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I don't understand the negative reviews. For this Englishman a 3-night stay at the Duncan was pure delight. Large, comfortable clean room. Charming, relaxing reception area. Friendly, helpful staff. Superb location right beside the Yale campus, with stunning art galleries just yards away. I can't...More
The Duncan is kind of a dump but it's the most conveniently located hotel in New Haven (well tied with the Study, which is next door and expensive) and unlike the Marriott is not abutting a bad area or like the New Haven Hotel or...More
Devastated dirty stinking rooms. Terrible place to stay.
We were supposed to stay for two nights. But after one night, we moved next door to the wonderful Hotel Study. The room was a smoking room and it was like sleeping in an ashtray. In the...More
This is a great place for those on a budget who are open minded enough to appreciate what is on offer..
A grand hotel from the turn of the (last) century with quirky charms and a friendly staff, with a great location.
My room was...More
- Bathroom was not clean
- Manager at front desk has no clue about anything
- EXTREME LOUD AIR CONDITION SYSTEM from another building -> you can't sleep well!
+ room is big
+ freezer in the room
+ VERY GOOD location next to yale...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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