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The Study at Yale

1157 Chapel St, New Haven, CT 06511-4806
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The Study at Yale is a lifestyle hotel, offering an experience in service, style, and comfort unparalleled in the New Haven area. Located in the heart of Yale's vibrant Arts campus, the property boasts 124 guestrooms, including 7 Studies, and 1 Presidential Suite. Each guestroom features a comfortable leather reading chair, extended work surface, lofty feather bed, and luxurious marble bath. Heirloom, The Study's 100-seat restaurant and lounge, serves modern continental cuisine for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch.
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Property amenities
Business Centre with Internet Access
Room Service
Restaurant
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Wheelchair access
Bar/Lounge
Dry Cleaning
Meeting Rooms
Laundry Service
Concierge
Banquet Room
Conference Facilities
Non-Smoking Hotel
Multilingual Staff
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Charming
Centrally Located
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Full view
100Great for walkers
Grade: 100 out of 100
105Restaurantswithin 0.25 miles
16Attractionswithin 0.25 miles
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Boutitique-y hotel , ehich seems to be geared to Yale visitors. Room size relatively small, same for bathroom, but perfectly fine with European- style paring down. No frouf frou-frou frills here, but nice touches that do along with a”study” theme, down to sharpened pencils, r
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From the moment you step into this chic hotel on the main stretch of downtown New Haven, it’s exceptional service all around. I chose this hotel for its location on Chapel St (minutes away from Atticus, Yale Art Gallery), and for its Tesla destination charger. The hotel only vale
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The Study at Yale is a brilliant concept. Well-designed and well-appointed rooms beside one of the world's greatest universities. So often when you see pictures on line of such a place the reality is a disappointment, but not here. In fact I'd say the reality is even better. T
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The room was clean, shower was wonderful, lots of light during the day and wonderfully dark at night with the black out shades. Also, great coffee bar, service and food at the restaurant downstairs. Their cocktails are delicious too!
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Let me preface this review by saying that I went to Harvard, so I was on enemy territory when I stayed at The Study at Yale. I had always heard that New Haven was a little dodgy, and that reputation turns out to be well deserved. New Haven is really a terrible place.

Anyway,
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Do the windows in the guest rooms open?
They did in my room...wish I could remember what number it was!
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Can I hang out in the lobby even if I am not a guest at the hotel?
I can't speak for hotel management, but they have a small food concession in the lobby, so I assume they expect that people might come in to get some coffee and snacks. There's also a restaurant and bar, so no one's checking room keys. If you make a purchase at the coffee shop, I assume you've paid your lobby rent.
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How much does a room cost?
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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Do you know what mattress is used at the hotel? It was one of the best and am currently looking for a new one. Thanks.
I would also recommend contacting manager Karen. She is exceptional.
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Are there 1 or 2 bedroom suites available ?
I don't know. I would call the hotel and ask them.
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"High floor overlooking the Yale campus gets the best views and are quieter"
"Maybe ask for a room not facing Chapel Street for quieter evenings"
"Ask for a room not facing the main drag."
"The second floor workout room is a little small but it is better to take long walks through campus anyway."
"Ask for a room at the back (away from the street), and on a higher floor."
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PRICE RANGE
US$193 - US$315 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
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LOCATION
United StatesConnecticutNew Haven
NUMBER OF ROOMS
124
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