Resorts in Mystic Connecticut offer many amenities
The resorts of the Mystic region of eastern Connecticut offer luxuries and activities limited only by the imagination. Among the fine offerings at resorts – including the Foxwoods Resort and Casino and the Mohegan Sun, both in the Mystic CT region -- are luxury guest rooms and townhouses, swimming pools, golf, spas and spa service, tennis, fitness centers, fine food, access to nearby outdoor sporting activities, and white-glove service.
Two Bridge Street
Old Saybrook, CT, 06475
Where peaceful setting meets luxurious service
This elegant and historic retreat boasts 130 years of service and compliments to its credit as a full service resort hotel with scenic views of Long Island Sound astride the Connecticut River. Luxury hotel amenities await in spacious rooms, suites and villas. Enjoy European pillow-top mattresses, mini fridges and kitchens, complimentary wireless Internet access or step into the realm of the senses in the lavish spa, the indoor and outdoor pools, the sauna or steam room, or out on to the sun deck where nature will have its way. Fresh, seasonal and local cuisine, an extensive wine list and impeccable service is on the menu at the Fresh Salt Restaurant. Boating in, tie up at the Saybrook Point Marina and be welcomed by Saybrook’s professional and friendly staff.
1525 Boston Post Road
Westbrook, CT, 06498
Enjoy the perfect balance of historic ambience and contemporary amenities
It seems like some of our best memories happened around water: Swimming Lessons in the Pool, Overnight Camp at the Lake, Vacations with Family Along the Shore. Well, Water’s Edge Resort & Spa is on the water and it’s where Connecticut goes to find the shore. With 20 acres of beachfront property overlooking the Long Island Sound, Water’s Edge features 170 spacious guestrooms, a relaxing spa, health club, private beach, tennis courts, pools, whirlpools and sauna rooms…award winning dining with the best views around, and on-site shopping at The Shops at Water’s Edge. Come see why we’ve been welcoming back families and visitors for decades.