Have been going to this hotel for many years on vacation. New owners are making nice improvements.
The hotel's ambassador, 'Anthony" always a pleasure to see. Our shower worked well but needs to be updated and based on what we see, we expect it will. Lot's to do in the surrounding area. We will return.
J&J, Southold, NY
Situated in the suburbs, this spa hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Southford Falls State Park, Hollow Park, and Glebe House …More
The hotel was very nice and in a good location, but the room was freezing and the walls were paper thin. I could hear everything going on in my neighbor's room which turned out to be very loud and honestly worrisome noises. I could not figure out how to turn the heat on and as it was 37 degrees out, was very cold throughout the night. Blankets on the bed were thin and I was not kept warm by any means. Found a blanket in the closet and this helped some. Overall, the amenities and room/bathroom were nice, but not worth the price tag in my opinion.
Combining classic New England style with up-to-date features, this 19-story hotel is one block from the historic New Haven …More
A decent room with a comfortable bed close to New Haven. For some reason, they have disabled all the bathtub stoppers, so it's not possible to take a bath. Even if you call ahead, there is not a single room with a working bath tub. Very strange.
Traveller from New Milford, CT
Situated in New Haven, this hotel is 3.1 mi (5 km) from Wooster Square and within 6 mi (10 km) of East Rock Park and Yale …More
Sleeping Giant Park offers 32 miles of trails while West Rock Ridge provides vistas of the Long Island Sound from its peak. Pedestrians and bicyclists share the Farmington Canal Walk, a paved 10-mile trail surrounded by greenery that links Hamden to Cheshire and New Haven. The Eli Whitney Museum, named for the inventor of the cotton gin, features interactive exhibits and workshops.