Boutique Hotels in Stamford, CTConnecticut
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The Lloyd Stamford, Tapestry Collection by Hilton0.13 miles
The Roslyn, Tapestry Collection by Hilton18.27 miles
The Bernic Hotel New York City, Tapestry Collection by Hilton30.57 miles
Motto by Hilton New York City Times Square30.74 milesNew
The Draper New York, Tapestry Collection by Hilton31.17 miles
Distrikt Hotel New York City, Tapestry Collection by Hilton31.25 miles
Martinique New York on Broadway, Curio Collection by Hilton31.44 miles
Motto by Hilton New York City Chelsea31.83 miles
Canopy by Hilton Jersey City Arts District34.81 miles
Discover New England from the Top Stamford Boutique Hotels
A true New England gem, Stamford is a city with many charms and attractions. Located at the base of Long Island Sound, it’s only an hour’s drive from New York City. Rich in history and culture, you'll find a unique New England aesthetic reflected in Stamford’s many museums and historical sites that line its streets. With a pedestrian-friendly downtown area, you can walk, bike, or take a trolley tour of the area near Stamford boutique hotels.
Explore the Old and New from Stamford Boutique Hotels
Stamford's Palace Theater is one of the most beautiful venues in Connecticut. The theater has been around since 1926 and is a true throwback to the Art Deco era. The lobby is covered in beautiful mosaics, and there are three balconies where you can watch a show in style. It's not just a place for live performances—the Palace Theater also hosts art shows, dance recitals, and other events throughout the year. The theater has hosted many famous performers since it opened, including Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, and Liza Minnelli. Today, it showcases live performances of all kinds—from musicals to comedy acts to ballet recitals. Entertainment is always close by from Stamford boutique hotels.
Regarded by many as an architectural feat, the 1st Presbyterian Church (nicknamed the Fish Church by locals for its unusual shape) was established in 1641, making it the oldest church in Connecticut. After a fire destroyed it in the late 1800s, a new church was erected. The current building, designed by architect Wallace Harrison (who also played a part in the design of Rockefeller Center), is a fine example of modernist architecture and contains more than 20,000 pieces of faceted glass. A must-see for history buffs, the Hoyt-Barnum House is the oldest house in Stamford. Built in 1699, the house contains artifacts from the 18th and 19th centuries and is a fine example of early New England architecture for the time.
Stamford is also home to a major transportation hub, which includes the Stamford Transportation Center and the Stamford Station of the New Haven Line. The railroad industry was a major economic force in Stamford during its heyday in the 1800s and 1900s when it was one of America's largest rail centers. If you want to go to New York City for the day, hop on the train, and you’ll be there in an hour.
Explore the Long Island Sound from the Top Unique Hotels in Stamford
Stamford totes some of the prettiest beaches in Connecticut and no stay at the top unique hotels in Stamford would be complete without a stop at Cove Beach. This popular beach features a park that has facilities for picnicking, swimming, fishing, and boating, as well as volleyball courts. If you want to escape the beach crowds, head over to the Cummings Park Beach Boardwalk. A fantastic place to catch the sunset, this 79-acre park sits alongside the Cummings Marina and fishing pier. In the summer months, a parade of food trucks lines the area for ample snack options, and you can even catch a glimpse of some seals if you’re lucky. Discover all this and more when you stay at Stamford boutique hotels.
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