Hotels in Hartford start at $47 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Mark Twain once wrote of his chosen hometown of Hartford, Connecticut, "Of all the beautiful towns it has been my fortune to see, this is the chief... You do not know what beauty is if you have not been here." Here was a man who traveled the nation by riverboat, stagecoach, and steam train, a man who circumnavigated the globe more than once, and who penned odes to places from Missouri to Marseilles to Mauritius. Yet he chose Hartford as the one place he most desired to stay. Perhaps, in a way, your own travels are an eternal quest to discover such a destination, a place where beauty seems cast in your very honor and streets feel like home from the first step.
Use Travelocity to discover where to stay in Hartford and then book one of the many great Hartford hotels for your next step in this quest. And as you explore the historic neighborhoods of one of the oldest cities in the nation, maybe you'll arrive at the same conclusions about its allurements as one of America's wisest and wittiest of wanderers. There's only one way to find out...
While there’s no shortage of great hotels in Hartford, here are four accommodations beloved by many:
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