There are a good number of options for people to stay at when they are traveling to the Gem City, but according to TripAdvisor.com one stands tall above the rest, which hotel do you tell your family and friends to stay at when they come to visit you?

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Spring is officially here and with the warmer weather it means that festivals and events will be returning to the Gem City in a big way soon, and that means you will probably have friends and family coming to visit you here in Quincy so the question pops up...Where should they stay? So I went straight to the source of all my travel questions TripAdvisor.com to see what their rankings on Quincy Hotels were and here is what I learned. (These are their famous Traveler Ranked ratings)...

#1 Town & Country Inn and Suites

#2 Quality Inn & Suites

#3 Stony Creek Inn

#4 Holiday Inn

#5 The Atrium on Third

To see the full list of rankings from TripAdvisor.com and to see what reviews were left by travelers click here! 

If I am being honest I am not shocked at all that these are the top five ranked hotels in the Quincy area by travelers who have stayed here. And to be fair all of these hotels are just about in the same price range, right now on TripAdvisor.com it is telling me I can get a room for $120 at Quality Inn, Stoney Creek Inn, and The Atrium, while Holiday Inn is at $129 and the number one ranked Town & Country Inn is only $104 a night!

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