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Towneplace Suites by Marriott – Burlington, VT

Towneplace Suites by Marriott – Burlington, VT

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In an area where lodging can be quite expensive, Towneplace Suites was reasonably priced and well worth the stay. This suite hotel is actually located in Williston, about 1 mile off of I-89, exit 12 and about 7 miles from downtown Burlington.

Check in was quick and the desk attendant was very friendly and accommodating. Plenty of parking too. All accommodations offer complimentary high speed wifi. They have a nice selection of cable TV channels. Studios, One and two bedroom suites are available. We stayed in a two bedroom suite that was clean and comfortable… especially sleeping! The beds were excellent, with plenty of down-filled pillows and an extremely comfortable mattress… and very quite at night (no road noise). Studios are large open rooms with one queen bed, full bath and furnished living/dining area with double sofa bed in most units. One bedroom suites have a separate bedroom with one queen bed, full bath and furnished living room with dining area and double sofa bed. Two bedroom suites have two separate bedrooms with one queen bed each, one full bath and furnished living room with dining area and double sofa bed. All accommodations have a fully equipped kitchen including coffee maker, cooking and eating utensils, dishes and glassware, dishwasher, microwave and refrigerator with icemaker. Pets are allowed with a non-refundable fee.

The hotel is located near plenty of shopping and restaurants. Downtown Burlington is only about 7 miles away and well worth a visit.

One minor complaint… we were on the first floor and the suite above us must have had small kids who got up early and let off steam by running around the suite. Other than that, this was a great stay. We plan on staying at Towneplace Suites again the next time we are up this way.


  1. Nice place! It’s located just north of a large retail area with lots of shopping and restaurants. I agree… it’s reasonably priced too!

  2. My favorite spring break memory is of my (now ex) boyfriend being a huge jerk to me on a ski slope by joining in with his brother making fun of me. He was so busy laughing at me that he fell, tumbled down the mountain, right into his brother. Karma!

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