Lodging for romantic and weekend getaways in Hartford Connecticut
In any season, romance and New England fit together perfectly. Lodgings for a romantic getaway range from chic, high-rise city hotels to little inns and bed-and-breakfasts tucked into a mountain valley or poised above a rocky coastline. See ideas for romantic lodgings on this page, below.
During your romantic getaway, don’t miss the many unique and welcoming places to dine and shop. Romantic activities range from a horse-drawn sleigh ride in Vermont to antique shopping in Connecticut to beach combing in Rhode Island. Find lots of ideas for places dine, shop, and explore at our New England Romance page.
7 Main Street
Middletown, CT, 06457
Romantic Main Street perfect locale for a couples getaway
New England charm with a contemporary twist and a spot in the scenic Connecticut River Valley make the Inn at Middletown the classic choice for a week or weekend that features just the two of you. Let the inn’s old-world colonial style, with mahogany furniture and paneling, and its perch on historic Main Street – voted America’s Most Romantic Main Street by the Huffington Post – take you back to a more relaxing, more romantic era. Start your day with Lobster Benedict in the Tavern at the Armory, then explore nearby shops, boutiques and restaurants. Go for a stroll on the grounds of the fabulous Beaux Arts Wadsworth Mansion, tour a nearby brewery or vineyard or just relax in the inn’s heated indoor pool and spa.
One Haynes Street
Hartford, CT, 06103
Sophisticated and historical touches create cozy atmosphere
Relaxing at an intimate lounge, sipping a seasonal cocktail and enjoying fresh oysters from the raw bar. Dining on French-American fusion cuisine and choosing from a sommelier-curated wine list at a chic brasserie. Then retiring to your spacious room to rest by a fireplace lit with flickering mood candles. It’s all part of the romance at The Goodwin hotel, where your every wish is the attentive staff’s command. Although the boutique hotel celebrates its Victorian-era roots with its striking terra cotta facade, it also offers modern touches like a state-of-the-art fitness center and a selection of unique, stylish rooms, including two-floor duplexes for couples who want to stretch out while staying in.