Starting Rate: $105 Priced recently for Jan 27 - Jan 28, 2017
Near the junction of Interstate 95, Wilbur Cross Parkway and Rtes 8/25, the Holiday Inn Bridgeport - Trumbull - Fairfield hotel is a classy high-rise with a comfortable atmosphere. With easy access to Fairfield, Trumbull, Shelton and Stratford, our Fairfield County's Gold Coast location means you're near everything.Aquarion, General Electric, Sikorsky Aircraft, Connecticut Post, Unilever, Siemens, PS and G and RC Bigelow are within minutes of our hotel's address in Bridgeport CT. Location isn't the only perk we offer; there's Free Wired and Wi-Fi Internet access. An elegant Harbor Ballroom and seven meeting rooms are perfect for weddings, seminars, receptions or banquets. The full-service Park City Grill and Martini Lounge are ideal for enticing clients with a delicious dinner or tasty snacks.Guests staying in Bridgeport appreciate a hotel that's minutes from great activities and attractions. You can see a concert at the Arena at Harbor Yard, a Bridgeport Bluefish Baseball game or visit Beardsley Zoo and the Barnum Museum. Take time to tour University of Bridgeport, Fairfield University, Sacred Heart University and Housatonic College. Don't miss Bass Pro Shops or the 325-acre Seaside Park! Our hotel's the best in Bridgeport, CT because of our first-class service and amenities. There's a Fitness Center and Indoor Pool too. Our Bridgeport hotel is ready to welcome you today.
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM
Year Opened: 1987
Time Zone: GMT
Cribs, Connecting rooms, Separate closet, Desk with lamp
Microwave, Mini-refrigerator, Refrigerator, Desk with lamp, Weight scale
Perfect for breakfast in a hurry or a breakfast business meeting, lunch in a minute or a leisurely pace. You decide. We offer a New York style deli buffet Monday through Friday. At dinner enjoy a meal of the finest steaks, chops, pasta, or salmon.
Simply authentic Italian Cuisine in a great atmosphere.
One of America's Top 1,000 Italian Restaurants in 2008. It's in gorgeous, roomy, digs across the street from the Barnum Museum, this Italian restaurant remains an oasis in the desert, culinary speaking.
This "old school" gem brings home the bacon and "humungous" hunks of "prime beef" cooked "to perfection" in downtown Bridgeport. As "you'd" expected from a place whose namesake is a "Peter Lugar Alum." If a few shrug "it's okay," most surveyors insist "al
After a long day of business or sightseeing, stop by the Martini Bar for a relaxing drink in a sophisticated atmosphere. Located in the hotel's lobby, the lounge offers an extensive drink menu and is the perfect place to meet clients or colleagues.
Dim 23' x 25'. 414 sq ft. Ceil Hght 10'. Permanently set for up 12 Conference Style
Harbor Ballroom can accommodate from 100 to 500 guests, depending on the style of seating required. All audio visual equipment can be obtained by a knowing outside source. Excellent accoustics, no pillars within the room to obstruct view.
Fitness center on-site
Fitness center off-site
Over 170 stores, including: Lord & Taylor Macy's Banana Republic Ann Taylor Coach Gap For a complete directory of stores, please visit their website at http://westfield.com/trumbull/
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The station is the transfer point between the Waterbury Branch and the Northeast Corridor mainline. Besides Metro-North service, Amtrak's Northeast Regional and Vermonter stop at the station as do Shore Line East trains.
The 1,400 seat theatre opened in 1940, built from funds willed to the City by Bridgeport resident Jacob Klein. The Klein has played host to programs ranging in scope from symphonies, operas, and theatre, to local dance recitals, graduations, and union mee
Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo has a proud history of over 80 years as Connecticut s only zoo. As an accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) and participant in its Species Survival Plan (SSP) programs, we are committed to the preserv
The Downtown Cabaret Theatre has been a mainstay of downtown Bridgeport's cultural life for more than 25 years. This unique, non-profit theater offers award-winning musical productions in a charming cabaret setting. Audiences bring their own picnic-styl
The Discovery Museum and Planetarium's mission is to educate, excite, and engage visitors in the exploration of science, technology, and ideas through interactive experiences that promote new insights. The Museum seeks to enhance public understanding of t
One of the bright lights of downtown Bridgeport s revitalization is the City Lights Gallery, a combination of gallery and gathering place that has been attracting enthusiastic crowds of art lovers to its exhibition openings, which take place approximately
Since 1982, Captain s Cove Seaport has grown from a vacant lot and a handful of slips to one of Connecticut s premier tourist attractions and seaport complexes. Located on Historic Black Rock Harbor, we are an active maritime and amusement center. The
The Museum has one of the most significant collections of any two-year college in the country and includes works by master artists such as Rodin, Picasso, Matisse, Miro and Chagall. Both art enthusiasts and casual observers have the rare opportunity to en
The Ballpark at Harbor Yard, home of the Bridgeport Bluefish, is situated at one of the major gateways to Bridgeport. Visitors arriving on the Bridgeport/Port Jefferson ferry, from Amtrak and Metro-North trains, and in vehicles on Interstate 95, are all
One of the most recognizable symbols of Bridgeport, the Barnum Museum (originally known as the Barnum Institute of Science and History) houses a treasure-trove of artifacts and information relating to its founder, the inimitable P.T. Barnum, his businesse
At Sacred Heart, we not only prepare students for the future, but also give them a deeper appreciation of who they are and all they can be. Through our distinctive mission and commitment to leadership in Catholic higher education, we help students help
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