Hotels in Montpelier
Econo Lodge Montpelier
Econo Lodge Montpelier
Hotel Guest Rating: 4.9/10
101 Northfield Street
Montpelier, VT 05602
Welcome to the Econo Lodge Montpelier
Located just one mile from the Vermont State House, Econo Lodge Montpelier provides affordable rates for budget-conscious folks traveling to the capitol on business or pleasure.
The two-story hotel has 42 rooms featuring premium cable TV, free local phone calls and complimentary Wi-Fi. There is a computer in the lobby, and a complimentary breakfast buffet is served there each morning. Parking is complimentary at the hotel.
Easily accessible from I-89, Econo Lodge, one mile from the Vermont State House, is three miles from Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks, six miles from Barre Opera House and eight miles from Rock of Ages Granite Quarry. It's 14 miles to Stowe, 16 miles to the Trapp Family Lodge and 17 miles to Sugarbush. Burlington International Airport is 35 miles away.
Affordable rates, plus free Wi-Fi and a complimentary breakfast buffet, are what Priceline guests like best about the Econo Lodge Montpelier, which they report is in a "great location."
Econo Lodge Montpelier Amenities
- 24-hour security
- Alarm clock
- Buffet breakfast
- Bus parking
- Cable television
- Coffee/Tea maker
- Free movies/video
- Free parking
- Handicap rooms
- Outdoor parking
- Pay per view movies on TV
- Ramp access
- Truck parking
- Vending machines
- Wireless internet connection
Upon check-in photo identification and credit card is required. All special requests are subject to availability upon check-in. Special requests cannot be guaranteed and may incur additional charges.
Hotel Guest Reviews of the Econo Lodge MontpelierOur hotel ratings and reviews are from real hotel guests. Priceline.com ensures that its reviews are guests-only by proactively sending hotel surveys to customers after they've completed their hotel stays. In the post-stay surveys, priceline.com hotel customers are asked a number of questions about their stay and the hotel. On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the best, the survey asks guests to rate their overall experience and specifically rate the hotel's cleanliness, staff and location. Priceline.com does not allow site visitors to post unsolicited hotel reviews.
November 20, 2013
It is a great place to stay, considering all important criteria, like location, staff, price, amenities, comfort and so on.
November 11, 2013
I'd definitely stay here again! It was lovely for the price.
October 5, 2013
I've read some bad reviews before the trip, so I didn't have much expectation. I've booked two non-smoking rooms with fridge but one of the rooms didn't have a fridge. Luckily we could still put our stuff into the one we had, otherwise, it would be a hassle. The building is v old and the whole lodge needs complete renovation. But if they do that, it won't be in that price range. Btw, the bath towels were cleaner than what's described in some reviews. The breakfast was pretty good, ie nice bagels. I think the owner is doing hard to upgrade the conditions as all the rooms got new mattresses during our stay. While I appreciate their effort, I actually prefer the old mattress more as it was firmer. Anyway, i think with the price in mind, I'm okay with what I got. Will still come back if it's still the cheapest in town next year Â¿Â¿ ...
August 17, 2013
Family Traveling with Young Children
Continental breakfast room was horrible. Too small, not much food not very appetizing,
July 23, 2013
do not stay there unless you are desperate
July 15, 2013
July 11, 2013
Family Traveling with Young Children
I am surprised Priceline would even be affiliated with this hotel. My sister booked a room my husband couldn't even walk into their room since the mold bothered his allergies so badly. You could see the model on the floor near the A/C unit. In our room, the half faucet in the bathroom was not attached. There wasn't enough coffee and when we went to the front desk, the woman said we could only have enough for 2 cups of coffee and that was out limit, although we booked for 3 adults. The downstairs hallway was so hot, I thought I would pass out when we walked in. The downstairs A/C units were in the hallway which generated a lot of the heat, on top of it being about 80+ degrees outside. The hallway in the stairwell was cracking and looks like it was half repaired and then left for a long period of time and parts of the walls were cracking. The shower handle was broken off and just left the inside of the shower unit exposed and jaded edges. I wasn't even comfortable with my 7 year old daughter taking a shower at this hotel. We removed the bedding pretty much as soon as we got there just because everything felt so dirty. We used my husbands great kilt (8 years of wool) as our bedding, which was in the car from a trip the lake the day before. We choose to sleep with the blanket we used at the beach the day before opposed to the "clean" bedding at the hotel. I don't think that says much. Overall, a horrible hotel, horrible staff and horrible stay. I will NEVER stay there again. I would drive 2 hours the morning of my half marathon next year then book a room at this hotel to be closer. It is disapointing that priceline is linked to hotels like this :( ...
June 26, 2013
April 30, 2013
Family Traveling with Teens
The first thing we noticed was how small the room was! We had booked a room with two queen beds so there wasn't much room for anything else. The bathroom was also extremely small. It was, however, conveneint to the main attractions in Vermont. We came to visit the New England Culinary Institute and it was only minutes away. We figured since we weren't going to be spending much time in the hotel room anyway, why spend a lot of money? There weren't many other guests there so it was quiet and we were not disturbed. ...
October 25, 2012
A good place to stay if you don't want to spend a lot of money. Better than most budget mom and pop places.
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