Holiday Inn Express Hartford-Downtown
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Our room was extremely spacious, accommodating four adults for 5 nights. The staff was extremely friendly barring one poor experience upon check-in (everyone has a bad day from time to time). The only disadvantage of this hotel is if you would like to be close to restaurants and the downtown area. It's about a 2 mile stroll to get to anything resembling civilization.
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