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1. some staff are great; some not at all - they hate their job and will share that
2. elevator is only operational during certain hours of the day
3. parking is an issue, on street or garage
4. most everything is the hotel is...More
What, did you expect the Westin? It's a relief that the corporotization of America hasn't touched this one building, with its black-and-white tile lobby complete with two telephone booths and an old-school Coke machine. The bay windows are a good place to read the papers...More
The Duncan is an 1890's era old hotel. Was frequented by actors and actresses when New Haven was a tryout before a show moved on to Broadway. A nice old school lobby. The oldest elevator in Connecticut still operated by a man whose job it...More
The location is great, right in downtown. Unfortunately the hotel room was dirty, dusty and smelled badly. We didn't use the shower due to the lack of cleanliness. If you are not fussy about it, the hotel may has charm. Using the old elevator is...More
We say somewhat because there are some things about this property that aren't charming at all (ice maker frequently not working, housekeeping chores obviously forgotten). That being said, this place is a hoot. Do not stay here if you're into spanking-new-sanitized-modern $300-a-night suite properties. If...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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