Delamar Southport beckons you into a world of luxury in beautiful Southport, Connecticut. Only one hour from midtown Manhattan, you will find the intimate, polished service of a fine boutique hotel, surrounded by the ambiance of classic New England hospitality at its best.Delamar Southport offers its guests 44 individually-designed luxurious rooms and suites and a full service spa. Once inside the uniquely decorated lobby with its custom designed furnishings, antique marble floors, museum-quality art and French limestone hearth, the stage is set for an unforgettable Connecticut escape.Stroll the tree-lined streets of historic Southport, take a break on the beach or visit a nearby gallery, all by walking the neighborhood. On our courtyard terrace, an inviting outdoor café provides the perfect setting to enjoy your morning coffee or gather with family and friends. Join us for an evening worth remembering at our new restaurant Artisan featuring a refreshing spin on Classic New England Cuisine.
Hotel Address:Location Summary
- Delamar Southport
- 275 Old Post Road
- Southport, CT 06890
- United States
The little village of Southport belongs to an older, gentler time: stunning Georgian, Victorian and Federal mansions, once home to sea captains, line shady streets still paved with their original blue slate walks and cobblestones. The genuinely charming town center holds a cafe, pharmacy, antiques stores, galleries, post office and grocery, worthy of a Rockwell painting.Close at hand are picturesque harbors, two beaches, a celebrated regional theatre, public sailing and kayaking, seaside golf courses, and the train station to New York City and Gold Coast towns is just a short walk away. Southport's two neighboring towns, friendly Fairfield and stylish Westport. Each have shopping, dining and entertainment (such as the celebrated Westport Country Playhouse), all within strolling distance. Just down the road lies the vibrant restaurant/club-and-shopping scene of South Norwalk, ("SoNo"), with its Maritime Center, aquarium and I-Max theater, and up the road is Bridgeport's Harbor Yard, for professional sports and marquee music acts.
Directions to Hotel
From Manhattan: From I-278 E travel about 5 miles. Merge onto I-95 N. Entering Connecticut, take exit 19 for Center Street toward Southport. Merge onto Rennell Drive. Slight right at Old Post Road, and the hotel will be on the right.From New Haven: From I-95 travel South towards NYC. Take exit 19 for US Route 1/Southport. Merge onto Pease Avenue. Continue onto Jelliff Lane. Turn Left at Old Post Road. Hotel will be on the right.
The Delamar Southport pays tribute to its setting in a unique and special way. All the guest rooms, as well as the hotel's public spaces, contain original works of art by well-known artists, who are commissioned by the hotel, or loaned from noted galleries.
Banquets & Meetings
Available for booking are the 75-person-capacity meeting room, outdoor party terrace, private dining area, and private spa. Hotel-wide wi-fi, business services, event planning resources and meeting services ensure seamless connectivity and logistics for your event.
Fine Dining on Site
A feast for all the senses, Artisan Restaurant, Tavern & Garden combines exquisite local, seasonal flavors through New England-inspired cuisine.
The Spa Suite at Delamar Southport invites you in to relax and rejuvenate! Our exclusive one-of-a-kind Spa features a couples treatment room, steam shower and a living room with a fireplace. When guests book any one of our Spa services, the entire exclusive suite becomes their home away from home.
Guest Review Highlights
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Business Center
- - Meeting Space
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - High Speed Internet
- - Spa Facility
- - Beach
- - Shopping
- - Theatre & Museums
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