Looking for a hotel near the University of Vermont? These are our 5 favorites – one hotel for every type of traveler (no matter your budget!).
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– 3 minute drive to University of Vermont
Not just one of the best hotels near the university, we think DoubleTree is one of the best hotels in all of Burlington!
Beautifully decorated, the common areas and bedrooms of this hotel are all bright, clean, and very spacious. While breakfast is not included, the on-site restaurant is well-reviewed, and also serves lunch and dinner.
– 7 minute drive to University of Vermont
If you are the type of traveler who prefers a cozy apartment as opposed to a sterile hotel room- Sonesta ES Suites is for you!
The large, spacious suites are cozy and clean, and best of all they come with a kitchen so you can cook in! We love the way the hotel is decorated – very hip yet very minimal at the same time.
– 6 minute drive to University of Vermont
The most expensive hotel on our list is also one of the nicest in all of Burlington. We love that Hampton Inn Burlington has beautiful rooms with kitchens, and that the fitness center is big and clean.
And the hotel also offers a ton of great value. The indoor pool is big and heated. The breakfast is delicious and free. What more do you need?
– 11 minute drive to University of Vermont
Possibly the best budget hotel near University of Vermont is the Days Inn by Wyndham Shelburne.
This motel has cozy beds and pillows, and is a great place to grab a quiet night’s rest. While the outdoor pool is only available seasonally, the friendly staff, free breakfast, and fast wifi are available year round!
– 16 minute drive to University of Vermont
While it’s a bit further to the university, this bed and breakfast is a great option for someone who prefers a homey stay.
The rooms are lovely – filled with an old Victorian-like character, and with huge comfy beds! The breakfast is also very well-reviewed. But our favorite thing of all? The outside garden! Vermont is known for its outdoors, and this B&B is a perfect place to get in touch with mother nature.
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Emma Johnson lives to travel! Born in Washington D.C., Emma is a hotel connoisseur and a staff writer at Hotel Jules. An army brat, Emma got the travel bug early and has never been able to stop. Now, she has proudly visited 70+ countries and plans to visit every country in the world! Passionate about her ukelele (obviously) and her family, Emma eventually wants to retire in Thailand and write a book about all of her travel experiences.