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Delamar Greenwich Habor Hotels and Travel | Greenwich, Connecticut, 06830 | Reviews, Local Offers

Delamar Greenwich Habor

500 Steamboat Road, Greenwich, CT 06830

Average Review: 3 Star Rating: Average

Phone: (203) 661-9800

Wifi Access: No

Categories: Hotels and Travel

Website: http://www.delamargreenwich.com/

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Sitting on the edge of Greenwich Harbor, this stately luxury hotel is a 5-minute walk from the Greenwich Metro North station.

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Locations:
500 Steamboat Road
Greenwich, Connecticut, 06830
(203) 661-9800
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Grade Experience Rating: Silver

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  • by Patrice Qùarg on 09/12/2017
  • Rating:4 Star Rating: Good
  • This beautifully situated hotel is beyond our budget, but we enjoyed having a delicious drink in the bar. This is an excellent place to peek at the 1% and their hangers-on (a couple of gorgeous, dressed - to - the - nines gals sitting at the bar who were obviously there to find some sugar daddies straight off their yachts) and the wealthy foreign guests that mostly inhabit the hotel. The waiters were very polite and knew how to deal with the affluent. The scenery was wonderful. Altogether, a very entertaining hour.
  • by David Cooper on 07/19/2017
  • Rating:2 Star Rating: Below Average
  • I don't like the hotel but there is a Quiet park across from the Delamar with a great view of Greenwich Harbor. Few picnic tables and a clean restroom. Sparsely used except on event days during the summer. The Delamar restaurant is overpriced & and food underwhelming. Tried it twice and found it noisy inside. Outside seating is better on cooler days.
  • by Natalie Fabien on 05/18/2017
  • Rating:2 Star Rating: Below Average
  • The restaurant is not the best place for good food or quality service. The hostess had an attitude when I asked if we could sit outside. The sparkling water was flat and had a weird taste. We waited so long for our entree that the waiter forgot he already took our order. He greeted us and gave us menus. Then when the food came it looked dry and was burnt to a crisp. He offered to re-make but that was a mistake. It came back a little burnt and my stomach was bubbling and bloated for the rest of the night. The manager greeted and checked on every table except for ours. It was like we didn't exist. We asked for tea and never got it. It was such a beautiful place that left me unsatisfied. I give it 2 stars just for how nice it looked.
  • by Tamiko Toland on 07/26/2017
  • Rating:5 Star Rating: Excellent
  • This is a European style hotel that caters to the yachting crowd. Lush interiors, lots of wood paneling, but no grand proportions. The Delamar is an intimate property with a high commitment to service. Being in the waterfront, there is a lot of humidity and some of the waterlogged character of that humidity, despite air conditioning. It's worth mentioning only because it's noticeable and, given the location and age of the property, unavoidable. The property is handicapped accessible, though it requires a lot of maneuvering in a very small elevator. The floors are staggered, not stacked, so 3 is above 1 and 2 is between them to one side. This makes for a confusing amount of stairs at first glance, but it adds a cozy labyrinthine feel to the place. The standard rooms are cozy and very well appointed. Nightly turn down service includes chocolate. There is a 24-hour hot beverage center for espresso/cappuccino and killer hot chocolate. The front desk greets all guests with sparkling wine or beer and water. The downstairs lounge area is unusually comfortable and the continental breakfast is sparse but includes fresh squeezed orange juice. You won't find a waffle maker or rubbery microwaved eggs. Instead, they have a modest selection of decent pastries and yogurt with fixings as well as some fresh fruit.
  • by Willard on 06/10/2017
  • Rating:4 Star Rating: Good
  • It's a nice little hotel with a beautiful interior and rooms to match it. Has great customer service for a small staff and is located right near the water. Is also a short drive from the Greenwich town center full of great dining and shopping.


  • by Bridget_Jones on 01/20/2005
  • Rating:5 Star Rating: Excellent
  • November 8, 2003 "Stepford Wives" beauty Nicole Kidman, has been lodging in the Presidential Suite and dining at L'Escale restaurant at the Delamar hotel in Greenwich. Kidman was spotted shopping at Saks Fifth Avenue in Stamford Thursday…
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