The Riverside Hotel, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member, is a luxury hotel located on the beautiful Connecticut River. All guest rooms have breathtaking water views and some have private balconies. the hotel is within minutes of downtown Brattleboro, VT, with dining, shopping, art galleries and museums. Keene, New Hampshire is about 20 minutes from the hotel and is home to shopping, dining and history. The hotel is only 30 minutes from the famous Vermont Country Store and within one hour of Mt. Snow and Okemo mountains in Vermont for downhill skiing.
Thin walls, the TV was on 7 first night and the staff knocked at my door at 4am to ask me to turn it down. Also a large scrape on the wall from the bed obviously moving.
Beautiful hotel, and all rooms have a fantastic view of the river. Conveniently located to BrattleBoro, Vt
Inconsistent room rates.
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Wonderful view and beautiful space in the room!
Microwave would have been nice for the room we paid for!
The woman who was at the desk in the evening was extremely pleasant, helpful, and a great ambassador. I would recommend she work with the day time office staff (2) to get them up to par on service excellence. Sorry, but she sets the bar really high.
The breakfast room did not match the charm, and the views, of the rest of the hotel. However, for the price of the room, and the fact it was complementary, you can't complain.
All the rooms look out over the Connecticut River - always beautiful. The beds are REALLY comfortable (select comfort). The room is large and well appointed with a fridge. It is very convenient to I-91 and the Brattleboro area.
Continental breakfast leaves a lot to be desired. Packaged muffins don't cut it.
Excellent view. Friendly staff.
Not a fan of the sleep number bed.
Friendly helpful staff. Well maintained- looks brand new for the age Extremely beautiful location. nice breakfast Comfortable, luxurious rooms. Great price overall. We LOVED it.
had some trouble finding/getting to it- staff said they were working on correcting GPS location.