A Hotel in Salem, MA by Lark Hotels
A Downtown Salem Hotel
The Hotel Salem is a vibrant and one-of-a-kind accommodation on the North Shore of Boston. This 44-room boutique Salem hotel is in the middle of the action on the bustling Essex Street pedestrian mall in the city center. Book your reservations today!
Honoring Salem's Retail Past
Housed in a former high-end clothing store space, our lively hotel in Salem, MA features mid-century modern décor with vintage, retail-inspired touches that embrace its stylish past. Inspired by the New England department stores of yesteryear, our decor mixes midcentury modern design with funky details from stores in the ’50s and ’60s. Our Salem hotel truly pays homage to the last gasp of the downtown anchor store—before the days of strip malls and big-box chains.
Salem Hotel Accommodations for Everyone
Our boutique North Shore hotel is one of the best places to stay in Salem, MA that offers a variety of room types designed to suit all needs and budgets. From micro-rooms to spacious, loft-style suites, you'll find a Salem accommodation to fit your getaway. Each guest room offers private baths, vaulted ceilings and all the amenities you expect from a Lark Hotel.
Salem's Only Rooftop Bar
The Roof, Salem's only seasonal rooftop bar and restaurant, offers delicious cocktails, unique tacos, and a raw bar—all served with a view.
Nearby Salem Attractions
Salem itself offers a lot to see, do, and taste, and The Hotel Salem is located right in the middle of it all. Beyond the famous witch trial sites and attractions, Salem offers a rich merchant shipping history, stunning 18th Century architecture, a burgeoning restaurant scene, and so much more.
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The Hotel Salem is committed to providing equal access to its goods, services, and accommodations for individuals with disabilities. Please note that we are currently making accessibility enhancements to our Salem hotels website. If you need any information or assistance we are available by telephone at (978) 451-4950 to provide anything that you may need.
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