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Courtyard By Marriott Burlington Harbor

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Courtyard By Marriott Burlington Harbor
25 Cherry Street
BurlingtonVT 05401
(802) 864-4700

Ages: 0 and up

Cost: Please call or check web site for current room rates

Parking: Yes - Street Parking | Lot | Valet

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Burlington's newest hotel! Courtyard Burlington Harbor is a masterful blend of artful design and eco-friendly construction. Rotating collections of paintings by acclaimed Vermont artists grace the lobby and dining room. Dinner is served daily from 5pm to 10pm in their Park Cafe which overlooks Lake Champlain. Courtyard Burlington Harbor is also perfect for meetings and events. They have over 3500 square feet of meeting space and offer gourmet food and beverage options. They are Burlington's premier location for business and leisure travelers alike.

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missmagpie

  • 5

Reviewed on 08/10/2011

This hotel is ideally situated on the waterfront. It is just a few short blocks from Church Street, which is bustling with shops and restaurants. It is also in close walking proximity to the bike path, sailing, ECHO, Battery Park, the Skinny Pancake, and Burlington Bay Market & Café. Other local attractions like Shelburne Museum and Shelburne Farms are just a short car ride away.

We stayed in a lakeside room on a high floor. We recommend paying a little bit more for this – the view is incredible! We had a king sized bed, a pull out couch and a rollaway. This was plenty of room to accommodate our family of four. All rooms have a 32” flat screen TV and complimentary in-room Wi-Fi. There is also a small empty fridge in the room should you need to store snacks or drinks for your children. Guests will find lots of local art and old Vermont photos throughout the hotel. Making it feel more like a boutique and less like a chain hotel.

Dinner at the Harbor Lounge was such a pleasant surprise. Menu items included Blueberry soup, the BBLT (Brie, Bacon, Lettuce & Tomato), burgers and fish. As a member of the Vermont Fresh Network they use plenty of local, seasonal ingredients. On Friday and Saturday night there is live music. After dinner we took a swim in the small indoor pool located on the ground level of the hotel. The deep end is only 5 feet. There is also a hot tub and towels are provided.

The next morning before checking out we ate breakfast at the Park Cafe. Again, the food was good. We choose to eat from the buffet although the do have eggs cooked to order. It was nice to see that they price the buffet cheaper for the kids. At $6.95/child it was a deal.

I would recommend the Courtyard by Marriott Burlington Harbor to families looking to stay in downtown Burlington that want to be close to the waterfront and be able to walk to shops and restaurants. You won’t find nicer accommodations anywhere. Also if you are thinking of visiting for July 4th Weekend, a lakeview room will provide you with the best seat in the house for the fireworks!

Disclosure: While I was invited to the Courtyard by Marriott Burlington Harbor and they paid for meals and lodging, my review reflects the honest opinions of my experience without outside influence.
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Courtyard By Marriott Burlington Harbor