Hotel Guide: New Haven, Connecticut

There are many reasons why one would visit New Haven, Connecticut. Most likely the main reason would be because of Yale being within this wonderful city. Other reasons could be for business, personal, or pleasure. No matter why you are in this amazing city, there is one thing you will need. A great hotel. So, I have researched and reviewed the top three of these hotels for your consideration. So no matter if you are visiting Yale University or if you are just visiting your family, but don’t want to get too close to them, read on to find your perfect hotel.

The first hotel in which I reviewed is the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale. This four-star hotel is only two blocks from Yale University’s campus. The Omni’s elegant lobby is appointed with marble floors, cherry-wood pillars, and updated traditional furnishings. One of the great features of this hotel is that is obtains a library just off of the main lobby area. Many of the guests of this hotel include Yale visitors, weekenders taking in a show at one of the city’s renowned theaters, and businesspeople visiting nearby offices. Some of the hotels amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access throughout the lobby and guestrooms, a business center which is open 24-hours-a-day, which includes computers with complimentary high-speed Internet access. This 19-story hotel has 306 guestrooms, all with complimentary wireless Internet access. Some of the other in-room amenities include televisions with pay movies and premium channels, as well as some of the rooms have views of the Long Island Sound or Yale campus.

The second hotel in which I reviewed is the Best Western Executive Hotel. This hotel is only two miles from the West Haven Boardwalk as well as the beach. And this hotel has an excellent location as it is only three miles from Yale University. Some of the other amenities this hotel includes is complimentary high-speed Internet access in its business center, an indoor swimming pool and a fitness center. This hotel also features a restaurant and lounge. This seven-story hotel has 100 guestrooms, some in-room amenities include complimentary high-speed Internet access and local calls. Rooms also offer microwaves, refrigerators, and coffeemakers.

And the last hotel in which I reviewed is the Three Chimneys Inn at Yale. This historic hotel was built in 1870 and was originally a mansion. If it is location you want, location you will get. This hotel is located in the center of the museum, theater, shopping and entertainment districts, and is only one mile from Yale University. The Yale Art Museum, Reparatory Theater, British Center for Art, Shubert Theater, Performing Arts Center, and an extensive collection of restaurants and bistros are all within steps of this utterly amazing hotel. This hotel features eleven rooms, and all of them feature four-poster beds, Edwardian bed drapes and oriental rugs. All rooms include a full, private bath, two-line telephone, data-port, TV, air conditioning, and conversational seating. Room rate includes a full “Chef’s Choice” breakfast, guest pantry, and afternoon tea.


Three Chimneys Inn at Yale
1201 Chapel
New Haven, CT 65111

Best Western Executive Hotel
490 Saw Mill Road
West Haven, CT 06516

Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale
155 Temple Street
New Haven, CT 06510

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