Topic: New England

An Ivy League Valentine’s Day

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Study at Yale's lobby

Study at Yale's lobby

Study at Yale guest room

Study at Yale guest room

Pierson Quad, Yale University

Pierson Quad, Yale University

The Study at Yale could be just the place for the most romantic day of the year, Valentine’s Day. If you’re thinking dorm room, think again. The Study at Yale is a new luxury hotel located on the campus of Yale University.

You’ll find it at 1157 Chapel Street, New Haven, CT, adjacent to Yale’s Schools of Architecture and Design, the Yale Art Museum, and a short walk to the Yale Center for British Art, popular restaurants, cafes and bookstores.

Valentine’s Day guests will be treated to an overnight stay; a four-course dinner for two at the hotel’s contemporary American cuisine restaurant, Heirloom; breakfast in bed for two; and a complimentary late checkout. Weekend package is $309.

Upon entering, guests are welcomed by a sophisticated lobby of granite, walnut, bronze and leather, furnished with comfortable seating, bookcases filled with reading material, and a cafe featuring illy coffee, an Italian-made variety.

Guest rooms include a rich leather reading chair and ottoman, along with an expanded desk area and task lighting. The hotel is also fully wireless for ease of connectivity. The Study at Yale offers a spectacular Presidential Suite and seven “Studies” offering den-like accommodations for added comfort. There’s even a dedicated “Artists Studio” suite equipped with an easel and art supplies, for when inspiration calls.

The amenities at The Study at Yale include high-tech meeting space and a private penthouse-level lounge featuring unparalleled views of the University’s distinctive Gothic buildings and interior courtyards. Guests and local residents will enjoy the 110-seat restaurant, Heirloom, offering contemporary continental cuisine.

The Study at Yale
1157 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT 06511


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