where dreams take flight. welcome to the Hampton Inn Chicopee/Springfield As the Connecticut River winds through Hampden County here in Massachusetts, you'll find our quaint town-a city that was first settled in 1640. The Hampton Inn® hotel in Chicopee/Springfield puts you in the middle of all our area has to offer. Chicopee boasts the nation's largest reserve Air Force base, Westover. It's just a mile from our hotel. In Chicopee/Springfield, you'll want to see our charming downtown or one of our many colleges-such as Mount Holyoke, just six miles from our front door. When you're ready for some family-based fun, Chicopee delivers. Hoops fan? Check out the Basketball Hall of Fame. Thrill seeker? Get your ups and downs on the roller coasters of Six Flags™ New England. Other attractions such as Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory & Gardens and the Eastern States Exposition are waiting nearby, too. So come check into the Hampton Inn hotel in Chicopee, where dreams take flight services & amenitie Here at the Hampton Inn Chicopee/Springfield, we're passionate about taking good care of you. That's why we offer a broad range of services and amenities at our hotel to make your stay exceptional Whether you're planning a corporate meeting or need accommodations for a family reunion or your child's sporting group, we're delighted to offer you easy planning and booking tools to make the process quick and organized * Meetings & Event * Local restaurant guide
I can't believe that hotel got such a poor rating. There was nothing about it we didn't like. Not a whole lot going on in this area, but that was fine with us. We wanted peace and quiet and that's exactly what we got.
Not a thing!
Location and ease to stores highway etc.
Bed was not firm enough
It was located near every store and restaurant you could imagine. The hotel staff was friendly and the hotel was very clean.
The hot tub was a little cold.
It met an exceeded our expectations; had a whirlpool king sized room and loved it !
Not really; although the breakfast rooms seemed full of people there was still plenty of food to go around...would stay again
An exceptionally nice hotel with a great location and priced just right. I have it as one of my favorite places to stay.
This is more of a route 33/Chicopee MA issue. The road make you drive out of your way in order to get to the hotel. NOT the hotel's fault at all.
The hotel staff was very helpful and friendly. They recommended a restaurant for us and also gave us some board games to amuse the kids. It was a very pleasant experience.
We liked everything.
This is a modest place, small pool, no restaurant, no store, but the breakfast has a lot of choices and the staff is friendly and helpful, providing a sewing kit and lint remover on request. I asked for non-down bedding in advance and got it.
The front desk staff was very friendly. Room service was efficient. The only concerns I have: I booked this room during a UTA (military training) weekend at Westover ARB. There were plenty of Army personnel utilizing the hotel as well. I don't think the staff did as well keeping those Army personnel in check during the unsociable hours, quiet hours. Many of those rooms on the second floor were loud. I am not a light sleeper, If I can hear the noise through the walls and be kept awake then I am quite sure I was not the only guests inconvenienced. My other concern: the top of ottoman (footstool) in my room upon checkin was damp. I didn't expect that. If these rooms are checked out at 11am and the housekeeping staff has x amount of hours to turn a room over, my question is 'Does housekeeping really check everything before they report a room as inpsected?' \nOther than those concerns, I did like the hotel. It was clean, well maintained, and good customer service. Good location to many venues.
I have stayed at many a Hampton Inn with no problems. The weekday staff here has been great, the weekend staff has alot to be desired. I watched the weekend breakfast person put food away with bare hands, without washing them. I watched the same person feed her family members, not guests at the hotel. the same person changed the television channel from the program I was watching to the cartoon network for her family without asking if any guests minded. While I will stay here during the week again, I doubt I will be here on the weekend.