The Williams Inn

1090 Main St, On-the-Green, Williamstown, 01267-2620, MA

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The Williams Inn is located on the campus of Williams College — perfect for parents visiting students! In fact, the hotel offers special treatment to Williams College families, with special family rates, welcome amenities, late check-out and the ability to earn free nights.

Accommodations include Standard Rooms with one king or two double beds; Superior Rooms, with more space and one king or two double beds; and suites with king beds, sleeper sofas, gas fireplaces, wet bars and Jacuzzi tubs. Rollaway beds are available for $25 per night, as are mini-fridges for $10.

Families can eat right onsite at The Tavern at Williams Inn, where typical pub grub is served. Complimentary breakfast, free Wi-Fi, free parking, and an outdoor pool are also available to guests.

Our Editor Loves

  • Williams College farmily perks
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Complimentary breakfast

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Pool
  • Refrigerator


Will Miss The Old Location

by Quest311265

A good deal of value for the money, even if updating was let go and quieter air conditioning units needed for awhile, Personnel were great and hard working. Rooms were clean. Liked having a pool. Food was only average and bar facility needs post-theater hours.

Rude clerk, musty worn ambience, no gym

by portiaandlouis

The clerk the clerk at check in was rude and acted as if we were an inconvenience for her—my wife has mobility challenges and couldn’t access our first floor room and it took wrangling to get a second floor room reachable by elevator; and it seemed by spite or intention that we literally got the farthest room from the elevator on the second floor. The coffee pods for the room machine were useless, tv was old. The hotel which will be closing in a couple days and opening up off of spring street, had the air of a mothballed room of antique furniture and attitudinal surrender—no one seemed to care about upkeep. There is no gym, etc. you get the picture. Hopefully all will be better at the new location opening mid-August