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Intro to Connecticut hotels and accommodations

It may be one of the smallest U.S. states, but this northeast square of rolling green hills packs in the attractions. There’s a world-renowned center of learning, a seaport rimed with tales of maritime adventure, a string of enticing colonial towns, and a pair of casinos where the wheels of fortune never stop spinning. And because Connecticut has always been ahead of the curve—whether in its mills or its hedge funds—it’s the wealthiest corner of the America. Expect the best in luxury living in the Nutmeg State.

Hotels in Connecticut


That luxury living translates into some rather fabulous hotels, when it comes to accommodation in Connecticut. There are grand sea-fronting mansions with a palatial air and wonderful views onto Long Island. There are slick glass towers housing deluxe suites, and offering superb business facilities. And the hospitality and charm of Connecticut inns is only matched by their excellent cuisine and lavish furnishings. You’ll find plenty of excitement and entertainment at the casino resorts in Connecticut, while its colonial towns have charming boutique hotels steeped in historic connections.

Things to see in Connecticut


Despite being such a small state, Connecticut has 100 miles of coastline, and its people have always looked out to the sea. That salt-tanged outlook is most celebrated at Mystic Seaport, the world’s biggest maritime museum. Here you can not only admire its wonderful collection of ships, you can sail some of them too. Connecticut is also proud of its learned institutions, none more so than Yale. Among its fantastic museums is Yale University Art Gallery in New Haven. It is reputed for its collections of African sculpture, Italian paintings, and modern art. Great fun for kids can be had at Lake Compounce, an amusement park in Bristol. The oldest amusement park in the U.S., it offers thrilling rollercoasters and gentle amusement rides. Foxwoods Casino, on the other hand, is one for the adults—a Native American casino that pulls in 40,000 visitors a day. And to discover more about Native culture, a visit to the Mashantucket Pequot Museum is in order. Its interactive exhibits and films are a real eye-opener.

Where to stay in Connecticut


Its captivating sea-side towns provide among the most attractive accommodation in Connecticut. Mystic is one of the more popular resorts for families. It has big-ticket attractions like its aquarium and seaport, plus clean, safe beaches close by. The state capital, Hartford, is good for business travelers, especially those dealing with its large insurance corporations. By contrast, New Haven is a town with a lot more buzz, thanks to its student population. Its top-flight restaurants, much-lauded theaters, and exclusive boutiques combine for a wonderfully romantic city break.

How to get to Connecticut


Sitting at the heart of the New England area, Connecticut is easy to travel to by road. Take I-91 if you’re coming down from Massachusetts from the north, and I-84 from New York to the west. I-95 brings in visitors from Rhode Island, and runs along the south coast past most of the state’s seaside cities. Bradley Airport, the state’s largest airport, is the point of entry for those flying in. You can easily fly in to JFK or Newark in New York, and then drive in the last leg to Connecticut.

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