Looking for a place to stay in New Haven? Then look no further than Central Hotel, a quaint small hotel that brings the best of New Haven to your doorstep.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Central Hotel offer a refrigerator, air conditioning, and a seating area.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a 24 hour front desk. For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for a Mexican restaurant, consider a visit to El Ranchito Mexican Restaurant, which is not far from Central Hotel.
Best of all, Central Hotel makes it easy to experience some great New Haven attractions like Astral Glass Studio and Gallery, which is a popular art gallery.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Central Hotel as you experience everything New Haven has to offer.
This is near Hermann and has the perfect quiet solitude we love. On a hill near the river, and within walking distance of the town's main attractions: Astral Glass Studio and Pinckney Bend Distillery. The amenities are fantastic. The breakfast was very nice too. This is one of the cleanest, best kept places we've stayed in... for ages. Your host, Jeanne, is one of the most attentive and nicest people. She has lived in this area for many years and is a fountain of local info! We highly recommend staying here. This is a bed and breakfast experience.
o not stay here! Our first night the bed broke. We called, no answer. We went down stairs and knocked on door several times, no answer. We were up at midnight, lifting box springs, trying to get these little boards that we're on hinges upright. We slept on edge of the very hard mattress, afraid to turn on the mattress thinking the entire bed would break. We were told since you had a bad night, I will not charge you. I will get the bed fixed or give you a different room. Okay we said. We went on to breakfast. Yes it's a bed and breakfast. Hope you like continental breakfasts, that's what it is unless you like cold cereal. Check the expiration dates on stuff too, the cream cheese expired early June, this was July! There was a new one in there for my bagel though. The room was clean...mostly. I guess they do not get on the top shelves too often, after this review, perhaps they will. Jeannie very nice and apologetic of everything so far. We went on to enjoy a long day in St Louis. We were pretty wore out and when we got back Jeannie said she fixed the bed, but, if it should break or we were uncomfortable just leave our stuff in the room and go sleep in the room across the hall. Okay we said. We ended up still being gingerly on the very hard mattress, no creaks or problems and extremely tired we slept all night. She also let is know that they were going to wait to stain the porch outside of our room until after our stay which was great! It was enjoyable to sit out on the porch ( wear mosquito repellent though ) . Well last night of three night stay. I barely slept. I was not as wore out as night before. The hard mattress was just that. I finally got up 6 am sleeping about 4 or 5 hours off and on ...so achy. Up and at it and time to check out. I was presented with what looked like a certificate of reward.. lol. It was for one free night!!! Oh I cannot give you the one night off on THIS stay because you booked online. I couldn't get out of there fast enough. Overall: Nicely decorated, great restoration. Uncomfortable stay left us yearning for much more…
This was the cutest, most comfortable hotel ever. Hostess Jeanie is the best. The room was perfect. Equipped with tv, coffee maker, wine glasses and corkscrew. The bathroom to room#2 was amazing with it's wooden walls and clawfoot tub, separate toilet/shower room. Even had Hershey kisses for us. Breakfast was fresh fruit, apple turnovers, cinnamon rolls, bagels, cereal, juice and coffee. We had access to the kitchen and could help herself to bottled water and ice at any time. Upstairs access to a wonderful covered porch. Walk across the street to Seek Coffee for coffee an adult beverages. Really sweet place. Easy walk down to the small downtown. Make sure you check out the glass blowing shop and the small distillery and walk along the river.
The Central Hotel is a MUST stay destination. I can’t say enough about this beautifully restored hotel, retaining the charm of when it was built in 1905. The rooms are tastefully decorated with each room appointed with the most comfortable beds and the accessories bring you back to another time. The rooms are decorated with antiques, fluffy decorative pillows, big comfortable easy chairs, modern bathrooms however, again keeping with the “old time”look. The coup de gras was the Manager/Proprietor, Jeanie. She welcomed us upon arriving, took us on a tour of the “house” and it was apparent that she was a part of our “family”. She lives on premises, so she was right there if anything was needed. Her breakfast was already set up as soon as you woke up with the most delicious and such an array of food that there was anything you would like. Our whole family rented out the entire Hotel of five bedrooms and I can tell you Jeanie treated us like royalty. Mark and Ellen , who are the Owners were the most friendly and honest people I have met. Do not pass this B & B by, you would be very sorry you missed an awesome experience.…
Our hostess greeted us by name when we pulled up to the curb; her friendliness made us feel welcome. She loves what she does, and she is good at it. Parking was right outside the door and very safe. The rooms were clean and tastefully decorated. Since we had been driving all day, we enjoyed a short walk down a steep hill to the historic downtown and the Missouri River. For those who don't like hills, a paved sidewalk also goes the other direction all the way through town.