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HotelTonight – New Hampshire Hotels in Concord and Manchester

Slightly inland from the Atlantic Ocean sit two of New Hampshire's most charming towns, Manchester and Concord. These pretty, quintessential East Coast towns are not often at the top of travel lists, but I believe they definitely deserve more recognition than they get. After all, Manchester and Concord are both rich in history and culture, and they're the perfect home bases for travelers looking to enjoy the great outdoors, of which there is abundance in New Hampshire. I recently spent a long weekend exploring the idyllic towns throughout New Hampshire, and I fell in love with both Manchester and Concord. Fortunately, I was able to find great hotels in Concord and Manchester through HotelTonight, the handy app that makes it so easy to find last-minute hotels wherever you travel. In just a few taps and scrolls on my phone, I was able to book terrific hotels in Manchester and Concord, so HotelTonight made it easy for me to explore this beautiful region of New Hampshire.


I was lucky enough to stay at a hotel in downtown Concord, which I fell in love with instantly. The small-town charm and idyllic aesthetic of this downtown made me feel like I was in a movie. Main Street is the pride and joy of Concord, and it's not hard to see why. There's so much beauty and charm on Main Street that you simply cannot be in a bad mood while meandering down this boulevard. Since downtown Concord is also home to some of the best shops and restaurants in the city, it's easy to get lost in some cute boutiques or a good meal while exploring.

The Scenic Byway

If you're traveling to Manchester or Concord, I'd recommend you take a nice drive along the Currier & Ives Scenic Byway. This beautiful scenic drive will give you an immediate sense of New Hampshire's boundless natural beauty, especially if you're visiting in the fall. Even locals can't help but fawn over the gorgeous autumn foliage along this scenic drive. Some locals even bike this 30-mile byway, which is a great way to get active and see some of the most beautiful natural sights in this region of New Hampshire.

Antique Alley

Anyone who loves shopping for antiques will find their own special slice of heaven in New Hampshire. Along Route 4, you'll find "Antique Alley," which stretches from Portsmouth to Concord. This popular shopping route features over 500 antique shops and dealers, so you're sure to find some spectacular antiques during your day of shopping. Even though I'm not a huge antique shopper, I did decide to explore some of the stops along Antique Alley, and I saw some truly beautiful, special pieces along this route.


One of the main reasons I decided to visit this region of New Hampshire was because of its skiing. There was some snow on the slopes, and I was itching to get into a pair of skis for the first time of the season. A few locals recommended that I check out popular nearby ski spots like Pat's Peak Ski Area and Mt. Sunapee. I ended up spending an action-packed afternoon at Pat's Peak, and it certainly whetted my appetite for the ski season. The skiing in New Hampshire is some of the best I've ever experienced, so I was glad I took advantage of my short stay in Concord to hit the slopes at least once.

The Arts

Even though Manchester and Concord are relatively small towns, they place a big emphasis on the arts. Concord, for instance, is home to the Capital Center for the Arts and the Currier Museum of Art. From performing arts to visual arts, Concord has something to offer its art-loving locals. I took advantage of Concord's art scene and spent a few hours wandering through the renowned Currier Museum of Art, which features works by Picasso, O'Keefe, Monet, and more. In Manchester, the most treasured theater venue is the historic Palace Theatre, which has been putting on local productions for more than a century. New Hampshire locals love art, and it's so evident when you visit towns like Manchester and Concord.

HotelTonight – Book Your Hotels in Concord and Manchester Today

Even though I only had a few days to explore Concord and Manchester, I felt like I was able to get a great sense of the towns' culture and character during my stay. From the quaint, charming streets in downtown to the gorgeous natural scenery surrounding the cities, there's no shortage of beautiful sights in Concord and Manchester. I was just glad I had the chance to visit them at all, and I probably wouldn't have visited if I didn't have HotelTonight at my fingertips. Without HotelTonight, I wouldn't have been able to find great hotels in Concord and Manchester in a matter of minutes, so my New Hampshire trip wouldn't have been nearly as memorable or as carefree.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many hotels are in Concord?

There are 13 hotels in Concord available from Hotel Tonight.

What are most popular hotels in Concord?

Among our most booked hotels in Concord are:
Ashworth by the Sea
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The Centennial
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The Hotel Concord
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What are the best hotels in Concord?

Some of the top rated HotelTonight hotels in Concord are:
The Centennial
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The Hotel Concord
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Ashworth by the Sea
82% of HT bookers liked it

How much is a hotel room in Concord?

In the last 30 days, HotelTonight prices in Concord have been as low as $89, though the average room costs closer to $157.84 per night.

What is the cheapest time to go to Concord?

Our hotels prices have varied throughout the year from $139.88 to $211.01 On average, we've seen the cheapest room prices in March

Which hotels in Concord have a pool?

There are 5 hotels with pools in Concord. Some of them are:
Ashworth by the Sea
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