Wylie Inn and Conference Center
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Welcome to the Salem Spotlight, a series in which I tell you everything you need to know about attractions, restaurants, hotels, witch shops, tours, and a bunch of other locations in Salem, Massachusetts. Today we’re having a look at the Wylie Inn and Conference Center.
Located just 4 miles from downtown Salem, the Wylie Inn is the perfect place to stay if you want to avoid the hustle and bustle of town. Actually, you’ll find multiple buildings on-site, each of them with its own unique history.
The building known as, “The Wylie Inn” was built in 1958 on Endicott College land, intended to be residence hall. Long after, the building was renovated and a new wing added. In fact, the Conference Center, built in 1955, was originally used as the college’s gymnasium.
The Wylie Inn and Conference Center is no stranger to quality. It’s even been accredited by the International Association of Conference Centers.
What’s Inside the Wylie Inn and Conference Center
If you are planning touring the historical side of Salem, but you also want to enjoy a peaceful place to spend the night (especially near Halloween), this Inn is the perfect spot. Close to the city and reasonably priced, Wylie harmoniously combines traditional and modern amenities. On the front lawn, you’ll find a truly monumental fountain that’s super selfie-worthy.
This oceanfront property offers 91 guestrooms which may vary in shape and size, but never in quality. As they were converted from old dorm rooms, they are a bit small, but with a nice decor.
Staying at the Wylie Inn and Conference Center
The Wylie Inn offers a wide area of staying packages, such as Whale Watch, Brewery, Dinner or Bed and Breakfast. Also, to honor the men and women who serve or served America, the Inn has a package called Salute to the Heroes.
The rates of the rooms range from $159 to $199, excluding taxes and fees. This places Wylie on the lower-cost end of the Salem fare. But be aware prices can and do inflate in the Autumn. When booking your room, be sure to check the amenities offered to get the best deal.
- As of November, 2019
- Standard King Rooms: $199
- Petite Queen Rooms: $159
- Standard Queen Handicap Accessible: $179
- Classic 1 Queen Bed: $179
Keep in mind that all prices mentioned before don’t include taxes and fees.
Hours of Operation
You are always welcome to visit the hotel, as their reception is open 24/7.
The address: 295 Hale St, Beverly, MA 01915