Looking for a place to stay in Amesbury? Then look no further than Hampton Inn by Hilton Amesbury, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Amesbury to your doorstep.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and Hampton Inn by Hilton Amesbury makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Close to some of Amesbury's most popular landmarks, such as Main Street Congregational Church (1.4 mi) and Cider Hill Farm (2.5 mi), Hampton Inn by Hilton Amesbury is a great destination for tourists.
While visiting Amesbury, you may want to try some shrimp at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Ristorante Molise, Ale House, or Phat Cats Bistro.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a historic site, such as Lowell's Boat Shop.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hampton Inn by Hilton Amesbury as you experience everything Amesbury has to offer.
First off, overall this hotel is very nice, new, and clean. The rooms are in great shape and they have good COVID protocols in place. The room was spotless, and they also let you reserve the pool in 30minute blocks with just your family/group of 6 or fewer, which made us feel safe to go swimming! My biggest criticism of this hotel is that the layout of the king rooms is very strange. In contrast to pretty much every other big chain hotel I've ever staid in, where the bed faces the TV, in the king rooms here, the bed is on the wall shared with the bathroom and faces directly at the window. Slightly inconvenient if you wanted to watch TV because now the TV is at the side of you, but no big deal. What was a big deal for us is that in this position the HVAC unit under the window blows directly in your face while you sleep. We found this extremely uncomfortable and it left us feeling poorly. We could barely sleep the first night we were there because of this. We went to the front desk the following day to ask if we could change rooms. Because of the cleaning seals on the doors we could see that there were plenty of vacant rooms. The front desk staff member told us that all the king rooms have the same layout and we'd have to switch to a queen, but it would cost more. When I booked the room the queen room actually cost less, but I picked the king (bad choice). I don't think it's right to upcharge for a downgrade or equivalent room change just because prices the day of are higher than when you booked. Surely the room we were in had gone up in price as well. In any case, we were disappointed with this response. I would have given this a much higher rating to this hotel if they had been more accommodating when we told them we literally couldn't sleep (which is pretty much a #1 requirement in a hotel) I'm sure if you choose a queen room you will have a lovely stay at this hotel, but I'd suggest avoiding the king rooms!…
Our stay was very comfortable and the room was very clean. We did not eat but breakfast was available in a take out capacity. Felt comfortable even during COVID times. Would stay again at this location.
We spent two nights at this hotel on my son's wedding weekend. My 86 year old mother joined us. She stayed in a handicap room which was in the middle of the long hallway.....not sure why the handicap rooms are so far from the elevator. Everything was very, very nice until I asked about my mom checking out a little later. The manager CHRIS PICHE would not hear of it! Mind you, my mother is 86 years old and has not left her home in a year and a half. She had a difficult night because she was up all night going to the bathroom and she was exhausted. When I tried explaining this to him, he said she can stay an extra hour and have to pay $15. It was definitely NOT about paying extra money, it was his lack of compassion and really not seeming to give a damn. I was very surprised especially now during a world wide pandemic. Such lack of compassion and no customer service. I am chalking it up to being very young and having no training in customer service. The woman working at the counter was always very kind and helpful. I recommend some additional training for this sour young man.…
We stayed for one night during a soccer tournament. This was our first hotel stay since the COVID-19 outbreak so we were a little nervous but this hotel was perfect. Every precaution had been taken and all safety protocols were in place. The hotel is updated and modern and room was exceptionally clean. Staff were great.
Just completed a nice weekend visit to the Boston area with a three day stay at this hotel. In the Boston area any decent place to stay is over $100/night. We paid $150/night plus tax for Labor Day weekend. I thought it was worth it. The Good - Room was super clean as was the entire property. Nothing broken, poorly repaired or not as it should be. The TV was brand name Samsung Smart TV. Plus I thought the bed was perfect, not too hard and not too soft. Last the room was a bit bigger than most. All good. The Bad - The included breakfast is completely horrible. They give you a premade sandwich made with egg, sausage and I think cheese but I couldn’t tell. It’s not a fresh toasted bagel with eggs made there. It’s a frozen premade thing that’s very poorly done. This may improve when COVID is no longer a major concern. Conclusion - Yes stay here. Just go to the Dunkin Donuts around the corner for breakfast. …