by Mike Ewing
The Residence Inn Concord is the premier location from which to visit family and friends or take in the surrounding area. Near the Manchester airport, the Residence Inn Concord is located conveniently along the Merrimack River near the heart of Concord, New Hampshire. From here, anyone can easily access the attractions in Concord, such as the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center. You can also venture out to the surrounding mountains to hike, ski and explore. Each room comes equipped with a stovetop and Wi-Fi, and all guests enjoy complimentary hot breakfast. The family can also spend time splashing around in the indoor pool while others work out in the fitness center. At night, feel free to venture out into Concord to discover some of its friendly restaurants and shopping centers. Whether you are looking to visit people in the area, explore Concord or get lost in the mountains, the Residence Inn Concord will provide the perfect home base for the family to explore.
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In my opinion, the Residence Inn (Concord, NH) is a well maintained, immaculate, and well managed hotel. The studio room is spacious, well designed, functional, and complete with a very efficient mini-kitchen.
I cannot remember retiring to bed at a Marriott Hotel, feeling like I was lying on a bed of Cinder Blocks, and waking up the next morning with a back ache (I don't think I've ever had a back ache before, but, I will remember this one). I don't know if this mattress is an anomaly, if all of the beds in the hotel need new mattresses, or if the hotel is staggering their replacement of mattresses; what I do know, is that getting a good night's sleep, is an important part of a hotel stay, and in this regard, the Residence Inn, Concord, NH failed. What I need is Tylenol and Ibuprofen (which I never take).
Breakfast was Marriott Residence Inn standard, and very well done (by the Concord, NH Residence Inn staff). Fortunately the leaders of Marriott International's LIMITED SERVICE BRANDS, who decided to replace freshly cooked oatmeal, with instant oatmeal AT (Marriott, formerly Starwood) ELEMENT HOTELS, appear not to have applied their flawed thinking and value engineering to their Residence Inn brand (yet). One can only hope that the flawed thinking of the Marriott International LIMITED SERVICE BRANDS is not applied to Residence Inn, when it comes to oatmeal.
In summary, outside of a terrible night's sleep, due to a bed/mattress made of Cinder Blocks, I'd give give the Residence inn Concord (NH) high marks. It is a well-managed hotel, and, in my opinion, the staff and management deserve recognition for a job well done.
We stayed for one night in this Residence Inn on a vacation to New England. This hotel is nestled between two other hotels, however it is very close to the interstate which is the only downfall to this place. The road noise inside the hotel was not terrible, however during the night it was noticeable. We have a very nice studio room on the 4th floor. It consisted of a couch, dining table, full kitchen, king bed, and a vanity outside of the toilet/shower room. This makes getting ready easier in the morning for us. There are no restaurants that are close by, which could be a problem if you didn't have a vehicle available. The hotel itself was very quiet and very clean. They served a very good breakfast. There were eggs, bacon, sausage, fresh fruit, breads, yogurt, hard boiled eggs and cereal. This place has everything you could want in a room. If anything, I would ask for a room away from the interstate.