With a stay at Residence Inn by Marriott, North Conway, you'll be centrally located in North Conway, convenient to Settlers' Green Outlet Village and Cranmore Mountain Resort. This ski hotel is within close proximity of Conway Scenic Railway and Cranmore Mountain Resort.
Make yourself at home in one of the 108 air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchens with full-sized refrigerators/freezers and stovetops. Your pillowtop bed comes with cotton sheets and down comforters, and all rooms are furnished with sofa beds. Wired and wireless Internet access is complimentary, while 32-inch LCD televisions with cable programming provide entertainment. Conveniences include desks and complimentary newspapers, as well as direct-dial phones with free local calls and voice mail.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
After a day on the slopes, enjoy recreational amenities including an indoor pool and a fitness facility. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and babysitting/childcare.
Grab a bite from a grocery store serving guests of Residence Inn by Marriott, North Conway. A complimentary evening social is served for your convenience.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, business services, and audiovisual equipment. This hotel has 2 meeting rooms available for events. Free parking is available onsite.
For nine years running, New England Brewfest has assembled a coterie of craft breweries to get more than 100 taps flowing with their unique creations. This year, the event includes 30 breweries, and each of them will treat every guest through the gates with complimentary samples of small-batch beverages and reasonably priced high-fives. Exhibitors range from Magic Hat and Peak Organic Brewing Company to Angry Orchard Hard Cider and Twisted Tea. You can also take in brewing demonstrations and learn about the creation of items such as beer-infused jelly.
Organizers require that guests present ID at the entrance, and recommend bringing a folding chair and comfortable dancing shoes. These items come in handy when absorbing the sweet rhythms of live music acts such as the Rustic Overtones and Air Traffic Controller.
Continuously operated by the Lahout family since 1920, Lahout’s Country Clothing and Ski Shop has supplied four generations of shoppers with winter-sports gear and backcountry apparel. Patagonia, North Face, and Columbia clothing highlights their collection of seasonal apparel, while their on-site ski shop rents out skis and snowboards and offers fast turn-around on tune-ups.
Laconia is the largest town along Lake Winnipesaukee, and it sits in central New Hampshire in the heart of the Lakes Region. The town has been a vacation destination for more than a century due to its laid-back boating culture and family-friendly attractions, such as a three-story arcade and bumper carpool lanes. Weirs Beach, located 1 mile from the hotel, is fronted by a bustling boardwalk lined with open-air bars, ice-cream parlors, and souvenir shops. The snowcapped peaks of the Ossipee Mountains, one of three ranges surrounding Laconia, hover above Lake Winnipesaukee. Eight miles from the hotel, Gunstock Mountain is crisscrossed with biking and hiking trails and an adventure park where visitors can zipline through tree canopies and hop aboard segways to explore.Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.
Wolfe City Brick Oven Pizza’s artisan chefs flip, top, and bake thin-crust masterpieces cloaked in a choice of six different cheeses. The multitudinous menu imparts the memoir of pizzas made from whole-wheat dough ($9.99), which features the recurring characters of fruits, meats, and veggies ($1.50 each traditional, $2.50 each gourmet) and conveys a delicious dénouement. Those who prefer pre-designed pies can sample expertly concocted combos such as the Two Men from Tuftonboro's italian sausage and pepperoni ($14.99) or the Wolfe City Nacho Pizza's bacon, veggies, and alfredo sauce ($14.99). Dessert pizzas assume the identities of classic post-dinner bites, including bananas foster ($12.99) and s'mores ($8.99), and beers, wines, and sodas slake artichoke-induced thirsts. Wolfe City's chefs can convert dough into gluten-free compositions quicker than Clark Kent's switch into Superman or Spiderman's transformation into Sir Edmund Hillary ($12.99).
A natural doorway to the past, Polar Caves gives families an underground adventure through a network of caves and passageways formed by a retreating glacier during an age when woolly mammoths still roamed the earth. Encompassing a stretch near Hawk's Cliff, the highlight of Polar Caves Park is the caves themselves, which wind underground through the rock, twisting and turning before reemerging at the surface. Self-educating explorers can guide themselves through the subterranean walkways, where escaped slaves, Prohibition-era rumrunners, and angry teenage saber-toothed tigers found safety. Previous occupants have left behind evidence of their hidden lives, including a wood-burning stove and cider press. Along the trails, both above ground and underground, educational opportunities abound, with signs proclaiming local history and distinguishing local flora and fauna. Diminutive Dr. Dolittles enjoy practicing their deer whispering at the petting zoo, and landlocked fans flock to the birds at the waterfowl display.