Hotels Near Hangar Cafe

Hotels Near Hangar Cafe In Rutland County

3.4/510 Reviews
6.36km from downtown
Let me start to say the only good with this place is the food that their restaurant serves. The remainder of my experience was terrible and here is why. First, I walk into the building and there were a bunch of motorcycles there. They must have had a rally. Well, there seemed to be no organization to their rally here because these people were conversing the hallways and rooms. Any way, I walked in and the weather was hot outside. I went to check in but that took forever because these people in this motorcycle club were in front of me and the front desk should have had a separate line for check in for these people but did not. After checking in, I proceeded to my room, which was on the backside of the building. The entrance into the room was stingy meaning I could smell the air in the room and it smelt moldy. It was disgusting to say the least. I opened the window immediately but then had to shut because there were no screens on them and bugs were coming in the room. The ac unit wasn’t working and the refrigerator was not able to turn on. I called the front office to report about the room and they said someone would come out to look. I waited an hour, which was not good. The guy apologized and said he was at a few other rooms for that motorcycle club fixing problems. I scratched my head and thought why would you tell me that? Then as he was getting the fridge going, I asked him if he knew what was wrong with the other rooms and apparently he thought one room was flooded, the couple were not happy, and the hotel knew about it but they had no rooms to move those people. I told him the hotel should move people to other hotels if there is a problem. And there was another room with a toilet leak, a few others because of refrigerators that would not turn on, etc. This guy said they knew about this big motorcycle club coming up but didn’t think the place would sell out. Anyway back to my room problems. He said that because there were no other rooms available, I was stuck but maybe someone may check out the following day. What a terrible answer to say I am stuck dealing with these problems. I wanted to leave the hotel so bad but stuck it out. Went to dinner and there was hardly a place to sit because of the motorcycle club. I spoke with a couple people there because it looked like a senior group on motorcycles and asked who they were. Their vests showed gwrra on them and they said they came up for a weekend rally. I thought, oh great I hoped this would not interfere with my stay Oh, walking to the room in the halls the air quality was terrible. Very humid and i don’t think the hotel had air on. Dinner was delicious. I went back to the room, did some work for my meeting the next day. I had a hard time sleeping every night and no they never moved me to another room. There was a woman who i thought was the manager but she was only the sales lady. I asked her how to get a credit back on the stay because of the terrible accommodations. She c
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3.5/510 Reviews
6.4km from downtown
Great service. Tess is always helpful and friendly.rooms are clean, beds are very comfortable. Hotel is near restaurants, stores, gas stations and hospital which is the reason we were there. Due to covid most amenities at the hotel were not available, but they make it up by being helpful and kind.
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4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
6.42km from downtown
We stayed here one night in January (Sat). First, check in was not a warm and fuzzy experience. We are Hilton Gold members and we are usually offered complimentary water or something, but that was not the case here. The woman checking us in was rather curt and I found that off putting. Also I had selected a room online when I checked in and when I arrived I was told that I was not getting that room because they had to move me because of a stay over (which doesn't sound like my problem). That seems like something that should have been asked, not told and in advance to me. We tried to select a quiet room so that was another irritant. The room itself appeared to be clean and we asked for another blanket which was promptly sent up. I did use the fitness center which is where there could be some improvement. I had to wait for a treadmill (many hotels I have stayed at have a sign asking people to limit their time on equipment to 20 minutes when others are waiting) the people on the treadmills (according to their timers had been going for well over that) so that was annoying. Plus there was a woman in the weight area using the three sets of lighter weights and the entire area as if it was her own. The room was hot as well. I tried to turn on the A/C but the unit was broken. In addition to it being hot, the woman in the weight area was farting. LOUDLY and the entire room was a stink pit. I had to open the door and keep it propped open with a weight to get some fresh air in. In all my years of hotel stays, that is a new one, but the room should have been better ventilated and there should be signs up asking people to be courteous to other guests. I was able to open the window once they all left and get the room cooled down and the smell out but it was gross. Worse yet, when I complained at the front desk to Mar**h, no apology, nothing. She said "we'll have someone look into it." Just not great service for what I am used to at Hilton locations. The breakfast was nice though and I thought they did a good job with that.
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3/510 Reviews
7.29km from downtown
Located on South Main Street in Rutland, Vermont, this hotel is just 1.8 miles from the Amtrak station. It features guest rooms with free Wi-Fi access and cable TV.Rooms at Economy Inn & Suites are also equipped with a coffee maker, an iron, and a hairdryer.The entire hotel has air-conditioning and is pet-friendly. The front desk offers copy and fax services.The Rutland Golf Course is 2.8 miles from Economy Inn & Suites. The Norman Rockwell Museum is 3.1 miles away.
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3.7/511 Reviews
7.78km from downtown
Please note: This review was written during the COVID situation. I am giving only a 3/5 on service because when we arrived (after walking by the "friendliest hotel in Vermont" sign) we were told unapologetically and stone-facedly by the young man at the desk that they "would have called as a courtesy" but my "location didn't come through the reservation system" that I can't stay there unless we've quarantined 14 days with no grocery shopping or visiting with family or friends. He said that Vermont's policy is that if your county has more than (some # I don't remember) active cases per million, you can't stay there. (Never mind that my county has only 130,000 people / 52 active cases -- so I guess they multiply to get the per Million number???) I had pre-paid for this room, so LUCKY FOR ME because I work from home and have no social life, I was able to stay. I never thought a thing of it when making the reservation as here in NH and Maine, all the radio ads say that Vermonters can visit "without restriction" so it never occurred to me to check what Vermont had to say about us. I don't know if this is a Trip.com problem or a Comfort Inn problem --- But SOMEONE should be calling people. Imagine if you got turned away after a long trip?? And Rutland is "Central" Vermont so it's probably at least 45 minutes to any state border if you need a new hotel. Facilities: I give a 2/5 and again, not sure if this is Trip.com's fault or Comfort Inn's - but there is NO BREAKFAST due to covid. If you are like me and factor breakfast into the cost of a hotel, this would be helpful info. Yes, I knew they probably wouldn't have a buffet, but they could have done a little bag breakfast or a coupon to McDonald's (next door) or something to make up for the fact that they advertise something that they don't have. The indoor pool was also closed, which I anticipated. But again, that should be stated when booking - if I had little kiddos and they were looking forward to that and we found out it was closed on arrival, that would be bad. Incidentally, I work for a place in NH with an indoor pool and they open by appointment so only one family is in one area at a time - something to consider. Imagine the great reviews you'd get if a family could have private pool time on vacation! That said, this hotel was renovated since last I stayed there. Ice was clean. Room was clean. Housekeeper was just as nice as she could be. The front desk lady on day 3 (checkout) was very nice too. Wifi was easy to access. Lesson from this visit: Take it upon yourself to CALL THE HOTEL before arriving to find out protocols. Don't do the we-pick-the-hotel option on if you care about the amenities like breakfast and pool, because you won't be able to find out what's available before you find out what hotel you got. Message to Comfort Inn: Reach out to people before they drive 4 hours to get there. And when they do get there, try to be nice and pleasant, that will get you a lot further. Message to Trip.com: UPDATE YOUR SITE FOR COVID.
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2.6/525 Reviews
9.59km from downtown
Occasionally I'm in Rutland for business. I stay here when (a) I'm paying for it myself and (b) I don't need Internet. The room is basic, pretty clean, and the shower is dependably hot. I'm good with that.
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2.7/510 Reviews
9.68km from downtown
Situated just 5 minutes’ drive from the Vermont State Fairgrounds, Travel Inn is located in Rutland, 4 minutes’ drive from the Rutland Amtrak Station. Free WiFi is available throughout the motel. A cable TV is featured in each room at the Rutland Travel Inn, which offers an in-room microwave and refrigerator for guest convenience. Rooms also offer a private entrance and an en suite bathroom. A 24-hour front desk welcomes guests to the motel, which provides heating and air conditioning for guest comfort. Parking is located on site and is available free of charge. Diamond Run Mall is 4.5 km away from Travel Inn Rutland, which is only 6 minutes’ drive from the College of St. Joseph. Killington Ski Area is 20 minutes’ drive away.
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4.1/5Very Good25 Reviews
17.22km from downtown
We chose to stay here because of its proximity to Killington mountain and because it was dog friendly. The staff were extremely friendly and we particularly enjoyed the free hot breakfast each morning. I was even able to book a massage with Jane whose name I found on their website. The massage was excellent and less expensive than going to the Spa in the Woods. Our room was small, but we didn’t spend very much time in our room because we went out skiing or snowshoeing each day. The location is optimal - less than a mile drive to many restaurants and ski rental shops. We forgot to bring our swim suits but we did see people adventurously swimming in the outdoor heated pool in very cold temps one night. I’m sure the Killington Grand or the condos on the mountain have more refined accommodations - I’d describe the Chalet as more on the rustic side - but for the price you can’t beat it. Customer service was great and it would be a good spot for groups, since they have an on-site Mexican restaurant as well as a large gathering room with couches, a TV and fireplace. Would definitely stay here again!
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3.7/510 Reviews
17.33km from downtown
My husband and I stayed here for a few days. Sight unseen I searched Hilton properties in the area (we’ve earned gold status with lots of points). We used points and had to pay $89 for one night. It was points and money not worth spending, thing about the stay felt like a reward stay. I caution you, the pictures do NOT represent the actual condition of the rooms. Dirty carpets, rusty tub drains, the most filthy vent in the bathroom with stuff hanging out of it that I’ve ever seen. There was an actual rough hole cut in the ceiling for the water sprinkler HOWEVER I could see up to the “attic” ... it was actual daylight to somewhere. That creeped me out. The screens are bent, dented and do not fit. The furniture is old and obvious signs of years and years of use. Every corner was dinged, dented and scraped up. I wore flip flops the entire time while in the room. There was an old small refrigerator on the floor. It smelled inside. The light on the desk flickered constantly. The towels were old smelling and the washcloths were horribly rough. The pool was green. People were in there every night which wigged me out. Their voices carried and we could hear everything they said even though we were on the 3rd floor. The lobby does not look like the pictures either. Very, very beat up ski town feeling which needs updating. Everything in this place felt dirt and the lobby was no exception. The entryway was under construction (my husband said they’re putting in a heated walkway)? Nonetheless it was inconvenient and confusing how to actually get in the building and not to mention clumsy to unload bags to even get inside the building. When I checked out the reservationist was polite and sympathetic to these issues I brought up to her after she asked how my stay was. She said the property was recently purchased by Hilton and they were redoing the property. THAT would have helped me make an informed decision when choosing a hotel. However, I felt after using hard earned points we should have been told in advance of this and should have been compensated in some manner. She was going to speak to her manager and apologized to me. NOTHING was done and no one ever contacted me to follow up. All said...don’t stay here until all renovations are done. It was very disappointing and did not provide a restful place at the end of a few long days we spent in VT.
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3.5/510 Reviews
18.18km from downtown
Exceeded my expectations based on some of the reviews. It's not a fancy place, but the room was clean, bed was decent, and the bathroom updated (actually better than some other hotels at Killington I've stayed at that rate higher). If you need a place to crash and shower after a day of mountain biking or skiing, worth considering. Price was very reasonable and has great location. You can walk to the Garlic and other bars/restaurants. They do provide some basic breakfast food (muffins, bagels, cereal) in the morning, but limited space to eat it unless you go back to your room. It didn't bother me, but if a cozy place to sit and have breakfast is important to you, then not your motel. I would definitely consider staying again, especially if the price was competitive.
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4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
18.82km from downtown
We stayed here as a family for a weekend trip to ski Killington. I was impressed by how spacious the rooms were and we had two adjoining rooms for use and Grandpa. For a continental breakfast the food was good, fresh and plentiful (no dehydrated eggs here!). The decor is kind of an old European vibe with wood furniture, paintings and dark colors, perfect for the freezing winter temps we had. The beds were very comfortable, and the TV got food reviews from my dad who spent time her amusing the toddler while we skied. The host was very friendly and positive with great tips for where to rent equipment and they have discount lift tickets. When we next make the trek up here we'd definitely come back.
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4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
19.01km from downtown
We stayed at North Star two nights at the tail end of our Vermont trip, after spending a day at their sister property (Cedarbrook) and several days in the Stowe area. I was honestly not expecting very much as many ski area resorts/condos can be rather outdated in decor. From the building entrance to check-in, I thought "meh, like another hotel" but once we opened the door to our room, I was amazed! Carpeting, furniture, and decor were well-appointed. Kitchen stocked with necessary utensils and cookware. The king-size bed was wonderfully comfortable and we appreciated the overhead fans during the particularly warm September evenings. The bathroom too was updated with a glass walk-in shower and generous towels. The Wifi signal was also decent, although I did get kicked off on a work Zoom call. The ho-hum = no oven (but there is a very large microwave) and no balcony. For two nights, those certainly weren't deal breakers. And, annoying, our room was situated overlooking the swimming pool so we heard about everything spoken below us. Would we come back/recommend to others? Absolutely! For the cost, it's a great stay and close to the highway as well as the slopes.
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Hotels Near Hangar Cafe In Rutland County Review

4.3/510 Reviews
We stayed here one night in January (Sat). First, check in was not a warm and fuzzy experience. We are Hilton Gold members and we are usually offered complimentary water or something, but that was not the case here. The woman checking us in was rather curt and I found that off putting. Also I had selected a room online when I checked in and when I arrived I was told that I was not getting that room because they had to move me because of a stay over (which doesn't sound like my problem). That seems like something that should have been asked, not told and in advance to me. We tried to select a quiet room so that was another irritant. The room itself appeared to be clean and we asked for another blanket which was promptly sent up. I did use the fitness center which is where there could be some improvement. I had to wait for a treadmill (many hotels I have stayed at have a sign asking people to limit their time on equipment to 20 minutes when others are waiting) the people on the treadmills (according to their timers had been going for well over that) so that was annoying. Plus there was a woman in the weight area using the three sets of lighter weights and the entire area as if it was her own. The room was hot as well. I tried to turn on the A/C but the unit was broken. In addition to it being hot, the woman in the weight area was farting. LOUDLY and the entire room was a stink pit. I had to open the door and keep it propped open with a weight to get some fresh air in. In all my years of hotel stays, that is a new one, but the room should have been better ventilated and there should be signs up asking people to be courteous to other guests. I was able to open the window once they all left and get the room cooled down and the smell out but it was gross. Worse yet, when I complained at the front desk to Mar**h, no apology, nothing. She said "we'll have someone look into it." Just not great service for what I am used to at Hilton locations. The breakfast was nice though and I thought they did a good job with that.
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3.5/510 Reviews
Great service. Tess is always helpful and friendly.rooms are clean, beds are very comfortable. Hotel is near restaurants, stores, gas stations and hospital which is the reason we were there. Due to covid most amenities at the hotel were not available, but they make it up by being helpful and kind.
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3.4/510 Reviews
Let me start to say the only good with this place is the food that their restaurant serves. The remainder of my experience was terrible and here is why. First, I walk into the building and there were a bunch of motorcycles there. They must have had a rally. Well, there seemed to be no organization to their rally here because these people were conversing the hallways and rooms. Any way, I walked in and the weather was hot outside. I went to check in but that took forever because these people in this motorcycle club were in front of me and the front desk should have had a separate line for check in for these people but did not. After checking in, I proceeded to my room, which was on the backside of the building. The entrance into the room was stingy meaning I could smell the air in the room and it smelt moldy. It was disgusting to say the least. I opened the window immediately but then had to shut because there were no screens on them and bugs were coming in the room. The ac unit wasn’t working and the refrigerator was not able to turn on. I called the front office to report about the room and they said someone would come out to look. I waited an hour, which was not good. The guy apologized and said he was at a few other rooms for that motorcycle club fixing problems. I scratched my head and thought why would you tell me that? Then as he was getting the fridge going, I asked him if he knew what was wrong with the other rooms and apparently he thought one room was flooded, the couple were not happy, and the hotel knew about it but they had no rooms to move those people. I told him the hotel should move people to other hotels if there is a problem. And there was another room with a toilet leak, a few others because of refrigerators that would not turn on, etc. This guy said they knew about this big motorcycle club coming up but didn’t think the place would sell out. Anyway back to my room problems. He said that because there were no other rooms available, I was stuck but maybe someone may check out the following day. What a terrible answer to say I am stuck dealing with these problems. I wanted to leave the hotel so bad but stuck it out. Went to dinner and there was hardly a place to sit because of the motorcycle club. I spoke with a couple people there because it looked like a senior group on motorcycles and asked who they were. Their vests showed gwrra on them and they said they came up for a weekend rally. I thought, oh great I hoped this would not interfere with my stay Oh, walking to the room in the halls the air quality was terrible. Very humid and i don’t think the hotel had air on. Dinner was delicious. I went back to the room, did some work for my meeting the next day. I had a hard time sleeping every night and no they never moved me to another room. There was a woman who i thought was the manager but she was only the sales lady. I asked her how to get a credit back on the stay because of the terrible accommodations. She c
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3.7/511 Reviews
Please note: This review was written during the COVID situation. I am giving only a 3/5 on service because when we arrived (after walking by the "friendliest hotel in Vermont" sign) we were told unapologetically and stone-facedly by the young man at the desk that they "would have called as a courtesy" but my "location didn't come through the reservation system" that I can't stay there unless we've quarantined 14 days with no grocery shopping or visiting with family or friends. He said that Vermont's policy is that if your county has more than (some # I don't remember) active cases per million, you can't stay there. (Never mind that my county has only 130,000 people / 52 active cases -- so I guess they multiply to get the per Million number???) I had pre-paid for this room, so LUCKY FOR ME because I work from home and have no social life, I was able to stay. I never thought a thing of it when making the reservation as here in NH and Maine, all the radio ads say that Vermonters can visit "without restriction" so it never occurred to me to check what Vermont had to say about us. I don't know if this is a Trip.com problem or a Comfort Inn problem --- But SOMEONE should be calling people. Imagine if you got turned away after a long trip?? And Rutland is "Central" Vermont so it's probably at least 45 minutes to any state border if you need a new hotel. Facilities: I give a 2/5 and again, not sure if this is Trip.com's fault or Comfort Inn's - but there is NO BREAKFAST due to covid. If you are like me and factor breakfast into the cost of a hotel, this would be helpful info. Yes, I knew they probably wouldn't have a buffet, but they could have done a little bag breakfast or a coupon to McDonald's (next door) or something to make up for the fact that they advertise something that they don't have. The indoor pool was also closed, which I anticipated. But again, that should be stated when booking - if I had little kiddos and they were looking forward to that and we found out it was closed on arrival, that would be bad. Incidentally, I work for a place in NH with an indoor pool and they open by appointment so only one family is in one area at a time - something to consider. Imagine the great reviews you'd get if a family could have private pool time on vacation! That said, this hotel was renovated since last I stayed there. Ice was clean. Room was clean. Housekeeper was just as nice as she could be. The front desk lady on day 3 (checkout) was very nice too. Wifi was easy to access. Lesson from this visit: Take it upon yourself to CALL THE HOTEL before arriving to find out protocols. Don't do the we-pick-the-hotel option on if you care about the amenities like breakfast and pool, because you won't be able to find out what's available before you find out what hotel you got. Message to Comfort Inn: Reach out to people before they drive 4 hours to get there. And when they do get there, try to be nice and pleasant, that will get you a lot further. Message to Trip.com: UPDATE YOUR SITE FOR COVID.
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2.6/525 Reviews
Occasionally I'm in Rutland for business. I stay here when (a) I'm paying for it myself and (b) I don't need Internet. The room is basic, pretty clean, and the shower is dependably hot. I'm good with that.
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