Great Hotel Deals and Discounts in Connecticut

Hotels and motels in Connecticut service a wide range of needs, tastes, and budgets. Hotels in CT cities with familiar, national brand names -- near airports, and along major highways -- can range from basic, low-frills lodging to luxurious establishments with spas, fine dining, and many in-room amenities, as well as boutique hotels. Lodgings of all sizes and price ranges are available for children and families, and are near to family activities like Ocean Beach in New London, Mystic attractions, and the children’s and natural history museums of the Fairfield and Litchfield regions. In southeastern Connecticut tourism, the Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun casinos offer plentiful hotel rooms.

Hotels in Connecticut
Junior Suite 500x250 - Griswold Inn - Essex, CT
The Griswold Inn

36 Main Street Essex, CT, 06426 Phone: 860-767-1776

Enchanting inn, picturesque seaport village: a perfect getaway combination

Proudly standing on Main Street in what is often mentioned as the Best Small Town in America, the Griswold Inn has been warmly welcoming visitors since 1776. Just steps from the shops, galleries and harbor of Essex Village, the inn offers guests a choice of 34 charming rooms, each furnished with period antiques and reproductions, some with fireplaces or glimpses of the water. Dine on fresh local fare in a cozy dining room, comfortable patio or terrace, or choose from an extensive wine list in the celebrated Wine Bar. Area activities include rides on a steam train and riverboat, golfing, hiking, historical and art museums and the Connecticut Wine Trail. (Check the inn website for updates on health regulations and protocols.)
Stonington Double Queen Room - 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

For over a century, Mystic inn has welcomed guests with comfortable accommodations, warm service

The Whaler’s Inn has been providing its inviting brand of warm hospitality in downtown Mystic for over 125 years. Its five buildings reflect five historical eras, each with its own personality. The Morgan Suite in the 1865 House has original hardwood floors, a double-sided gas fireplace and an air-jet soaking tub. The quiet Stonington House has a large communal porch. It’s adults only at the 1818 Hoxie House, with gas fireplaces, soaking tubs and gorgeous river views. You’ll dine in style at The Shipwright’s Daughter, and in the afternoon enjoy freshly baked cookies and a comforting espresso at Scrimshaw, the new pop-up coffee lounge. Stroll the town’s shops, visit the Mystic Aquarium or Seaport Museum, or go hiking or sailing.
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