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We’re here to help make your Hotel Champlain experience seamless, memorable, and fun!
We hope you’ll feel at home while staying with us. Need anything? Just ask.

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Phone Number:

60 Battery Street, Burlington, Vermont, 05401, USA

Driving Directions

From Burlington International (BTV)

Hotel Champlain is approximately 3.5 miles from Burlington International Airport. Travel time by car is approximately 15 minutes.


  • When leaving the airport, head north on Airport Circle toward Airport Drive for 0.2 miles.
  • Turn right onto Airport Drive for 348 feet.
  • Turn left at the first cross street onto White Street for 0.8 miles.
  • Turn right onto U.S. Route 2 West/Williston Road for 1.7 miles.
  • Continue onto Main Street for 0.5 miles.
  • Turn right onto Pine Street for 427 feet.
  • Turn left at the first cross street onto College Street for 338 feet.
  • The entrance to our parking lot will be on your right—welcome to Hotel Champlain!

Explore Burlington

  • Discover Our Neighborhood

Discover Our Neighborhood

Hotel Champlain provides the convenience of a walkable, shoppable city with the accompanying beauty of Lake Champlain. Explore all that Burlington has to offer.

Burlington Greenway

Discover this jewel of Burlington’s parks system where you can pedal, stroll, or run with spectacular lake views.

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Burlington Waterfront Park

Waterfront fun on Lake Champlain’s iconic shoreline, right outside your door.

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Church Street Marketplace

Burlington’s famous and family-friendly pedestrian mall, here for all your shopping needs.

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Echo, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain

Head to this museum of science, nature, and fun, right on Burlington’s waterfront.

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Spirit of Ethan Allen

Wine, Dine, Dance and Explore on Beautiful Lake Champlain

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Flynn Center for the Performing Arts

Your new favorite venue for live performance, housed in an iconic 1930 Art Deco landmark.

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