• Hawthorne Hotel

    • Accommodations
    • Functions & Meeting Space
    • Restaurants
    18 Washington Square West
    Salem, MA 01970
    (978) 744-4080
    Hours:
    Our cozy Tavern, located off the hotel lobby, is open from 11:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.

    About Us

    Established in 1925, the historic Hawthorne Hotel is situated in the heart of Salem, and a proud member of the Historic Hotels of America. The Hawthorne Hotel offers unique, boutique-style read more
    • About

      Established in 1925, the historic Hawthorne Hotel is situated in the heart of Salem, and a proud member of the Historic Hotels of America. The Hawthorne Hotel offers unique, boutique-style accommodations in Salem. Our historic hotel includes 84 rooms and 5 suites in the main hotel and 3 rooms and 1 suite in the Fidelia Bridges Guest House. Each room is tastefully appointed with traditional New England style decor, reflecting the unique Salem charm and character. Guests can enjoy traditional pub fare in the Tavern which features a beautiful fireplace or the upscale relaxing atmosphere of Nathaniel's restaurant. Our culinary team creates seasonal dishes with traditional flare. The Hawthorne Hotel's friendly and attentive service, seaside location and charming surroundings also make it a destination landmark for business meetings, receptions and weddings. Complimentary parking, complimentary WiFi, Pet-Friendly including a pet menu.

    • Highlights

      • full service historic boutique hotel
      • serving breakfast, lunch, dinner
      • weddings, showers, meetings, luncheons and dinner events
    • Media

    • Member Events

      Wednesday Jan 29, 2020
      Join Salem Sound Coastwatch and the Abbot Public Library in Marblehead for the first presentation in our 2020 Underwater in Salem Sound Lecture Series. On Wednesday, January 29th from 7-8:30pm at the Abbot Public Library, come and learn about the healthy sea scallops that live in Salem Sound and what we can do to keep them that way. Louise Cameron will share with us what makes scallops so unique and delicious. She will discuss her current work on scallops to give us an idea of how they may respond to living in an ocean that is becoming more acidic. Annually, more than $500 million worth of Atlantic sea scallops are harvested off the U.S. Atlantic coast. The current sea scallop fishery is so healthy and valuable in part, because it is well managed, but how will a future of increased ocean acidification affect scallops? Underwater in Salem Sound is jointly sponsored by Salem Sound Coastwatch and the Abbot Public Library. Free and open to the public. For more information info@salemsound.org or call 978-741-7900. ...read more
    • Whom to Contact

      • Claire Kallelis
        General Manager
        Phone: (978) 825-4300
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