The Berkshires and Pioneer Valley of Massachusetts host a large variety of hotels

Hotels and motels in Massachusetts, including the Berkshires towns of Great Barrington, Stockbridge, Lee, and Lenox, and the Connecticut River Valley towns of Springfield, West Springfield, Northampton, and Amherst, serve a wide range of needs, tastes, and budgets. Chain hotels in the Berkshires region of MA can range from basic, low-frills lodging to luxurious establishments with spas, fine dining, and many in-room amenities. Lodgings of all sizes and price ranges are available for children and families, and are near to family activities. Mass. hotels and motels place visitors close to wonderful Berkshires and Connecticut Valley attractions like Six Flags New England; the Zoo in Forest Park; the Catamount, Jiminy Peak, and Bousquet ski areas; Berkshire Theatre Festival; Norman Rockwell Museum; Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art; and Historic Deerfield.
Front Porch - Red Lion Inn - Stockbridge, MA
Red Lion Inn

30 Main Street Stockbridge, MA, 01262 Phone: 413-298-5545

An elegant Berkshires inn with a two-century welcoming tradition

A home for travelers for more than 200 years, the Red Lion Inn stands picture-perfect in the middle of one of New England’s most quintessential towns, home to Norman Rockwell. Whether you stay in one of the inn’s 125 individually decorated rooms or in one of the gracious guest houses, you will fall in love with the inn’s charm; its amenities from a year-round heated outdoor pool and hot tub to a book of bedtime stories provided with turndown service; and its proximity to all the activities that the magical Berkshires have to offer, from live theater to skiing, mountain hiking, antiquing and museums (although you might just want to grab a rocker on the inn’s famous porch). Dining ranges from elegant to casual, with nightly entertainment.
New Entrance Sign Mar2019 - Briarclif Motel - Great Barrington, MA
Briarcliff Motel

Route 7 - 306 Stockbridge Road Great Barrington, MA, 01230 Phone: 413-528-3000

Former ‘60s motel transformed into fun, affordable vacation lodging

Briarcliff, a classic ‘60s motel in the beautiful Berkshires, has been transformed with an attention to detail into a stylish, affordable lodging, offering guests homemade breakfasts, warm hospitality and a base from which to explore all the area has to offer. And that’s plenty, from the Norman Rockwell Museum and MassMOCA to regional theater groups, great antiques shopping, golfing, skiing and hiking (the Monument Mountain trail is right across from the inn). Rooms are stylish, mattresses comfy, the lounge with its roaring pellet stove cozy, and the outdoor firepit (the motel sits on six woodland acres) a fun gathering place for guests. Oh, and the mountain views from the deck and the grounds: more than memorable.