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We loved this place. However, it may not be for everyone. If you want a sterile, impersonal chain go stay at the Marriott. This place has all the charm of a great lady. The hotel is was built in 1894 (?) and though she shows...More
The Duncan Hotel is not for everyone. It is old (well over 100 years); it has, no doubt, seen better days. It is definitely in need of some TLC, a bit of paint, some new furniture, better lighting, a general sprucing up. On the other...More
This hotel is quaint & very clean. Don't expect all the frills of newer hotels, but the staff at the hotel are very accommodating. The best part is that it's one half a block from Yale, so you can walk everywhere.
I know what I love (and I know what I hate...) I love old hotels that pre-date the cookie cutter sameness of 90% of today's lodging options. Take ANY of the major brand mass market hotels that dot the National map - you know the...More
I had a conference at Yale and discovered when I got there that they had mixed up with my arrival date and I had no place to stay. I called Hotel Duncan and was very grateful that they had a room available for the night....More
Greetings, Carryl. The Duncan does have cable TV, but I don't believe there is in room coffee. There is no restaurant, but there are several restaurants within a block and many more within several blocks.
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