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“Enjoy The Simple Charm Of A Country Mountain Retreat”“Surrounded by manicured lawns and a 360 view of the Presidential Mountain range, it offe
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“Comfort And Hospitality”“The Radisson Hotel Nashua is convenient to major businesses, Daniel Webster College, Rivi
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“Near Local Attractions”“Hampton Inn-Littleton, New Hampshire. Discover white mountain hotel with value accommodat
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“Overpriced”Non-Member, Reader - “My husband and I visit different resorts in NH ever Labor D
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Within south central New Hampshire along the Merrimack River, metropolitan Manchester serves as the Queen City gateway to northern New England. Originally named Derryfield, visionary Samuel Blodget once called it the "Manchester of America," and the name change became official in 1810. Manchester prospered with a thriving business district on Elm Street and fashionable homes in the North End and on Hanover Hill. When Amoskeag Manufacturing Company, the life's blood of early Manchester (and once the world's largest cotton textile mill) finally succumbed, thanks to the Great Depression, high-priced labor, and a devastating flood in the mid-1800s, residents converted the commercial infrastructure for public use to rebuild a town earning the tag of "the city that would not die." Attractions now range from Anheuser-Busch Brewery Tours and America's Credit Union Museum to some 900 parks in and around the city. Manchester is home to 11 colleges and universities, including the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, with enrollments totaling some 16,000 students, attracting symphony and performing arts institutions to give Merrimack Valley a vibrant cultural mix. Nearby Lake Massabesic provides freshwater fishing, beaches, hiking and biking on surrounding trails. Ski slopes, fishing and camping await between Manchester and Lake Winnipesaukee to the north with the White Mountains just beyond. Manchester boasts minor league hockey, the double-A baseball New Hampshire Fisher Cats, Arena Football with the Manchester Wolves, and New Hampshire's only pro soccer club, the NH Phantoms. For dining, Manchester boasts many family-owned establishments serving as cornerstones for tasty meals at reasonable prices. Manchester lodging options range from inns and bed and breakfasts, ski and fishing lodges, to full-service hotels in the city's central business district.

We have organized our listings of Manchester, New Hampshire's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Manchester, New Hampshire area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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·Manchester
Hotels located in and around the Manchester area in south central New Hampshire, just 20 miles from Massachusetts. Manchester Airport (MHT) is located 5 miles SE of Manchester.
·Laconia
Hotels located in The Lakes Region of central New Hampshire including the cities of Laconia, Plymouth, Meredith and others.
·Berlin
Hotel options in the heart of the Great North Woods area in Berlin and the surrounding cities of Bethlehem, Franconia, Gorham, Littleton and others.
·Nashua
Hotels located in New Hampshire's second largest city Nashua and the surrounding cities of Londonderry, Merrimack, Salem and others.
·Keene
Hotels located in Keene and surrounding areas in New Hampshire's southwest corner, close to both the Vermont and Massachusetts state lines.
·Conway
Hotels located just west of the Maine state line in east central New Hampshire in the city of Conway and the surrounding cities of Bartlett, Lincoln, Jackson and others.
·Portsmouth
Hotels located in the City of Portsmouth, the second oldest city in New Hampshire. This area includes the cities of Dover, Rochester, Durham, Hampton, Rye and others.
·Lebanon
Hotels located in Lebanon, in communities served by Lebanon Municipal Airport (LEB), close to the Vermont state line in west central New Hampshire. Also included here are the cities of Hanover, Claremont, Lyme, White River Junction, VT and others.

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Area Facts: Grace Metalious, the author of Peyton Place, was born in Manchester, New Hampshire. The local area code for the Manchester, New Hampshire is 603.

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