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3 Feb-4 Feb
The only thing i wasn't happy with here was a drink that i ordered at Top Golf. I ordered the reeses martini which i feel the bartender didn't measure correctly and didn't fill the glass it was basically 2 sips and gone for $14. Then i saw a picture of the drink posted by Top Golf and it didn't look ...
29 Jan-30 Jan
This hotel is a great affordable place to stay nearby foxwoods and they offer free shuttle service to foxwoods which was our reason for staying there, and that was perfect. the decor is very cool and the hotel is clean and quiet. The most dissapointing aspect of it was that when we filled our jacuuzi ...
9 Feb-10 Feb
We are always welcomed. Breakfast as great except the last day. It was crazy with the amount of people at the breakfast room. Customers were pigs, dropping things and not picking it up. The staff couldn’t keep up with the clean up and food. I actually saw a man take half the pan of scrambled eggs, ...
30 Jan-31 Jan
My wife and I stayed one night at Hyatt Place Mystic in January 2020. Overall this was a very nice hotel and the off-season rate for our room was excellent. The location is outstanding - just south of the I-95 exit 89 and close to Olde Mistick Village and Mystic Seaport. The room was clean and very ...
The southernmost state in New England, Connecticut is one of the most historic and fascinating parts of the United States. Less touristy than its more famous neighbours, Connecticut boasts rolling meadows, orchards, lakes and vineyards as well as a picturesque coast and several characterful towns and cities. A Connecticut hotel is perfect for holidaymakers looking to escape the crowds and enjoy some stunning New England landscapes, the state has more than enough cultural and natural attractions to keep even the most energetic visitor happy for weeks.
Hartford – The capital of Connecticut, Hartford is one of the state’s most historic cities and one of New England’s oldest. As a result, the city boasts a number of impressive buildings, a good choice of museums and galleries, a vibrant nightlife and glorious hotels.
New Haven – The home of Yale University, New Haven is a student town that’s quickly becoming one of the most vibrant in Connecticut. Away from the 300-year old campus, the town offers a wealth of historic buildings and a great choice of galleries, museums and places to stay.
Stamford – Though located in Connecticut, Stamford is often considered part of Greater New York and many residents in the town commute to the Big Apple. As well as easy access to New York, Stamford boasts a pretty seafront, a number of historic buildings, a dynamic cultural scene and comfortable holiday accommodation.
Kent – Surrounded by state parks, the pretty town of Kent is a great destination for visitors who want to relax and unwind in the Connecticut countryside. Several historic sites can be found in the local area, while the local landscape offers plenty of opportunities for walking, cycling and exploration.
Thanks to its long history, Connecticut is packed full of important sights and makes a great destination for anyone interested in modern America’s early origins. Some of the most prominent sights are the Yale University Campus, with its historic buildings and grand open spaces, Mark Twain House, an American Gothic property that was home to the author from 1874 to 1891 and Gillette Castle State Park which contains an imposing mansion built to resemble a medieval castle. Visitors can also spend their days strolling around the historic areas of Hartford, New Haven and Lichfield and exploring the state’s pretty waterfront.
Connecticut boasts a wide variety of activities, with most suitable for adults and children of all ages. This makes the state very family friendly and a great choice for parents travelling with children. When the sun is shining, visitors can swim, walk and cycle along the shorelines in Essex, Milford, Guilford and Kent, have fun on the adrenaline pumping rides at Lake Compounce, America’s oldest theme park, or explore the miles of walking trails that crisscross the state. When the weather isn’t playing ball, visitors can learn about Connecticut’s Native American past at the Mashantucket Pequot Museum, learn something new at the Connecticut Science Centre or explore the state’s literary past at Mark Twain House.