BEST WESTERN PLUS Waterville Grand Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Waterville Grand Hotel
Travel Blogs from Waterville
Our little travel group has grown to ten! A few new additions . . . We've been planning this adventure since last fall . . . And now it's just around the corner! We'll spend a couple of days in Venice (been there before and swore we'd come back to this magical place!) . . . Then we'll hike for a week in the Dolomites. And ...
... to have to tell a fib about having fresh fruit when we crossed the border!!) We saw lots of signs where they were selling 'wild blueberries' in Canada and the USA, but this was the only real farm market that we saw!
The blueberry pepper jam was just itching for some cream cheese and a cracker!! We took some pictures. A local pulled in and saw the four of us each taking pictures of the couples and he ...
... in Rhode Island, both to eat brunch, as well as to stop in the 3rd of 4 states that I had never visited with the Long-EZ.
In order to do all this, I knew we would have to fly on instruments, something I have done only rarely in the past while on Flyabouts.The first flight was humorously short, even though it was going to another state. We would leave Groton, fly out over the ocean, then turn and shoot the approach back in ...
In last evening's post, I forgot to mention that Rhonda pulled a fast one of four guys taking a look at the Corvette outside the British Beer Company restaurant where we ate in Portsmouth, NH. We just happened to have a table where we could see the car parked on the street outside the restaurant. I lucked out on finding a perfect spot. Anyway, there were four men taking a hard look at the Corvette and had been discussing and viewing from front to side to ...
Usually I love celebrations. Whether it's in Peru or Ecuador, being swept up into one of their frequent parades (often with a religious theme), or in Thailand for Songkran, their Water Festival, or in India for Holi, their Festival of Colors, I love joining in with happy people laughing and singing and dancing. Having grown up in a fair-sized city, yet living in a rural area for a quarter of a century, there are times when I hunger ...