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Boutique hotels of Mystic Connecticut specialize in elegance

Boutique hotels in the Mystic region of eastern Connecticut are known for their intimate charm and their high-end, personalized service along the European model. In most of these CT hotels, rooms are individually furnished with their own unique styles, and are equipped with a range of amenities starting with continental breakfast, free Wi-Fi, fireplaces, and lots of luxurious touches. Some of the boutique hotels in Mystic offer waterfront views or are just a short walk from the water.
Main Hotel Room - Saybrook Point Inn & Spa - Old Saybrook, CT
Saybrook Point Resort & Marina

Two Bridge Street Old Saybrook, CT, 06475 Phone: 860-395-2000 Toll-Free: 800-243-0212

Four-Diamond resort a glittering example of exceptional service, accommodations, amenities

Nothing glimmers quite like a AAA Four-Diamond resort. Let the Saybrook Point Resort & Marina show you why it is consistently honored for its service, hospitality and dining. Stay in a suite with a fireplace and jetted tub, in a luxurious guesthouse or villa, a private cottage or even in a lighthouse. Arrange to be pampered from head to toe in the on-site spa, relax in the indoor or outdoor pool, take a yoga or spin class in the health club. Dine on the most creative cuisine at Fresh Salt as you watch the boats glide by. Stop into the stores, restaurants and galleries of Old Saybrook, one of New England’s loveliest villages. Arrange for a cruise, a scenic hike (the resort will pack your lunch) or, in winter, skiing or snowshoeing.
Named "One of the 15 most beautiful resorts in the US" by TripsToDiscover.com!
Hoxie King Room New 2023 - Whaler's Inn - Mystic, CT
The Whaler's Inn

20 East Main Street Mystic, CT, 06355 Phone: 860-536-1506 Toll-Free: 800-243-2588

Historic inn in scenic Mystic a delightful retreat, with lots of nearby activities, attractions

Reflecting coastal New England’s history and culture, the five buildings of The Whaler’s Inn each represent a distinct historical era, going back to the Hoxie House, built by a shipmaster in 1818. Some of the inn’s rooms and suites have fireplaces, air-jet soaking tubs and Mystic River and drawbridge views. Dining is a treat at The Shipwright’s Daughter, part of the town’s thriving culinary community. There are freshly baked afternoon cookies at Scrimshaw, the pop-up coffee lounge at the restaurant, as well as happy hour before the dinner rush. Area attractions include the Mystic Aquarium, Mystic Seaport Museum of America and the Sea and the shops of Olde Mystick Village. Take a harbor tour, go hiking or zip lining or stroll bustling Main Street.
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