by Whitney Rife
New Haven, CT
What guests tend to love most about Omni New Haven is its central location in downtown. The hotel is a within walking distance from Yale University, the New Haven Town Green and Shubert Theater. Families can easily find nearby shopping, restaurants and galleries. Rooms and one-bedroom suites display warm, rich tones and expansive windows that overlook the city, the campus and the Long Island Sound. Guests enjoy feather pillows, comfy bathrobes and coffeemakers. Safety kits with outlet covers and nightlights are available to families. Pets are also welcome for a surcharge. John Davenport’s at the Top of the Park is a restaurant on the 19th floor of the hotel. New England cuisine is served for all meals and a children’s menu is also provided. A free health club is also at the hotel. Kids receive backpacks upon check-in with welcome gifts like books and games. Many scenic walking trails, beaches and golf courses are nearby.
Our Editor Loves
- Children's welcome gifts
- Near Yale University
- Pet-friendly hotel
by Marianne F
Omni is not only in the perfect downtown New Haven location, it offers excellent service with quality amenities. Every time I travel home to Conn. and need to stay in New Haven, Omni Hotel is my first choice! Always wonderful staff too.
by Kate R
Went to an event on October 29th at the Omni Hotel. The event parking was $9.99. (Did not notice the small print as we drove into the garage – the event “started” at 6:00 p.m.). We got there around 4:30 to get HANDICAPPED PARKING and easy access to the event for our handicapped friend.
We were charged $23.45 for the parking because we got there before the 6:00 p.m. start time.
MATH: $23.45 minus the $9.99 = $13.46 for the additional 1 ½ hours of parking! Considering the MAX daily rate is $23, how does this make any sense?