Delamar Greenwich Harbor: A Quality Destination on New England’s Waterfront

Located just under an hour from Midtown Manhattan and elegantly occupying prime waterfront real estate in picturesque Greenwich, Connecticut, the luxurious and award-winning Delamar Greenwich Harbor is perfectly situated for yachters and is a compelling location for those who seek waterfront elegance in New England.

The romantic Greenwich Harbor prides itself on its rich maritime heritage which dates back to 1902. Guests savor Delamar’s contemporary rooms, highlighted by breathtaking waterfront views. Highly recommended for Jetset readers is the Belvedere Presidential Suite which occupies a picturesque corner of the hotel and has a separate living room with a gas-burning fireplace, comfortable seating area, powder room and a generous-sized dining table. Easy access to beaches, world-class shopping and an array local attractions make Delamar Greenwich Harbor perfect for a romantic getaway, family retreat, or savory sojourn for the epicurean adventurer.

Chief among the many inspired features of Delamar Greenwich Harbor is its marina which boasts more than 500 feet of private dockage able to accommodate sailboats and yachts up to 180 feet in length. Guests arriving by watercraft can take advantage of available services that include full-time dock attendants, water service, 100-amp electrical hookup, and use of the hotel’s magnificently-appointed spa and fitness center. As for the former, if the idea of pampering puts wind in your sails, the Spa at Delamar offers cutting-edge treatments destined to delight. In addition to the usual treatments, micro-current therapy, medical-grade collagen upgrades, and an Amethyst BioMat are among the groundbreaking options currently available. If the season is right, the famous Greenwich Polo Club can be counted on for additional excitement, or (if you are in search of something a bit more reflective) the Bruce Museum houses a connoisseur’s collection of noteworthy pieces.

After enjoying a cocktail while taking in Greenwich Harbor’s beautiful views, guests can visit the renowned on-site L’escale (“port of call”) restaurant. Here, celebrated executive chef Frederic Kieffer delivers masterful culinary riffs that effectively capture the essence of Southern France. Highlighted by extensive outdoor seating, two-hundred-year-old terra cotta tiles from Provence, and a wood burning fireplace that was imported from a castle in the South of France, L’escale is a restaurant that truly captures a special environment.

Ultimately, with its seven luxury suites, a private dock for yachts up to 180 feet long, world-class cuisine, and an award-winning spa, you are in good hands docking your boat at Delamar Greenwich Harbor.

About The Author

Doug Singer is an internationally published food and travel writer, an award-winning cookbook author, and a founding partner of Singer New York Real Estate. For editorial consideration please contact editor@jetsetmag(dot)com.

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