When you make your plan to visit us in Montpelier, you will likely need a place to lay your head at night. Because we host such a diverse number of folks throughout the year, there are also diverse accommodations available to choose from. There are national hotel chains, independent bed and breakfasts, condominiums at ski resorts, and, if you are looking for something more eclectic, Airbnb options abound. Below are a few options for you to consider, but we also encourage you to ask your admissions guide for his or her own recommendations.
Capitol Plaza Hotel & Conference Center offers more than 60 guest rooms – including traditional double rooms, Colonial "Inn-style" rooms, mini-suites, and luxury two room suites.
The two buildings that comprise The Inn at Montpelier have a rich and varied history intimately related to the development of Vermont's capital city. Both buildings were originally constructed as residences during the town's early settlement. The 19 guest rooms all have private baths, cable TV, telephones, WIFI, and individual heat and AC control.
Have a great stay at the Comfort Inn & Suites at Maplewood. This is a leisure hotel near the Vermont State House and the New England Culinary Institute.
Betsy's Bed & Breakfast occupies two Victorian homes within walking distance of the Vermont, State House, New England Culinary Institute, and many great shops and restaurants in downtown Montpelier.
When you stay at Econo Lodge Montpelier, you'll be near the airport and convenient to T.W. Wood Gallery and Lost Nation Theater. This motel is within close proximity to Vermont Historical Society Museum and Vermont State House. Make yourself at home in one of the 41 air-conditioned guest rooms.