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8 Ways to Stay in Burlington: Your Guide to Burlington, VT Hotels, B&Bs and Inns

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Though it may be small, it’s mighty. Burlington, Vermont is a lively small city with plenty of New England charm. Enjoy world-renown festivals, farmers markets and an abundance of shops, galleries and restaurants with waterfront views.  Burlington beckons. And you can be in the center of all the action. Explore our full list of recommended Burlington, VT hotels, B&Bs and inns.

Hotel Vermont and Courtyard Burlington Harbor on Cherry Street

1. Hilton Burlington

Situated on the waterfront, Hilton Burlington offers rooms with a view. Wake up to the sun rising over Lake Champlain and the Adirondack mountains and spend your day exploring all Burlington has to offer. The Hilton Burlington’s location is not only picturesque but convenient. Hot spots like the Church Street Marketplace or the Burlington bike path are only a few blocks away.

Hilton Burlington

2. Courtyard Burlington Harbor

The Courtyard Burlington Harbor is ideally situated between the waterfront and the center of downtown. With its unique offerings like complimentary bike use and its newly renovated, Green Mountain-inspired rooms, the Courtyard Burlington Harbor gives you the full Vermont experience.  

Courtyard Burlington Harbor Bleu Seafood

3. Hotel Vermont

Rustic yet modern, Hotel Vermont is all about the details. Rest your head at night in a room overflowing with charming Vermont-made products and decor like Vermont Flannel bathrobes. Its Juniper Bar and Restaurant also emphasizes the Vermont brand with its farm-to-table cuisine. And while there are plenty events and live music happening at Juniper, Hotel Vermont is also only a few blocks from the all the action at the waterfront and Church Street Marketplace.

4. Hilton Garden Inn Burlington

The Hilton Garden Inn Burlington is in an enviable location. Close to Church Street, the waterfront and the South End Art District, the Hilton Garden Inn Burlington’s location offers a little something for everyone.  Its Armory Grille and Bar is located in a newly renovated 1904 building, providing you upscale boutique offerings with historic charm.

Hilton Garden Inn Burlington

5. Lang House on Main Street

The Lang House on Main Street is a converted 1881 Queen Anne Victorian home that’s distinguishably designed to offer 19th century charm with 21st century amenities. Combining antique and modern furnishing, the Lang House on Main Street’s rooms are thoughtfully decorated to provide you with lavish comfort.  The Lang House on Main Street is easily accessible to both downtown Burlington, University of Vermont and Champlain College.

Lang House on Main Street

6. Willard Street Inn

Willard Street Inn welcomes you with open arms and warm cookies. Casual, cosy and conveniently located, the Willard Street Inn is a gorgeous country mansion nuzzled within city limits. Enjoy your morning coffee and sunshine from the solarium or their spacious and charming garden. And rest your head at night in your cozy and understatedly elegant room.

Willard Street Inn Solarium

7. dubuque lane guest house

Located in the historic woolen mill district in Burlington, the Dubuque Lane Guest House overlooks the Winooski River. You receive the ambiance of a B&B but the privacy and comforts of your own home.

Dubuque Lane Guest House

8. Little Place Guest House

Located in Burlington’s vibrant and diverse Old North End, Little Place Guest House provides you a home away from home.  With its fully functioning kitchen and its 10-minute walk to the center of downtown, Little Place Guest House provides you with the option to go out and explore or stay in and cook up a meal with Burlington Farmers Market treasures.

Did you know?

In 1978, childhood friends Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield opened an ice cream shop in a renovated gas station. While the pairs' experience was limited to a $5 correspondence course in ice-cream making, Ben and Jerry's became a worldwide sensation. The rest is sweet, sweet history.

Battery Park Concert Attendees Enjoying Music
Grace Potter and the Nocturnals play during the second day of the Grand Point North music festival on Saturday September 13, 2014 on the waterfront in Burlington, Vermont. (BRIAN JENKINS, for the Free Press)

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