Stayed over Memorial Day weekend. Stayed here because most downtown hotels were booked or had jacked up rates for Yale's Alumni weekend. Daughter who lives in area stayed with us and had car, so getting around wasn't a problem. Location of hotel is near I-95. Rooms on ocean side have good view if you look beyond the interstate below. Not real easy to get into town from this location, but streets in New Haven are an adventure under any circumstances. Room was clean and maids did a good job. Complimentary breakfast was average for this class of hotel - hot waffle, cereal, yogurt, bagels, etc. Finish work on room was pretty shoddy - gaps around outlets, etc., but that seems to be my experience with La Quinta. Rates were decent - averaged around $130 per night for the holiday weekend including taxes, about half the price of many hotels in New Haven. One queen bed in our room was great, the other sagged severely in the middle, like kids had been jumping on it or something. Had a great time in New Haven - went to beach, toured the Thimble Islands (strongly recommend it), visited Yale's campus, had lots of great meals. Lots to do in the area. Would stay here again under similar circumstances, but plan on trying somewhere different next time.
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