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at The Study at Yale

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... The hotel staff members were very friendly and helpful. Our room was clean, well designed and comfortable. We appreciate the...
Lovely, modern, very comfortable room, with a large desk facing a huge window. I choose one with a view of Yale. Not noisy....
... a really late checkout on my last day. They gave me a quiet room away from the street. Every detail was taken care of. The...
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How much does a room cost?
Answer from joyceava
Oct 2016 |
It was around 270.00 a night for a queen room plus tax and other charges which ended up over 300.00 and change. It was during...
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dgsull wrote a review 6 Apr
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We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at The Study at Yale. The hotel staff members were very friendly and helpful. Our room was clean, well designed and comfortable. We appreciate the staff opening up the wine bar portion of the lobby for our socially distanced family gathering. An excellent weekend!
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Date of stay: March 2021
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Popcorncora wrote a review Mar 2021
Milford, Connecticut22 contributions4 helpful votes
Lovely, modern, very comfortable room, with a large desk facing a huge window. I choose one with a view of Yale. Not noisy. Comfortable lobby, underground parking. Very helpful staff. Unfortunately the restaurant was not open due to the pandemic, but plenty of restaurants open nearby from which I ordered takeout and walked literally across the street to pickup. I would stay again and highly recommend.
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Date of stay: March 2021
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susankeilwhite wrote a review Mar 2021
Hamden, Connecticut1 contribution
I stayed here to take the bar exam. They let me have a really late checkout on my last day. They gave me a quiet room away from the street. Every detail was taken care of. The members of the staff were friendly, professional and curteous.
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Date of stay: February 2021Trip type: Travelled on business
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nirmala1 wrote a review Feb 2021
New Rochelle, New York7 contributions11 helpful votes
A friend suggested that I stay overnight in New Haven to avoid travel before a medical appointment. I thought she was crazy. "What about COVID?!" I was more afraid of staying in a hotel during a pandemic than of falling asleep at the wheel. But I did research. & was immediately impressed by the protocol at The Study. Every place I called described their cleaning process, but this was different. For one, I spoke to a real, live person. On site, at the hotel as we spoke. She was so lovely I took her name to include in my review. But more about that in a moment. When I heard that they not only had new cleaning procedures, but then left each guest room EMPTY for at least 24 hours between guests, I was able to relax a bit. I booked my room. I was also assured that I would not be charged if I had to cancel, even last minute. This reflected the personal and real consideration shown to their guests.
Upon arrival, the gate was lifted for me to park in the garage under the hotel. I was greeted in the lobby by the woman who had taken my reservation. She was leaving her shift, but mentioned that she had been looking out for my arrival, The two women left at the desk were equally warm and welcoming. I made note of their names as well. As I settled into my UBER comfortable room, I thought to myself, "This is not the fanciest hotel I've ever stayed in, but so far it seems to be the nicest."
The lighting was perfect. The bed was so comfortable and the linens divine. A big, comfy reading chair with ottoman in front of the window and under a reading lamp made for a cozy reading spot. The desk at the window made plugging in and finishing some work effortless. The bathroom was spotless, modern, well-appointed.
Due to COVID, the hotel restaurant is closed. When I got my takeout dinner, they offered to open to restaurant space if I preferred to eat there rather than in my room. I was fine eating in my room, but once again appreciated the thoughtful offer.
My appointment at Yale New Haven was early in the morning. Once I came back, I was told not to worry about the formal checkout time, but to go upstairs, rest and leave only once I felt ready to drive back home. I was going to take the gentleman's name when I realized -- I don't need to name individuals because I can assure everyone that ALL the employees at The Study are exemplar hospitality professionals. Who would have imagined that what started as a trip to a doctor ended up feeling like a vacation?
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Date of stay: January 2021
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Paul C wrote a review Jan 2021
Springfield, Missouri11 contributions4 helpful votes
Hotel and room are very nice.
The staff have been exceptional. Very accommodating and friendly. Hotel restaurant closed due to COVID but we are allowed to use the restaurant area for food takeout. This is very nice and makes it very enjoyable.
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Date of stay: January 2021
Room Tip: King with Yale view is nice.
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katbry123 asked a question Oct 2016
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How much does a room cost?
Answer from joyceava
Oct 2016 |
It was around 270.00 a night for a queen room plus tax and other charges which ended up over 300.00 and change. It was during restaurant week. I like the location with respect to my granddaughters dorm. I find the Omni a better value. The Study is nice but over priced.
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0louisd asked a question Jan 2016
Syosset, New York8 contributions5 helpful votes
Are there 1 or 2 bedroom suites available ?
Answer from Michael S
Jan 2016 |
I don't know. I would call the hotel and ask them.
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