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I stayed here with my daughter when I attended a conference in Danvers. It was less expensive than some of the other places in the area. It was okay--not the friendliest of staff, but it was clean and in a convenient location to where I...More
This is a no-frills motel. Walking to the motel lobby, we had some misgivings. The motel room closest to the lobby had yogurt and milk outside and the lobby itself looked like someone brought the boxes out but stopped decorating midway. However, as a parent...More
This was not my first choice hotel to stay in Salem. Not bad, rooms could be updated, and non smoking room smelled like smoke. Was too late at night to switch rooms. Not happy that they charged extra for the third person since the room...More
The Clipper Ship Inn is very quaint and brings back memories of the times when hotels/motels were called "tourist courts." With that being said, the rooms were easily accessible, extremely large and quiet. They had an old world charm that was delightful! Plenty of plugs...More
Absolutely loved my stay here. Everything's you'd want in a big room plus perfect location. Staff were fantastic, the lady cleaning my room was just so delightful and I loved reception too. The TVs channels are epic! Free dunkin donuts card too! So happy with...More
Response from Janene1955 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, if you like to walk it's probably 20 minutes from downtown. My son and I did it several times when we stayed at the Clipper Shop Inn. If you decide that you don't want to walk, a cab ride is only a few dollars.