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Frequently asked questions
What should I expect on my historical trip to New Haven?
A trip to the historical places in New Haven is likely number one on your sightseeing list. While you’re visiting, check out the art scene and museums. You can also take time at the well-known college campus in this family-friendly area.
What's the best accommodation in New Haven that's close to historical sites?
Based on our travel expertise, Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale is a top 4-star hotel for history seekers booking on Expedia, and it offers a restaurant and WiFi. Lighthouse Point Park is a short 11-minute drive away. If you’re interested in local history, another choice for your visit is Courtyard New Haven at Yale.
How many historically relevant hotels are there in New Haven?
New Haven has 235 hotels and other accommodations bookable on Expedia, including 64 designated as historic hotels or close to historic sites.
What are the must-see historical places and other sights in New Haven?
New Haven is notable for landmarks like Lighthouse Point Park, Lighthouse Point Carousel, and Bill Miller’s Castle. Cultural venues include Shubert Theater, Toyota Presents Oakdale Theatre, and Palace Theatre. A couple of additional sights to add to your agenda are Sterling Memorial Library at Yale University and Yale University Art Gallery.
What is a historic hotel like in New Haven?
When you choose a historic hotel, you’ll spend a night or two in a building that has an officially recognized national historic designation. A castle, stately home, palace or even a pub, lodge, old police station, or skyscraper can be turned into a historic hotel provided that it’s a place of special interest. Traditional architecture and period features are typically found within the guestrooms or public spaces of such hotels in New Haven, giving a real sense of character.
What is the difference between a historic hotel and a heritage hotel?
You’ll often hear the term “heritage hotel” in Asia and Europe, wheareas the term “historic hotel” is more commonly used in the U.S. though overall the terms are quite similar. The architecture and actual building of a historic hotel tends to be the most important aspect. For a heritage hotel, it’s often the cultural value as well as how it inspired the community.
Do historic hotels in New Haven have modern facilities?
Hotels have the safety features and modern conveniences you expect to find, though efforts have been made to preserve treasured traditions and historic facades. Private rooms with updated bathroom facilities, heating and air conditioning, free and fast Internet, and the popular amenities found in most hotels will be available in a historic hotel. When you choose a historic hotel in New Haven, don’t worry that you’ll find yourself staying at a place that’s uncomfortable for guests or simply rundown.