Suite at the Marriott, Springfield
Located on some of New England's most fertile farmland in the Connecticut River Valley, at the mid-point of America's major Northeast trade routes between New York City, Boston, The Great Lakes, and Montreal, Canada, the City of Springfield (pop. 155,000) has been the technological and cultural center of the Connecticut River Valley since its founding in 1636. Nicknamed The City of Homes because of its ubiquitous Victorian architecture, Springfield is a highly walkable city with much of the its attractive Victorian residential architecture focused in its street-car suburb neighborhoods.
Here are some options for patients travelling to Springfield from out of the area. These are according to their distance from our office. Please use the information provided to contact them directly to arrange your stay.
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