For anyone visiting New Haven, this is the place to stay. It's very close to the Connecticut Turnpike and thus an easy ride to New Haven and back. And you'll pay about half, on average, what you
would pay in New Haven for a room of comparable quality.
The only problem I have, is that sometimes the breakfast food is stale. That, I suppose, depends entirely on when you show up for breakfast. You might want to think again about the stack of automatic pancakes--but then again, where else are you going to _get_ pancakes made to order, included in the room price? Not to mention real omelettes, served fresh every morning.
But for what I needed--a place to change clothes, and to "crash" at the end of a long day of touring and banqueting--this property was everything I could have wished for. [Less]