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There’s never been a better time to book your trip to magical Mystic, Connecticut than today! Here at Venere, we know you’ve been waiting for the right moment to let you dreams set sail at this renowned maritime destination on the stunning East Coast of North America. So, lift your anchor and prepare yourself for the trip of a lifetime when visiting Mystic. Look to our expert travel team at Venere who can help you select the lodging and accommodation that’s perfect for your unique travel needs. Contact us today on the phone or online and make reservations and let Venere do the legwork for you. At you can browse our hotels, filtering by amenities, star rating and other options, to be sure you find exactly what you’re looking for. There are an incredible number of Mystic hotels available on our site, and you’re sure to find something for all budgets and group sizes. Call us, visit our website or download the mobile app, available on Android Market and the App Store, to make your choice. You won’t regret a stay in incredible Mystic!

What's Mystic like?

They say the name “Mystic” comes from the Native American Pequot term “missi-tuk”, meaning a large river that turned into large waves due to strong tide and winds. Today, Mystic is a relatively calm seaside destination—not the likely place for a tempest! Mystic is a part of the charming towns of Groton and Stonington, located East and West of the Mystic River, respectively. A popular destination year round, Mystic seems to draw people of all walks of life looking for water sports and sailing adventures and a taste of maritime tourism. Mystic has been featured in big Hollywood productions, as well as low budget movies, such as the 1988 film Mystic Pizza and Hans Hartman’s Crippled Creek, and you can even visit some of the filming sites today. Home of America’s oldest merchant vessel and leading maritime museum, a visit to these sights is worth your time. The hospitality industry has developed quite rapidly and you will have no trouble finding one of the many Mystic hotels to suit you.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Mystic

While Mystic is ideally situated on the water, a visit to this lovely town should include more than marine activities. Check out the great selection of art galleries and exhibitions in the town, which rotate at various times of the year. Those traveling with kids will love Mystic, as it is known for offering a variety of child-oriented recreational activities and events. Many of the Mystic hotels will have information on such activities. The architecture is also quite amazing and you should certainly make a visit to one of the local diners, which have maintained the traditional architectural style of the early 20th-century. Other local activities include learning about how to work a lobster trap, visiting the Mystic seaport, learning the age-old technique of rope making, among other events. As any local will tell you, be sure to visit to take a walk around the old village, visit the Charles W. Morgan wooden ship and the arctic exhibition at the Mystic aquarium, where you’ll have the opportunity to see the Beluga whales swimming live!