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Old 06-26-2009, 07:07 PM
 
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I will be visiting Hartford in the next three weeks for a seminar and it will be held at the Crowne Plaza on Morgan St. Is this a safe area? Can I walk to local restaurants? I am already not happy that I have to pay a parking fee of $15 daily and a daily rate of $28 for a refrigerator. I am wandering if I should change my reservation to the Residence Inn at 942 Main St and just walk daily to the Crowne Plaza. Please let me know what you think. I really appreciate it!

Also, if you know any good cheap eats in the area of the two hotels.
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Old 06-26-2009, 07:42 PM
 
Location: Middlesex
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while still working at XL (Market St - Constitution Plaza), i used the dirt parking lot almost immediately across from the hotel ($4/day) and walked about 4 blocks to the XL building. not a terrible area - at least during the day. from the hotel you have easy access to both Main St and Constitution Plaza (Market St) both of which are close to places to eat. there's a food court inside the state house sq building and a public cafeteria inside the Hartford Steamboiler building in the plaza. there's also a bunch of food coaches (?) parked in state house sq outside the old state house. a little further away would be Woody's (a great hotdog place on Pratt), Cornerstone Deli (great chicken cutlets - further up Main) and a Subway (Asylum). and there's another deli on Pratt but i forget the name.
as far as the Residence Inn, it's only a few blocks down Market (or Main) from the Crowne so it's definitely walkable.

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Old 06-27-2009, 09:35 PM
 
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Crowne Plaza is located just outside of downtown in an area that is mostly vacant lots used for surface parking. It's a very quick walk to downtown (less than 5 mins) located just on the outside of the highway. Personally, I'd rather stay at the Residence Inn if I had a choice, but Crowne Plaza is a fine hotel, and since you need to go there every day anyway, there's no good reason to tell you not to stay there.
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Old 06-29-2009, 09:45 AM
 
Location: Coastal Northeast
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If you're looking to stay right in downtown, still very close to Crowne Plaza, you can check out the Holiday Inn Express.
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