by Courtney Elko
The extended-stay suites feature studio, one- or two-bedroom options, all of which are ideal for families. All of the suites feature a fully equipped kitchen with a refrigerator, stove and oven, microwave oven, toaster, dishwasher and a dining area. There are plenty of pots and pans and dishware as well. The separate living room area features a sleeper sofa and a flat screen television and some suites feature a fireplace. Wi-Fi access is available. Cribs are available upon request. Pets are welcome at this hotel for a non-refundable fee. A free scheduled shuttle will take guests within a 3-mile radius of the hotel as well. Families will find the availability of the daily hot breakfast buffet convenient with items like eggs, hot and cold cereal, yogurt, coffee, muffins and more to start each day.
Our Editor Loves
- All suites
- Fireplace in some suites
- Free shuttle
- Family Room 5+
- Free Breakfast
The listing for this suites hotel was mis-leading and deceptive. It was not a suites hotel, it was a tired old time share property. The "penthouse" was the second floor unit in a multi-unit time share pod. The apartment was grubby, cold (and the heating system didn't work but was noisy), dark, with mis-matched furnishings, filthy carpet, moldy showers, and stains and minor damage through-out. The bed was made with 2 comforters (likely because the heating was in effective), without any covers.
Do not stay here. This was not a suites hotel, it was a dumpy, expensive time-share.
by Roanit F
So this was my 3rd visit for an extended stay in New Haven and I chose to stay in New Haven village suites for the 3rd time for a period of 3 months. Love the fact that they have a shuttle service with some very friendly shuttle drivers (Abdul, Devontte and Tom). A big shout out to Felicia for always ensuring employees from Medtronic have the best stay possible. So staying for 3 months, alone, in a different country is tough, but staying where i did definitely made it easier. Huge thanks to Johnna, Tye and Gary for being the problem solvers for all the hiccups that happened. I did have some trouble with the newer inexperienced staff though. All in all it was a very homely stay. Hope to see the guys at NHVS soon.