by Mike Ewing
This all-suite hotel has lots for families to enjoy. The rooms are larger than traditional hotels and are available as studio, one- and two-bedroom units. Families in the area to visit all that Connecticut has to offer will enjoy this well situated hotel. It is less than 20 minutes to downtown New Haven and even less to Yale University. Be at the Shubert Theater or Yale Field in minutes. The hotel is less than an hour from Bradley International Airport and about an hour from New York City on Metro North Rail service. Also nearby are revolutionary war site Fort Trumbull and Sikorsky Helicopter World Headquarters.
Perfect for a longer stay, the Residence Inn Milford features high-speed internet, fully equipped kitchens and large high-definition TVs in each room. The hotel also features laundry onsite and many other amenities for your family comfort.
Our Editor Loves
- Suites with kitchens
- Onsite fitness center
- Free Breakfast
I stayed at the Hotel on Oct 19 and had a hard time understanding the Person at Reception but finally got to my room which was clean.Woke up Sunday morning and went to the breakfast area and got orange juice which was not good and Coffee which was good,took a Look at the Hot food and the Sausage was laying in a watery liquid as were the eggs,there was no fruit either so I went to my room and got my suit case and checked out hungry.
Checked in at 8:00 PM, there was a guy with prison tattoos hanging outside and by the time I took my luggage out, he had a questionable woman in skimpy clothes in his arms walking out from the lobby. You can come to your own conclusions. There was no one on the front desk and had to wait for someone to come and check us in. The hallway stank of some leaking toilet plumbing and the rooms were last updated in 1980s. Seriously. Very old and poorly maintained hotel. The sink had a crack in it, the towel rack was broken. The bed had that musty smell. Not many lights and very dim and dark. Probably left it that way to hide all the dirt and bad appearance. Try it at your own risk and then come back and give me a thumbs up:)