sites are a must. There's the tacky side too, which is to be expected. And I kind of liked that. Think Halloween all year round.
Great town with lots of history! Dig deeper however to get past the commercialism of witchcraft. Keep in mind that there are many authentic and traditional shops/tours/guides that are true to Wicca. You just have to find them. Yet, there is more in Salem! There is a maritime history, resistance to the Stamp Act, and a great author who drew his inspiration from his home town. Definitely explore the historical side of the witchcraft trials and several other tragedies throughout the towns history that make you shiver, shudder and wonder. I walked away with a lot of my own theories and opinions based on my knowledge of history - will you too?
Salem is a great place to visit. Lots of things to see and do. Traffic is always heavy so it’s best to get a motel close to attractions so you can walk to them. You need more than one day to see it all.
8.9 Excellent 117 reviews
Wonderful B&B in every possible way. Impeccably clean room, eating area and bathroom. Like no one had ever been there before! Amazing period decor, so appropriately appointed and welcoming. Comfy room temp, quiet room. Owner, Pat, welcoming us like family and so connected/knowledgeable about Salem area. Really felt special!
9.3 Awesome 60 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.
8.2 Very Good 22 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!
8.9 Excellent 435 reviews
The bed was really comfortable, the room was gorgeous and the bathroom had been recently redone. The hotel was in a fantastic location near everything I came to Salem for. The staff were really helpful and kind. Couldn’t have asked for a better stay!
9.7 Exceptional 70 reviews
Awesome night in Salem at the Merchant! Bed so comfy, room amazing, great location and the staff are awesome! Chelsea was so helpful and informative. If I’m ever back in Salem this is the place I’ll stay!
9.6 Exceptional 72 reviews
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
8.1 Very Good 188 reviews
The staff was so welcoming and friendly and the decor of the hotel was super well done! I also loved the complimentary coffee in the hallway for the morning!
8.7 Excellent 727 reviews
The hotel is close to everywhere, and stuffs are very helpful and provide the tourist info for us.
9.1 Awesome 620 reviews
Beautiful, historic hotel with a great location for exploring downtown Salem.