by Mike Ewing
The Holiday Inn Concord – Downtown being situated right in the center of the town means that all of the attractions are easier than ever to access. In the town, spend a night out shopping at the small boutiques, catching a show at the Capitol Center for the Arts and something to eat at any of the great eateries around town. Back at the hotel, you’ll find newly updated rooms complimented by amenities such as complimentary Wi-Fi and access to the indoor pool to keep everyone entertained during downtime. The hotel also hosts its own restaurant, EJ’s on Main, for convenient dining when the whole gang is tired from their day out and about.
If you want to venture past Concord, you’ll find plenty to do outside the town’s limits, including exploring the NH Speedway, White Mountains and lakes of the region. Everyone can find something to love while staying at the Holiday Inn Downtown while being confident in coming back to comfortable accommodations each night.
Our Editor Loves
- Walking to shopping and dining
- Kids stay free
- Free Wi-Fi
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
by Tina M
We ended up at this hotel as the place we were supposed to stay was not going to work for us. We were tired from traveling and didn't want to drive to too many places and this was the first hotel we saw. We were happy they had a room even though we were shocked at the price. We had a 1 bedroom suite and I will say that the room was great. It was huge and very clean. The bathroom and soaking tub were awesome. Bed was super comfy and the kitchenette was handy to have. Biggest complaint was that we could hear every word that the obnoxious ladies in the room beside us were saying. We have had bad experiences at other places with these types of rooms and this was no different. We couldn't even sit in the living room to watch tv - and after paying almost $200 a night to stay in a room - it was really frustrating that we couldn't even enjoy it. The noise was so bad that we asked if there was another suite without an adjoining room but we were told there wasn't. We ended up having to go lay on the bed in the bedroom to watch tv - we could still hear the ladies with the bedroom door shut. Then the people on the bedroom side came home and we were pretty much ready to scream. They were loud at first but thankfully seemed to go to bed early. I'm not sure if all rooms were adjoining in this hotel - but I would check before booking a room here. I'm not sure how people can stand it. I would have given this hotel 5 stars if it weren't for the noise level.
I stay at this hotel 3 to 4 times a year when I’m in Concord for meetings. Last night will be my last time at this hotel. They are currently going through a remodel and I paid a remodeled room price and was given an old worn out room. The straw that broke the camels back so to speak was the constant faint pounding all night long. Who does remodel work in a hotel overnight? Plenty of other options in the area and I’ll be taking my business elsewhere.