It wasn’t the prettiest room I’ve stayed in, but it was a good size. The whirlpool tub was amazing the bed was comfy. The toilet seat had a crack in it so pinched your butt when you sat on it. some of the TV channels were fuzzy but watchable. Overall for the price that was paid I would go back ...
We only stayed for 1 night but this hotel was exceptional. Very clean and comfortable. We had a smoking room and most smoking rooms at hotels are very dirty..well because lets admit it...smoking is a dirty habit. But this room was immaculate. Beds were comfortable and the hotel staff were very nice ...
Mystic is a southeastern Connecticut seaside community dating to 1684. It is not a town or city, but the name refers to a zip code overlapping surrounding towns containing museums, art galleries, and local casinos. Plentiful accommodations await visitors to Mystic, including bed & breakfast inns, name brand lodgings and luxury suites. Make reservations in advance for popular hotels in Mystic, including the Inn at Mystic, Steamboat Inn, Carriage House, Whalers Inn and Whitehall Mansion Inn.
Visit the Mystic Aquarium on Coogan Boulevard, open daily with plenty of interactive exhibits and featuring an in-house marine research center. More personalized encounters, arranged in advance, allow trainers to accompany visitors swimming among beluga whales or penguins.
For this seafaring town, seafood is on the menu at most Mystic restaurants. Try the Mystic Oyster Club on Water Street. Other dining venues offer Italian pizza, American bistro fare, and Mediterranean cuisine.
Visit the Mystic Seaport Village to experience life in a coastal whaling community. Explore historic vessels and visit the preservation shipyard. An event schedule of enactments and activities is available at the visitor center.
Visit B.F. Clyde's Cider Mill, Blue Slope Country Museum and Denison Homestead Museum. Art Galleries within Mystic include Trade Winds Gallery and Katya's White Nights Gallery and Bead Emporium, all conveniently located near many Mystic hotels.
The Olde Mistick Village is a group of revitalized buildings resembling a 1720s New England Village. It has over 60 shops and a variety of restaurants near hotel Mystic.
Inexpensive 1 night stay,close drive to casino. clean and simple
We only stayed for 1 night but this hotel was exceptional. Very clean and comfortable. We had a smoking room and most smoking rooms at hotels are very dirty..well because lets admit it...smoking is a dirty habit. But this room was immaculate. Beds were comfortable and the hotel staff were very nice and helpful. The hotel is literally 5 minutes from foxwoods and its a straight shot, not a whole bunch of turns. I would definitely stay here again.
Hotel was ok for the money. Needs alot of updating and the wi-fi is very sketchy and doesn't work much of the time. We basically just slept there
This hotel has affordable rates, updated nice rooms and is conveniently located near attractions and Mystic village. The restaurants nearby are children friendly, although it's difficult to make healthy choices ( Friendly's encourages a sundae rather than a side of vegetables).