Review of the Residence Inn North Conway, New Hampshire

Residence Inn White Mountains New Hampshire

This time of year, thousands of New England families make the annual pilgrimage up to the White Mountains of New Hampshire to visit the local family attractions.  From Story Land in Glen, New Hampshire to the Lost River in North Woodstock, New Hampshire, there are so many things for families to do in the White Mountains.

Years ago, the hotel options in this area were fairly limited, with most families either choosing roadside motels or family vacation home rentals.  But, as the activity in the area grew, so did the hotels.  Now, the streets are lined with independent and chain hotel options, and it’s really difficult to know which is the best for a family vacation.  We recently stayed at the relatively new Residence Inn North Conway, and it’s my new favorite option in the North Conway area.

Exterior of the Residence Inn North ConwayThe Residence Inn North Conway, offers family suites that are perfect for a family vacation.  We had  an executive king suite, which includes a full kitchen, a master bedroom with king bed (pictured above), bathroom, and living area with a fireplace and pullout couch.  Even with the couch pulled out for my kids, the living area is spacious enough to dine in.  The hotel offers free WiFi, and they can even provide groceries for you if you leave a list.  The Residence Inn North Conway also offers a complimentary breakfast each morning, a fitness room, an indoor pool, and a hot tub.

The location, right on Route 16 in North Conway, is perfect for a family vacation.  You’ll be just down the road from North Conway Village and the Settler’s Green Outlets, and just a few minutes from Attitash and Story Land.  There are plenty of other activities and restaurants nearby also.

Find out more about the the Residence Inn North Conway on their website.

Book directly with Marriott or check prices online at Expedia or Travelocity.

Disclosure: We were hosted by the Residence Inn for one night.

Article and photos by Jodi Grundig of Family Travel Magazine.

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