Hotel is currently undergoing renovation. They are handling that well, but it is obvious why they need to renovate. The lavatory basin in my room was severely cracked, the carpeting had some very worn spots. The doors to the adjoining rooms were very worn and look very used. The TV got poor (cable) reception. Management could've done something for guests - like free parking, or comp morning breakfast, or coupons for local establishments during the reno. (Room 504)
That said, the king bed was very comfy, The room was very clean. The TV was watchable. The staff was very friendly.
Traveller from Chicago
Located in the heart of Hartford, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Christ Church Cathedral and Bushnell Park. Mark …More
Have stayed many times. Hotel is going downhill. No dresser in our room even though we had booked and paid for a week. Furniture that was there was , broken, scratched and not appealing. This hotel, tho still charming has no memory of previous customer stays. There is no personal attention, no remembrance of past requests or likes. If you book directly with them, they reserve the right to change the rates depending on occupancy.
Traveller from New York City
Tucked away in the center of one of Connecticut's oldest towns, The Farmington Inn & Suites is surrounded by historic Main …More
This hotel is very good overall. But at these prices they need to get their wifi in order. Called and complained about it in the evening but nothing had been done about it when I checked out the next day.
Located in the heart of Middletown, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of General Mansfield House, Harbor Park …More
East of the river, Manchester is home to Connecticut Firemen's Historical Society Museum, the state’s first museum dedicated to fire-fighting history. The museum is housed in a fire station dating back to 1901. A visit to the 250-acre Wickham Park – a former estate – features woodlands, ponds, and more than 10 acres of ornamental gardens.