If you’ve ever been to New Haven, you’ve no doubt seen the magnificence of Yale University, the Yale Bowl, the New Haven Green, the Long Wharf Theatre and the coastline that runs on the southern side of the I95 Corridor. You may have even seen the Downtown area, but one thing you may not have known about New Haven from a cursory visit to the town, with all its current and modern items, is its history. New Haven Connecticut may have been known as the oldest formally planned community in the US. Founded in 1638, the original four street by four street grid now sits in the center of Downtown New Haven.
With all the history to look back on and with all the interesting and modern things about a city like New Haven, it should be considered for your next vacation destination. With its proximity to all things East Coast including Boston, Rhode Island, other destinations in the Tri-State, and the fantastic casinos which lie just a few miles down the road, why would you not want to go check out this excellent vacation destination?
With all that said the only remaining question is about the hotel scenario in New Haven Connecticut and by this you will not be disappointed. New Haven is far enough away from both congested areas of Boston and New York that you can really appreciate everything there is to offer from the city without feeling like you’re stacked up on top of everything. Not that there is no traffic! Quite the contrary, as New Haven lies on the axis of these important areas as well as the split for people traveling from the north, you can end up with an intense amount of traffic if you’re traveling on holiday weekends or during the daily rush hours.
But the good thing about that when you’re talking about the bigger hotels in the area is that you can always request a late check out. Even if you do need to be traveling at the ordinary rush hours, going with the flux of traffic, you can make out alright most of the time.
Hotels in the area of New Haven are for the most part honoring of the rich tradition of the ghosts within the cities walls. Even newer properties do the history a service by rich appointments and a refined, stately air. One of these properties is the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale. Overlooking the historic campus and immersed in the rich tradition, the Omni is one of the most refined properties that speaks to the historic tradition that Connecticut and New Haven are known for. With a host of the now typical services that we all take for granted such as high speed internet, concierge service, and many possible suites there are also a bunch of other things about the Omni that send it out of this world. Omni offers check cashing facilities, in house, same day dry cleaning services, in room fitness services, and twice daily housekeeping services making the Omni one of the best possible properties for anyone visiting the area.
Courtyard by Marriott also has a property near the Yale campus and you can be assured that the Marriott traditions are well in line with the historic nature of the Yale campus. Located on Whalley Avenue in New Haven you should check out the Courtyard by Marriott’s website and you will see is the rooms are not only spacious but offer a whole is to the amenities including in refrigerator, CD and MP3 player, and Nintendo which make for a placated child in any event.
For a more modest budget and more modest means the Fairfield Inn is a lower cost Marriott brand that still offers a great deal of benefits of it’s costlier cousins. With high speed Internet, new bedding in all the rooms and a great location between New Haven and Hartford, Fairfield Inn in Wallingford is the perfect option for people who want to stay near New Haven but can’t afford New Haven prices.