The location isn't in a bad area, but it's a bit of a walk outside of the commercial part of the city that has the restaurants/shops, and the road leading to the hotel is not very well-lit at night. The view from my 2nd floor hotel room were of a back street and a clearly old 3-story building, so you shouldn't come to this hotel expecting spectacular scenery outside your room. The bottom floor of the parking garage had literally dozens of empty plastic bottles and other forms of trash on the ground around the parking spaces, so the hotel clearly doesn't have someone patrol the garage and pick up garbage with any regularity. It's possible the second and third floors of the garage don't have that issue, but it was glaring enough on the bottom floor for me to comment on it. Overall, I consider those complaints to be mostly nitpicky/unimportant, which is why I'd still come back here if I'm ever in this area of Connecticut, but I wanted to be thorough in explaining potential downsides.
I stayed here as a solo traveler for a night due to a nearby job interview taking place in Greenwich. In addition, I arrived late at night, and the receptionist was very nice and helpful and had me checked in within a minute, which I appreciated given how tired I was. The living area of the room was spacious, the king-sized bed was extremely comfortable, and the room was very clean. It was 15 degrees outside and snowing, but the temperature of the room was very pleasant - not too cold or too hot/stuffy from the central heater. Public parking in the hotel's multi-level parking garage was free and plentiful, even on a night that the hotel was fully booked, so you should have no fear about not being able to find a parking spot. The free wi-fi was more than adequate for checking the news and writing e-mails, though I didn't attempt any video streaming. Free breakfast is included, though I didn't have time in the morning to try it.