Welcome to Residence Inn Concord, your Concord “home away from home.” Residence Inn Concord aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Concord, Residence Inn Concord is located a short distance from New Hampshire State House (1.5 mi) and Mary Baker Eddy Historic House (1.7 mi).
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV and a kitchenette, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
The property also boasts a pool and free breakfast, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Residence Inn Concord, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out O'Steaks and Seafood South, one of the steakhouses that can be found in Concord, which is a short distance from Residence Inn Concord Hotel.
Concord is also known for some great monuments and statues, including Statue of Franklin Pierce and John Parker Hale Statue, which are not too far from Residence Inn Concord Hotel.
Residence Inn Concord puts the best of Concord at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
A six day stay revealed all the flaws. Saggy bed, pillows that flatten so as to be useless, water that never rises above lukewarm. Room finishes are rough: several drawers won’t open because something else is built-in and in the way.. Bathroom door required repair day one in order to allow it to close, which one must step over the toilet and into a corner to close. Don’t bother with breakfast unless you really want sausage, period. Housekeeping staff were courteous and efficient. Management would not do anything about an illegally parked car with its alarm going off every five minutes from midnight through 2 p.m. Even though the not electric Camaro was parked in a tow-way electric charging spot, management said the could do nothing “in case the owner was a guest”. Spoiler: we and everyone else were also guests and provided our licence info st check-in. At two in the morning all they would do was offer to check us into a different room, one with a better view of the car alarm... Inexcusable. Gave video and license info to the desk and... nothing. That car was there the whole stay. Never again.…
We stayed just one night and were very pleasantly surprised. This hotel has friendly staff, clean rooms and comfy beds. We liked the huge size of our room and it was just a king with a pullout. Very spacious and the kitchen is great. We also enjoyed dinner at The Barley House. The food and service both very nice.
This property is at exit 13 off I-93 which makes it very convenient for north/south travel. Close to downtown and the Common Man restaurant. The suites are large and well appointed. Some of the appliances are showing their age, as is some of the furniture, but the comfort is there. Marriott mattress for a good night's sleep. Option to have the staff stock your refrigerator if you are arriving late. The staff is very accommodating, friendly, and professional.
The inn was recently renovated and was lovely. On arrival we were greeted by Matt Ryan at the front desk. He a gentleman & made us feel welcome right away. We mentioned our trip plans to Vermont for our anniversary, we received our room key cards and took the elevator to the third floor. The room was well appointed and very roomy! We received a phone call from Matt. He had mentioned our anniversary to Cassie Rolland (GM) any were offered a bottle wine. This complimented the pleasant reception. We were offered a red or white wine. Mat arrived quickly with a bottle of Chateau Ste Michelle chardonnay. This was a fine wine and we enjoyed it thoroughly! There was a fire pit and that night we enjoyed watching children having smores. The morning we enjoyed the complimentary breakfast which was better than most which we had at other Residence Inns. The facility has a gym and indoor pool. All & all we recommend and would stay here again.…
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.…