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Stayed here over school break with my boyfriend. Booked a room with a king bed and loved. Very charming old place with antique phones from the 1920s, great lobby and cozy rooms. New owners are doing a lot to fix the place up. Talked to...More
I really liked the fact that there was a good restaurant across the street so we could walk to dinner. Also a convenience store and liquor store across the street. As for the hotel, the lobby and halls are historic and attractive, but our room...More
I made reservations to stay there because I was planning on taking my young son to his 1 day competition which ultimately got cancelled due to weather. When I reserved the room, there was no mention made of the "must cancel 14 days prior to...More
The Herbert was just what I needed for me and my 9 year old. If you want a resort, stay slopeside and pay out the nose. If you want decent accomodations for a great price, stay 15 minutes away at the Herbert. Nice pre-ski breakfast...More
We stayed in a family room during a ski trip with four adults. The room was basic, but clean, and it had a giant closet which was perfect for storing gear, and made up for not a ton of space in the room otherwise. The...More
This is an old hotel that shows it's age, both good and bad. Wonderful woodwork details, large comfortable lobby, wide stairway and antiques scattered around the hallways. It's age shows in the bathrooms, carpeting, some of... More
This is an old hotel that shows it's age, both good and bad. Wonderful woodwork details, large comfortable lobby, wide stairway and antiques scattered around the hallways. It's age shows in the bathrooms, carpeting, some of the furniture and a lack of amenities. We've stayed there to ski Sugarloaf, only when other lodging is unavailable. It's okay for a few nights. The prices reflect that.
If you're looking for plush luxury accommodations for cheapo prices, you're going to be constantly disappointed.