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Reviewed 5 December 2019

We stayed at the Chalet Motel Annex. We had a room with two queen beds and a pull-out sofa which worked great for our kids. The room was a bit dated but large and clean. It has a microwave and coffee maker. For the rate, it was a great deal. We were just here overnight for a day trip to Stratton Mountain.

Date of stay: December 2019
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Thank rchs2015
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David K, Owner at The Chalet Motel, responded to this reviewResponded 5 December 2019

Glad you enjoyed your stay and thanks for the nice review.

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Reviewed 22 November 2019

Was looking for a reasonably priced room for hiking during off-season and was happy with our choice. Opted for 2 queen beds and requested room with microwave (as not all rooms have one) and was put in annex in back (where rooms with queen beds are). I think there was only 1 other room occupied at motel during our stay.

Since no breakfast served, picked up some food from market in town and ate in room. Weather was getting cold and heater in room heated the place up fast and had to turn temperature down. Unfortunately the hot tub wasn't up and running yet. Overall, we were happy with the room.

Room tip: Not all rooms have a microwave so if need one, make sure you request room with one.
Date of stay: November 2019
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Thank Barbara R
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David K, Owner at The Chalet Motel, responded to this reviewResponded 22 November 2019

Thanks for your review and glad you enjoyed your stay with us. The hot tub is up and running now and we keep it available through the winter season. Have a Happy Thanksgiving and holiday season.

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Reviewed 24 October 2019 via mobile

This place sort of reminded me of Super 8 except for the fact that it was a motel. We stayed in the annex and were the only guests of all 50+ rooms in that portion of the motel. The location of the annex is far off the road, so it gives you a nice feeling of seclusion from the city. The bed was clean, but the mattress was not very comfortable. Breakfast was not included. There was a vending machine outside that made a lot of noise, even though the cost to keep the vending machine cooled is almost certainly greater than the profits made from selling beverages. Overall, a pleasant stay.

Date of stay: October 2019
1  Thank elliot111
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Reviewed 10 October 2019

For the price, the Chalet Motel is a great bargain. Most of the other lodging in the Manchester area costs 50% to 100% more, and for a one-night (two-night, if you’re pushing it) stay, the sacrifice in luxury is certainly worth the savings.

We went for a Monday during peak foliage season, and it amused us that we had virtually the entire annex to ourselves. There might have been one other vehicle there on the other side, but it was still a far cry from “No vacancy” that I’m sure other more pricey hotels were experiencing. Our double queen room was spacious, with an undersized flat screen TV well positioned to view from a last one of the beds, a large sliding glass door in the back, and good drapes on both ends to block out the light. The bathroom was functional, with one of those retrofitted shower and tub liners you see advertised on TV.

If you pull off a couple layers of the onion, you see why the price was so ‘reasonable’. Check-in was pretty drab. There was really no warm welcome or assistance to offer or do more than provide one or two traditional keys. Even the “new” annex felt dated, as if it had been built in the 1970s and not renovated since. The beds were cheap, springy, and well past their useful days. The lamp shades were coming apart, and the shower rod was hanging off the wall and unable to properly hold up the shower curtain from end to end. I saw no signs of mold or mildew, but the tiling was definitely from a few decades ago, and there was noticeably unfinished patchwork in the walls which some kid probably did using spackling paste for a few extra bucks.

Sleep quality would have been much better even on the sketchy beds if it hadn’t been for the 4 AM noise emanating from the Pepsi machine adjacent to our unit. Why the hotel needs to even keep one of these relics on the property is a mystery, but when the relic operates with 12-second on and off cycles for 15 minutes in the middle of the night, presumably for general maintenance, it becomes a genuine nuisance and huge negative in the stringent Cherry Wonderdog rating system. Similarly, the heating system in our room, which the owner admitted at check-in hadn’t been turned on all season, seemed to suffer from a skewed thermostat and a mind of its own. I had to turn it off when it kicked on in the middle of the night with a relentless amount of heat even though I had only set it for 64 degrees.

In sum, if I were to come back to Manchester, I might consider the Chalet Hotel again, but it would be so much better if they made a few simple upgrades to fix these issues beforehand.

Date of stay: October 2019
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2  Thank Cherry_Wonderdog
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Reviewed 7 October 2019

The motel room was in the annex across the street from the motel. The room was spacious, comfortable, and the cleaning service provided was excellent. The staff was friendly and eager to help when needed.

Date of stay: September 2019
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Thank RonDufresne
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