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Hotel Duncan

 Based on 94 ratings from across the web
Category: Hotels, Lodging
1151 Chapel St # A, New Haven, CT 06511



26 Reviews of Hotel Duncan

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Very Positive Experience by Dr. Bob on Oct 21, 2007

We liked the quaintness of it all. Also, major sites are within walking distance, including Yale University---right in our backyard! We plan to return this summer when I will not be so busy with classes. . ...
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horrible experience on Jul 10, 2009

rooms were dirty, the receptionist was an asshole, the towels were...
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Can not find better by A Yahoo! Contributor on Aug 3, 2007

with the price of ~$50 you can not find better. the hotel was old but nice the elevator man was so funny, he kept tilling me that the elevator is old for the 5 days I stayed in the hotel. Not bad but make sure you arrange...
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Rude, insulting manager by Chowder on Oct 27, 2008

Avoid this hotel at all costs! During my stay I saw the manager openly insult customers. Employees clearly do not care about making customers the least bit comfortable. Additionally, the hotel is run-down and not at all worth...
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Horror Movie by A Yahoo! Contributor on Dec 20, 2006

When we saw the bell 'boy' (?) we began to have doubts, especially because we seemed to be the only people other than those two in the whole place. Our room resembled something out of Psycho. The interior was musty, dark...
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No title by a Yahoo! Local User on Oct 9, 2006

Not too bad...: I loved the location. The lobby is very pretty, too. However, the room we had was so ugly...I expected period wallpaper and floor treatments and got trashy 1960 s paneling and carpeting. Also, the fan in the...
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Quaint, convenient hotel by T0698 on Jan 9, 2006

The bed was super comfortable! Also has an old-fashioned, hand-powered elevator. It's smoother than most modern models! The only down sides are having to wait a while for the shower water to get hot, and no parking (You will...
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No title by az_inmd on Aug 19, 2006

Don't believe the hype about the hotel being quaint. The hotel is just one step above having roach moel status. My room's air conditioner barely worked, there were flies in the bathroom that wouldn't go away, the showerhead...
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A hotel for writers. by A Yahoo! Contributor on Dec 12, 2005

The hotel is old and used, but has an atmosphere that cannot be found in modern luxury hotels. The staff is friendly, considerate and discreet, the cleaning is excellent, the location is better than great. And the elevator...
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Shelter with atmosphere by BudgetTraveler49 1 contribution on Feb 11, 2009

I can put up with dated decor to get an excellent price. In September, the room was rather warm. A fan was provided. I think the old-fashioned atmosphere is kind of charming. I don't mind walking up the stairs. When I've...
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