Hampton Inn & Suites North Conway

Address: 1788 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway, New Hampshire, 03860 , United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1788 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway, is near Conway Scenic Railroad, Kahuna Laguna, Zeb's, and Echo Lake State Park.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hampton Inn & Suites North Conway

      Great place to stay

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      We had a great stay during February vacation. We got there early and were not able to check in which was a bit of a bummer, but we headed to go tubing and all was well when we returned. This hotel is great if you have kids however, if you don't, you may want to stay elsewhere. They don't play up the breakfast enough. There was plenty of food and also one hot item each morning. We never had a problem finding a seat. The room was fine. We were in a room with two queen beds and I brought a blow-up mattress for our third child. They do have cots but since I didn't put in a request earlier, there were none left. We did have to do some rearranging to fit the queen blow-up mattress but that was fine. I was under the impression that all rooms had a refrigerator but when we got to the room, there was none. I called about this and they sent one right up. The maid was great as she made different animals out of the towels and placed them on the bed for us to guess. This kids had fun with this.

      I wouldn't exactly call it a water park. More of a pool with two big slides. There was also another pool for the littler kids. Our kids had a blast so it was certainly worth it. I went down the slide once but the water was quite cold. They need to up the temp about 10 or 15 degress because even the kids were freezing at times. However, the kids really enjoyed it and we had to drag them out of there most time.

      I really have no complaints about the hotel. The people were friendly. I had quite a few questions about ski discounts and they were always happy to answer them. I found them to be very professional which was nice.

      We will definately be staying here next time we are in North Conway but next time I would get a suite.

      Good for kids 12 & under

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      Hotel was nice and new, pool/waterpark is for kids only, there is no pool for adults, game & fitness rms are very small, free breakfast is a good idea but not enough seating when the hotel is full on vacation weeks. overall I would go back for the kids they seemed to have a good time.

      Hotel was nice, but not really a "waterpark"

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      This hotel is new and clean. We stayed in a "king studio suite with pullout bed" that is supposed to be for 4 people - obviously aimed at a family of 4. The room was spacious, but the pullout bed was TERRIBLY UNCOMFORTABLE - and we are a family of 4 healthy people with healthy backs. I would definitely not recommend this a good sleeping option, but something to use in a pinch.

      Also, I think that calling the pool area a "waterpark" is misleading. It is two (very) small pools - one for young children with two small slides and a waterfall, and one for older kids and adults with two large water slides. The slides empty out into a very small pool that is off-limits for swimming. You are instructed to splash in and then get out (for safety sake, I'm sure). Both pools are shallow. While the pool area may be unique, it's no "waterpark." It's also way too chlorinated (all of the kids were coughing incessantly and complaining of burning eyes).

      The staff is responsive and friendly, and it's nice to have a free breakfast option. There is also a Dunkin Donuts several doors down, and a Friendly's across the street.

      Waterpark! Awesome!

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      Our family stayed at this Hampton last weekend. Chose it because they have lots of suites. It turns out they just opened a small waterpark instead of having a plain pool. The kids were amazed. Best hotel experience EVER for them. Staff were nice. It was weird to sign up for sessions but they explained it was for everyone to get a turn. We went back 2 different times with no problems. Already a Hampton, but with a killer WATERPARK. You gotta see this place!!!

      Nice and New!

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      We stayed at Hampton Inn because it was the newest resort in the North Conway area. We usually stay at the Holiday Inn Express next door (no complaints there) but wanted to try somewhere new. It was absolutely beautiful. Rooms were spotless, comfy sheets and beds, and immaculate shower. There was a gym with a couple of machines, not a full gym but it does the job. The hotel offers free continental breakfast with muffins, bagels, cereal, eggs, fresh fruit and ham. Beats going to Dunkin Donuts! Staff was polite and helpful. It also has a great location, right near all of the outlets and a couple minutes from North Conway's center. Only complaint was the tv channels! It was less than basic cable...including no MTV for parents with teenagers. However, for us a hotel is a place to sleep and nothing more. You don't go away to watch tv! Have fun!

      Nice hotel near a ski resort

      from

      Hampton Inn at North Conway, New Hampshire is probably the newest hotel near the Cranmore ski area.

      The hotel is new and convenient to shopping and ski. Rooms are comfortable, morning breadfast and lobby coffee are of the highest standard.

      High recommend this location for either summer hiking, shopping trips or winter ski trips stay.

      Nice and New

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      This hotel is very nice and new. The pool is still about a month away from being complete and does look as if it will be nice. We stayed in a King room on the third floor. The room was nice and overlooked the railroad. We were surprised to only have a shower and not a tub but asside from that the bathroom was very large. The breakfast was very good and had a large selection for all types of people.

      I would recommend that you stay on the 4th floor as there is alot of noise that comes from floors above. During our stay a hockey team was on the 4th floor and was very noisy.

      An unbeatable experience!

      from

      We have just returned from the Hampton Inn & Suites in North Conway. The staff was very professional and helpful. The property is clean and extremely inviting. We stayed in a KING SUITE on the 4th FLOOR. The cost was very reasonable. The room was very luxurious, but comfortable.

      I would recommend this property to anyone who loves the White Mountains. Unlike so many of the established Resorts and Inns in the Valley, this one shines with newness and hospitality! We shall return. And return very soon...

      GREAT HOTEL

      from

      Everything about the hotel was nice, the rooms, breakfast area and the location. Free internet access in their business center or wifi. The hotel is very well decorated.

      Beautiful Hotel

      from

      I booked this room before the hotel was even open because they were going to have an indoor water park and it was a brand new property. The water park did not get opened before our stay, but the rate was reduced accordingly. All the furnishings were lovely, the staff was kind and gracious, the continental breakfast included eggs and sausage, and was served in a great dining room that had a fire place. Would love to be able to go back and would definitely stay at the Hampton again.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn & Suites North Conway

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