Salem is widely acclaimed for its exceptional architectural heritage. Many of the houses have furnished period interiors and are open to the public. Examples of Salem's architecture can be found from the 17th to 20th century in styles such as First Period, Georgian Colonial and Greek Revival. Four historic districts define Salem's long and varied history and many of the houses in the historic districts are now being used as Salem hotels and bed and breakfasts with most of these estates still in much of their original order.
The CoachHouse Inn is a stately Victorian Mansion that was originally built by a sea captain in 1879, as is common in this seaside town, and is now one of the many restored and charming Salem hotels. The rooms are spacious and brightly furnished in period antiques and comfortable four poster beds. Amenities include air conditioning, TV, private bath and continental breakfast served in room. This Salem hotels located on a tree lined street only two blocks from the harbor front and is found in the Layfayette Historic District on the corner of Layfayette and Ocean Street.
The Salem Waterfront Hotel is another good choice for
accommodation while visiting Salem and is comprised of
86 attractive guest rooms throughout 6 floors. The Salem
Waterfront Hotel is located in historic Salem on the Pickering
Wharf at the Salem Harbor. The hotel offers casual indoor
and outdoor dining, indoor swimming pool, fitness center
and is steps away from Salem attractions such as House
of Seven Gables, Salem Witch Museum and other points of
interest including restaurants, nightlife and shopping . Guest amenities include air conditioning, TV, daily
maid service and wheel chair access. The Salem Waterfront
Hotel is also conveniently located near the port for whale
sea fishing and harbor cruises.
If interested in the area's historic hotels Salem Massachusetts won't disappoint. Northey Street was built in circa 1809 in Federal style for a town cabinet maker named Nathan Appleton and is on the National register of Historic Places. This completely renovated hotels Salem Massachusetts historic home has received rave reviews from guests for its comfortable and charming atmosphere adorned with period antiques and furnishings that create an old style feel in a convenience and appeal. Amenities include air conditioning, private bath, internet access and cable TV. When it comes to historical hotels Salem Massachusetts provides a great one here that's sure to please visitors with its close proximity to many attractions in town.
There are a couple of other notable hotels Salem Massachusetts
has in town that are worth a look even if you plan on
staying elsewhere. These houses-come-hotels are attractions
in themselves, most being located in one of the four historic
areas. The Inn on Washington Square is a beautiful 1850's
Greek Revival home overlooking Salem Common and is a close
walk to nearby attractions and the Salem train station.
Another of the hotels Salem Massachusetts boasts as both
an accommodation and an attraction is the Henry
Derby House, which is also an 1800's home built in Greek
Revival style and located in the heart of downtown Salem.
Whether choosing a hotel or simply taking an architectural
tour, these stately and elegant historic Salem homes help
to exemplify the city of Salem as an interesting Massachusetts