We were in town for a wedding and stayed here based on the recommendation of the bride's family. The room was nice, clean, and the bathroom was immaculate. The staff was helpful and welcoming.
Our view overlooked a back parking lot, which I assumed was the Inn's guest lot. This was not the case. The lot was for the valet parking. Those who did not want to use the valet had to park 2 blocks away behind a strip mall. That was a little disappointing especially walking back to the Inn at night.
Food at the Tavern at the Armory was good but on the expensive side. We had some pub fare our arrive day and breakfast the day we left.
Signage could be improved. It was difficult to actually find the Inn. It is tucked in in a strip of shops on the main drag and the sign is difficult to spot as you drive by. We weren't the only ones in our group to pass by it and have to turn around to locate it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Opened November 2003, the former National Guard Armory on historic Main Street in downtown Middletown has been transformed into a 100 room boutique hotel. The marble lobby is enhanced by a spiral staircase that goes up to the second level pre-function area. Guests can enjoy a variety of on-site amenities including the Tavern at the Armory restaurant and lounge, indoor heated pool, exercise room, and Jacuzzi. In-room dining, free high speed internet access in all rooms, and valet parking. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Inn At Middletown Hotel Middletown