The New Hampshire State House is clearly seen from The Hotel Concord and was built between 1816 and 1819 under the watchful eye of architect Stuart Park. The iconic Greek Revival building is made of local granite and is open to the public Monday through Friday for free tours, and on some weekends into the summer and fall. Next door, the New Hampshire Historical Society library has expositions and events.
Drawing inspiration from the natural beauty of the region, The Hotel Concord exudes a distinct sense of place. The street level lobby, with its quietly elegant décor, fireplace, comfortable seating and abundance of natural light, invites social engagement with other guests and area residents. Guestrooms feature locally-sourced materials whenever possible and are beautifully appointed with handsome custom paneling, light wood floors, granite window sills and stylish furnishings and fixtures. Artwork, including original contemporary pieces and a collection of conversation-provoking photographs referencing the state’s pivotal role in the nation’s political process, adorns the walls in the public spaces and guest rooms.
The Hotel Concord's 38 guestrooms are modern, sophisticated and evoke an authentic New Hampshire aesthetic. Each guestroom is a different size and shape, a purposeful departure from the standard “cookie cutter” hotel room, while offering a quiet environment, high ceilings and large windows that invite light and offer downtown views, with many having balconies. Amenities include wall mounted 55 to 65-inch flat-screen HD televisions, Alexa-enabled devices, complimentary high-speed internet, mini refrigerators and oversized bathrooms offering a selection of fine products.