I understand this place has been around a while. Updates are in the works but there is still much to be done. My room was clean but smelled like it was a smoking room a while back & the carpets were shampooed to eliminate the odor. The carpets need to be removed & the room painted to get rid of that smell. not just some Febreeze. Yuck. The TV was new & the a/c worked fine. There where a couple of shady characters hanging around at night, so be aware. I'd stay there again if I had to.
The team at this hotel can't do enough for you. I received a great welcome and always friendly personal greeting every time I pass through the lobby or have a question at the front desk.
the Hotel itself is a classic Hyatt Place, which works pretty well. Could do with some refreshing in places and the rooms are showing signs of wear
Our suite-sized guest rooms feature contemporary decor with stylishfurnishings including the Hyatt Grand beds …More
This is the 3rd time staying here as my daughter went to college at UNH. All times were predictably good. However, this last stay I made reservations for 3 rooms, only one was a prepaid room. The hotel charged my credit card for the other 2 refundable rooms 2 weeks before graduation without my permission. They said they sent notices to all customers but didn't have mine. In the end, Expedia got my full refund for the two rooms and the money was deposited back within one week. The hotel manager never spoke with me or Expedia directly.
The hotel staff was very accommodating and pleasant. My interaction with them - from front desk to maintenance (burned out light bulbs above bathroom sink) - was great.
The hotel needs an upgrade. The carpets are worn, doors to the hallways have huge gaps, tv service was poor (grainy with few channel selections) - a fresh coat of paint would go a long ways as well. The common areas were nicer and the amenities - fresh coffee all day and night/ fresh cookies upon arrival and a very nice breakfast - were well done and much appreciated.
In the summer people gravitate to one of Milford’s six beaches including Silver Sands State Park and in August crowds flock to Milford Green for the annual Oyster Festival. Roughly 300 bird species make their home at the Audubon Society Coastal Center, a bird sanctuary at the mouth of the Housatonic River. At Wharf Lane visitors can tour three historic homes for a glimpse of life in the 18th century.