Hotels in Connecticut
Connecticut's cities and towns have plenty of hotels that are offer good values from dependable, familiar brands, but the state also has some truly unique properties worth a splurge. You'll find the Mayflower Grace on most lists of the best hotels in Connecticut. This 21-room hotel sits on 58 acres of manicured grounds in the Litchfield Hills. Chef Jonathan Cartwright makes the most of the local produce at the innovative Muse restaurant. Winvian, also in the northwestern part of the state, stands out from other hotels in Connecticut, or anywhere, for that matter. The owners asked 15 different architects and designers to create its unusual 18 cottages—you can sleep in a tree house or facing a helicopter, in your room (the helicopter's interior has been redesigned as a lounge). Along the coast, the 19th-century Whaler's Inn lets you continue your trip back into Mystic's nautical history to when it was a major shipbuilding center even when you call it a day, while the Delamar Greenwich Harbor has waterfront views and its own private dock.
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