New Hampshire hotels
New Hampshire is separated into seven regions: Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee, Great North Woods, Lakes, Merrimack Valley, Mondanock, Seacoast, and White Mountains. Each region has it own unique attractions for visitors, and whichever region the hotel visitor chooses, there is a wide selection of accommodations available, ranging from cabins and cottages, bed and breakfasts, motels, and hotels, as well as campgrounds and full service resorts.
New Hampshire Quick Picks and Tips
Hotel visitors may find many different meeting places in New Hampshire depending on which part of the state they wish to visit. However, the two main facilities are the Expo Center in Manchester and the New Hampshire Convention Center in Seabrook.
For seafood, a traditional New Hampshire food, try Brown's Lobster Pound in Seabrook. If in Sugar Hill, try Polly's Pancake Parlor for a taste of local maple syrup.
Major Point of Interest
The small towns of New Hampshire make up the true character of the state. The Currier and Ives Trail takes visitors throughout many of those towns as well as some state parks and of course, the amazing foliage in the fall.
There are wonderful little local shops in almost every New Hampshire town selling almost everything imaginable. The Merrimack Premium Outlets has 100 outlets, including Banana Republic and DKNY.
Outdoor sports are what make New Hampshire a great place to visit. There are the traditional sports like hiking and skiing, and there are more recent additions like zip lining for the visitor to enjoy. The New Hampshire Wildcats represent the University of New Hampshire.