Centennial Inn

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96 PLEASANT STREET, Concord 03301
603-225-7102
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A hidden New Hampshire gem

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Travelocity.com

If the Centennial were in Manhattan it would be considered a really cool boutique hotel, instead it is a really hot Concorde hostelry. Recently renovated throughout every room is different and all have neat design touches. The staff are all ...Read more
centennial inn

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i have been staying at the centennial since the day the opened, it has been 12-15 years, we stayed 2 weekends a year, went to the nascar race, we went thru manny owners, as of 2007 the family oriented hotel was wonderful i enjoyed both weekens, now ...Read more
centennial inn

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Travelocity.com

i have been staying at the centennial since the day the opened, it has been 12-15 years, we stayed 2 weekends a year, went to the nascar race, we went thru manny owners, as of 2007 the family oriented hotel was wonderful i enjoyed both weekens, now ...Read more
wow

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unbelievably upscale at competitive price. never expected such a quality spot in concord, NH.\nrestaurant gourmet quality without off the scale price. plenty of vegetarian options. been other "inns" in New England that think their "rustic charm" ...Read more
visit 04/07

A traveler

Travelocity.com

Charming and unique. Staff was very nice. Recommend upgrade to balcony suite. New dinning room/bar along with new chef made for a very nice visit. Easy access to state offices and downtown area.


Centennial Inn

A traveler

Travelocity.com

I checked into a room which was big but bare. There was very little furniture in the room and I had to sit on the floor to use the phone because there was no desk or chair near it. People who were trying to call me could not get through to me ...Read more
Centennial Inn

A traveler

Travelocity.com

I checked into a room which was big but bare. There was very little furniture in the room and I had to sit on the floor to use the phone because there was no desk or chair near it. People who were trying to call me could not get through to me ...Read more
charm & comfort

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Travelocity.com

worthy alternative to cookie-cutter chain hotels. nice rooms, lots of wood & granite state charm. good sleeping!