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Adventure Suites

Adventure Suites Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Adventure Suites is a truly one-of-a-kind upscale property. All of the hotel's 17 suites are unique, and completely decked out according to their themes. Each one has a different theme, from a romantic wine cellar, to a treehouse for the family. There are also plenty of amenities: all suites have hot tubs in assorted shapes and sizes, and the Victorian lobby has a massive DVD library. Make-your-own breakfast and coffee are served in a 1950s-style diner and snacks are provided in the evening, though there isn't a restaurant on-site. Outdoor activities include sledding in the winter and horseshoes or s'mores by the fire in the summer. Adventure Suites fits the bill for an out-of-the-box experience, thanks to all those extra touches. Rates can be pricey, though, so guests who would rather forgo the novelty of themed suites for a lower bill should check out the nearby Cranmore Inn.

Six South St Hotel

Six South St Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Six South is a modern boutique hotel in Hanover; its prime location within walking distance of all parts of the Dartmouth campus make it a popular choice among visiting parents and alumni. Modern, spacious rooms have iPod docks, large flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi (although some may not appreciate the low lighting). The common areas -- such as the lobby (complete with reading nooks and free coffee) and the small fitness center -- are sleek and contemporary as well. Some still prefer the nearby historic Hanover Inn (which underwent a major renovation), but Six South's pet-friendly policies and fresh vibe add to its appeal.

Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa

Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A solid option for families and travelers who want a quiet getaway, the historic Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa has plenty of activities in a quiet and peaceful environment. This large resort is in a secluded mountain setting and many of the rooms have gorgeous alpine views. Despite its remote location, there's plenty to do both at the property and at nearby ski resorts. While the resort is particularly popular with golfers and skiers, guests who just want to relax indoors can take advantage of the Mountain View Grand's large spa, multiple lounge areas, library, and small movie theater. However, decor isn't as upscale as one may expect for rooms at this price.

The Stonehurst Manor

The Stonehurst Manor Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Stonehurst Manor is a charming (verging on dated) mid-range option for those looking for a unique but reasonably priced place to stay. With only 26 rooms, and full-service breakfast and dinner included in the rates, this hotel has a cozy bed-and-breakfast vibe. Each room is unique, with its own distinctive character, and guests will be able to find a number of options to suit their style and budget. However, many feel overall the decor is dated; picture older wood furniture and lots of florals.

Omni Mount Washington Resort

Omni Mount Washington Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Set against the backdrop of the White Mountains, just off the main road, the enormous Omni Mount Washington Resort is impossible to miss. It's an ideal spot for travelers looking for an cozy experience in a historic setting. While the hotel is one of the most expensive in the White Mountains, its numerous amenities and activities, coupled with its classically decorated, upscale accommodations, make it worth the extra cost for many travelers. The resort is popular with families, couples, and large groups, and its on-site nine- and 18-hole golf courses, and proximity to local ski resorts, make it popular in winter and summer alike.

White Mountain Hotel and Resort

White Mountain Hotel and Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

For travelers looking for easy access to ski resorts and golf, the White Mountain Hotel and Resort is a solid mid-range option. The resort is just a few minutes away from several ski lodges, and there's a golf course right on the property. On-site spa services, an outdoor swimming pool with heated whirlpool, and a game room with arcade-style video games are all also available. Although standard rooms are on the small side, suites are spacious and offer beautiful mountain views. Room decor feels a bit dated to some -- picture floral patterns and older flat-screen TVs -- but four-poster beds are a nice touch.

Attitash Mountain Village

Attitash Mountain Village Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Attitash Mountain Village is a mid-range property consisting of independently-owned accommodations which the owners rent out when they're not using them, similar to a timeshare. As a result, each room, suite, or townhouse is completely different from the next in terms of decor and layout. Some rooms are in great condition, while others could use upgrades. Full kitchens, washers and dryers, and private balconies are available in some units, but are not standard. The on-site restaurant, Matty B's, gets mixed reviews. Features are of the après-ski variety, as most guests visit the property for fast access to skiing and hiking in the White Mountains. There's a dry sauna along with indoor and outdoor hot tubs and pools for soaking sore muscles. Free Wi-Fi and parking are nice perks.

Eastern Slope Inn

Eastern Slope Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

With rooms to fit every budget and many restaurants and shops within walking distance, the Eastern Slope Inn is a great option for families, couples, and solo travelers who like to get around on foot. Located in the heart of North Conway Village, this mid-range hotel is convenient for shopping and exploring the small town, as well as for skiing, golfing, and taking part in other outdoor activities. A wide variety of lodging options is available, from older standard rooms to large suites and newer studios equipped with kitchens, fireplaces, and whirlpool tubs. Overall, decor is bland, but the indoor pool and fitness center are nice perks.

Ale House Inn

Ale House Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The cozy 10-room Ale House Inn -- more suited to adults than families -- is housed in a historic 130-year-old former brewery warehouse a block from downtown Portsmouth. Room decor is minimalist, hip, and chic, but there isn't much to this boutique hotel other than a small lobby and common area with free snacks. There is no on-site restaurant or bar, but the Market Square District location means shops and dining are nearby. The hotel gives free tickets to the Seacoast Rep Theater, which is located on the ground floor, and a free local beer upon arrival. Each room is equipped with a pre-loaded iPad that includes a ton of information about Portsmouth.

Mountain Club On Loon

Mountain Club On Loon Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Mountain Club on Loon is an mid-range, somewhat dated resort located in the White Mountain National Forest. It's a nice getaway for travelers looking for scenic views and outdoor adventure any time of the year, but it's especially popular with families during the ski season. While the decor in some of the 117 units can be drab, the property's location on the mountain and the amenities are hard to beat for the area. There are ski trails right in the hotel's backyard, and the room rate includes use of the hotel's sauna, steam room, and whirlpool. Spa treatments are also available for an extra fee. The hotel offers rooms and suites, which are individually-owned in the style of timeshares. Many of the units could use updates; some have kitchens and balconies.

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What's Your Style?

  • Luxury
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  • All-Inclusive
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Locations

  • Hanover
  • Portsmouth
  • White Mountains

Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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