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I stayed at the at the Duncan Hotel for while attending a conference at Yale. I was looking for a less expensive alternative, and found the Duncan. It is an older, historic hotel, so the rooms are a little irregular, but the bed and the...More
The hotel is doing its job with providing comfortable bed and daily house keeping. It doesn't offer much else, and you shouldn't rely on it on anything but the accommodation. Also, the staff are very nice.
We stayed at the Duncan over Parents Weekend when everything else under $360 a night was booked. We loved the experience but it won't be to everyone's taste. It has its charms but it is slightly eccentric.
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I've been staying at the Duncan now for about a decade, having relocated coasts and returning to visit family whom I love. There is no way I could afford to do this except for the Duncan whose price for a single person is modest and...More
Hotel Duncan has reasonably priced weekly rates and I needed something flexible, so I went for it. Stayed there for three months. But you get what you pay for. Rooms are run down and not properly cleaned, towels smell of bleach so I used my...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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