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|Guest •||December 25, 2018|
Superb! Very generous sized ...
Superb! Very generous sized hotel room designed with a combination of rustic and modern elements, which makes the room less like a hotel room. The bathroom is what really impresses me. It has a very modern and functional designs. Glass walk …MoreSuperb! Very generous sized hotel room designed with a combination of rustic and modern elements, which makes the room less like a hotel room. The bathroom is what really impresses me. It has a very modern and functional designs. Glass walk in shower with tiles surrounded really put out a statement. There have the most complete list of bathroom and shower products that I have not seen in a while. In addition, they provide complimentary Keurig coffee and tea with different flavors, along with 2 bottles of water. They have a big real closet, great for putting away the winter clothing
|Guest •||December 21, 2018|
Our room was large, comfortable and had a great view of the famous " Green " in front of the iconic library building. An added bonus was the illuminated Christmas tree and snow fall. Perfect. The hote lfeels like a Warm New England inn and has a fine restaurant, Pine. Lou's is a great breakfast spot around the corner. We had a memorable stay
|Guest •||December 12, 2018|
I was picking up my son from school and needed a place to stay. I was pleasantly surprised to find that this hotel was well appointed, with great service and a fabulous location. While it is on the expensive side, it was well worth the price given the ideal location...right along the downtown path with shops and places to eat, as well as, right across the street from the college. I couldn't have been more pleased
|Guest •||December 10, 2018|
Pine restaurant in Hanover Inn feels like a modern version of a ski lodge. People,all ages,gather around the fireplace
And bar for a drink, or to read like the professor sitting alone in a cozy chair... and some stay for dinner in the spacious room arranged to create multiple private spaces.Especially decked out for Christmas, it immediately made us feel in a festive mood. Now for the well designed menu which is unpretensiously delicious, rather sophisticated for New Hampshire, but with something for everyone, in terms of choices and budget. The oysters we had were outstanding. We chose the Arctic char and swordfish which were perfectly moist and flavorful, including interesting vegetables, quinoa, bochoi, but if you want potatoes theirs looked great. We were on a diet so we didn't even look at the desserts but the little girl at the table next to us looked like she was relishing something, and the couple sitting hand in hand on the bench were certainly celebrating something. My point, there is something for everyone here in a low key atmosphere. Even the waiters are low key. So if you are up in Winterwonderland stop in at the Inn and go straight to the Pine
|Guest •||December 05, 2018|
It was nice, they ...
It was nice, they let me sit in the lobby.