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We look forward to the opportunity to assist you in booking your hotel stay at Windsor Locks Bradley International Airport. Our Windsor Locks Airport Hotels offer complete services for the leisure and business traveler. All hotels are rated by AAA and Mobil Travel Guide. All Windsor Locks Airport Hotels have been inspected by our staff for quality and comfort.

Many of our Windsor Locks Airport Hotels offer free airport shuttle as well as special parking packages with up to 14 days parking. Whether you're travelling on business or leisure you'll be sure to find a hotel that suits your budget and needs at Airport Hotel Service. We buy in bulk from hotels, which means you get big discounts off the official hotel 'rack rate' - that's what most people pay when they just turn up at the hotel without a prepaid booking.

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SpringHill Suites Marriott Hartford Airport/Windsor Locks

0.9 mi / 1.5 km to Windsor Locks Airport
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Come and be some of the first guests at this newly opened hotel. The bright colors and open feel of the rooms will help you feel refreshed and happy.

Holiday Inn Express Bradley Airport

1.9 mi / 3.0 km to Windsor Locks Airport
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Enjoy a free breakfast and use of the pool, workout room and shuttle when you stay here. There are many historical and entertainment attractions near by.

About Windsor Locks Airport

Windsor Locks AirportWindsor Locks Bradley International Airport (BDL) is located in Windsor Locks, which is about 10 miles north of Hartford in Connecticut. It is bordered by the towns of East Granby and Suffield. This is the largest airport in Connecticut and is nicknamed the “Gateway to New England.”

In 1941, the United States Army controlled the airfield when airman Lt. Eugene Bradley died during a training drill. In 1942, the airfield was named Bradley Field after this military officer. Many squadrons and fighter groups trained at this airfield before being deployed in World War II. After the war in 1947, the airport became a civilian commercial airport again. Interestingly, the Connecticut Air National Guard now uses a portion of the airport for their base.

In 1979, a tornado caused damage to the eastern area of the airport. In 2003, the airport began major improvements and renovations to provide better processing and facilities for passengers.

There are two terminals connected by a modern food and shopping area. The New England Air Museum is situated at the airport with over 70,000 square feet displaying several aircraft, aviation artifacts, and books.

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