Five Dazzling Destination Hotels in Connecticut Last Updated 1/19
In Connecticut, you’ll find amazing, unique and unforgettable places to stay in every corner of the state, whether you’re looking for a romantic retreat or an elegant urban oasis.
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Just steps from Bushnell Park, this cosmopolitan capital city destination is a landmark all its own. With a distinctive exterior and an eclectic design sense inside, this stylish boutique hotel offers fine dining, an elegant cocktail bar and even a donut shop. It’s located in the heart of downtown Hartford, so it’s just a short walk to theater, art museums and even a Yard Goats baseball game.
A historic seaport home built in 1853 and brought to new life in 2016, the renovations uncovered a treasure of gilded-age character. Spicer Mansion has been recognized by "Wine Spectator" and "Architectural Digest" among others, and it’s a great place to stay and take in all the sights of Mystic, including the Seaport and the Aquarium.
This sophisticated, contemporary hotel in the heart of New Haven enjoys pristine views of the Yale University campus and features leather club chairs in all guest rooms. Stay here to spend a day exploring the museums and art galleries of the Elm City, shopping the many boutiques or enjoying a slice of pizza at world-famous Frank Pepe’s.
Originally an elegant private estate designed by famed architect Addison Mizner, this stylish manor house in Connecticut’s northwest corner is included on the National Register of Historic Places and has made "Yankee Magazine’s" “best of” list. With five impeccably designed five guest rooms, landscaped grounds, a pool, a game room and even a small home theater, you’ll feel right at home in this refined retreat.
After an easy train ride from NYC, unwind at this Fairfield County hotel offering unparalleled luxury and distinctive charm. Don’t miss the world-class spa or a bite at the top-rated restaurant, both on site. Wander into the small town of Southport or walk on the beach along Long Island Sound for a truly restful New England getaway.
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