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As both the Insurance Capital of the World and Connecticut's capital, Hartford -- home of humorist Mark Twain -- was founded in 1625, ranking as one of New England's oldest cities. Author Harriett Beecher Stowe, whose Uncle Tom's Cabin contributing to outbreak of the Civil War also lived here, with her cottage open to visitors at the center honoring her on Forest Street. Hartford, spilling over with historic architecture and intrigue, also is home to more than 200 cultural, arts, and heritage organizations and the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, the nation's oldest public art museum. Broadway spectacles play at the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts and Hartford Stage. Downtown bars and clubs rock with jazz, blues, nostalgia and new wave, and Hartford restaurants sizzle with ethnic options, Afghan to Vietnamese, besides classic New England chowder. Along with big-city sophistication, the Heritage River Valley area provides countryside allure, including miles of shoreline, sparkling rivers, and inviting harbors. Greater Hartford, embracing more than 30 towns, also offers diverse lodging with more than 6,000 rooms at some 200 properties of varying size including the $31 million Hilton Hartford renovation project hosting the new Town Square complex and the $77 million, 22-story Hartford Marriott Downtown, connecting to the Connecticut Convention Center.
We have organized our listings of Hartford's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Hartford area by selecting one of the links shown below.
Hotels in the Hartford area, including the towns of New Britain, Cromwell, Farmington and Wethersfield.
·Southeastern Connecticut Coast
Hotels on Connecticut's southern coast beginning at New Haven and traveling east toward New London.
Hotels in the northwestern portion of Connecticut including the towns of Bristol, Litchfield, Norfolk, Lakeville and more.
·Southwestern Connecticut Coast
Hotel options located west of New Haven on Connecticut's southern coast including Stamford, Bridgeport, Norwalk and more.
Hotel options located in the Southwestern portion of Connecticut including the towns of Danbury, New Milford, Waterbury and more.
Hotels located in the eastern portion of Connecticut closest to the Rhode Island border.
Hotel options located near Bradley International Airport (BDL) and the Windsor Locks Train Station.
Hotel options in Springfield, Massachusetts and surrounding communities, including Holyoke, Hadley, West Springfield, Ludlow and others.
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Area Facts: The State Capitol in Hartford, is one of the few capitols in this country with a gold dome. The local area code for Hartford is 860.
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