Ratings based on 15 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Business Travelersby Ruchi from New York City
Hidden countryPosted Jul 13, 2014 on Hotels.com
A must to go and visit. It's a very small town with some shopping, but everything closes very early around 5pm. So go early. Marlyn, the hotel manager was great. He is a very genuine. Will visit again.
for Couplesby Melissa from NY
Fantastic town great place amazing foodPosted Dec 11, 2013 on Hotels.com
I would recommend this to everyone and will def be returning! The hotel was gorgeous and so much history to it! It was beautiful!right in town and steps away from the Delaware River! The food in there resturaunt was truly out of this world and all of the staff was super friendly!!!! Priceless memories made!
Recommendedby Mrs. & Mr. Melker from Southern Jersey
The perfect Get-Away Hotel in a delightful town.Posted Aug 27, 2013 on Hotels.com
All the charm of a building from the 1850s coupled with modern sensibilities. An inviting friendly feel, yet still cozy and intimate. We would, and probably will, stay there again. We would definitely eat there again too. Don't miss out having a fabulous dinner at The National. They have a unique menu that is beautifully prepared. Interesting drink selections also. Overall a wonderful experience!
Recommendedby john & donna from United states of america
Excellence in FrenchtownPosted Aug 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
Hotel staff was very attentive. Food in restaurant was excellent. Planning another visit in the near future.
Recommendedby Jocelyn and Glen
Posted Feb 24, 2013 on Hotels.com
Room was great except for the noise level, our room being right next to the back exit door. Everything was clean and comfortable. I would have had a additional towel or two and definitely a bath mat at this level of accommodation. Breakfast was outstanding, with quiche and mini croissants- items generally not seen in a continental breakfast at this price point. The hotel restaurant has a varied menu and was delicious. The manager was friendly and attentive.
for Everyoneby Dan from Seattle, WA, USA
Great hotel - friendly service!Posted Dec 23, 2012
Pros: Comfort & Unique Decor
Cons: Occasional road noise, though this is pretty unavoidable.
Location: Great restaurants and bars within walking distance.
Friendly service in a beautiful hotel. We would definitely stay here again! Thanks for priding us with a peacefull oasis away from the in-laws!!
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Charming historic hotelPosted Jul 31, 2012 on Hotels.com
Manager was very gracious, staying up until 1:00 am to greet us.
for Familiesby Paola
Vintage FrenchtownPosted Jul 23, 2012 on Hotels.com
This historic property faces a busy intersection, however our rear facing room was large, quiet and comfortable, with our back door opening onto a spacious porch. The hallway carpet was stained and a bit wrinkled, but once in the room, all was nice. Service was accommodating, and the chef even let us take some basil from her kitchen garden. The food in small dining room was good, if a bit pricey. What we sorely lacked, however was the availability of morning coffee and tea on the premises. One had to walk across the street to the "gas station" to purchase this essential.
for Everyoneby Yellowrose from Western Australia, Australia
Beautiful old hotel in a quaint village.Posted Jun 18, 2012
Beautiful old hotel in a quaint village. Friendly, convenient heritage bar and restaurant downstairs with excellent food and gracious waitstaff. Hotel conveniently located to take bus into NYC for the day. Would stay again any day of the week. Only thing that I can fault is that the front rooms are a bit noisy with road traffic but we actually were not bothered by this. Hoetl does not actually serve a continental breakfast as stated on the website and in the room documentation. Perhaps more effort should be made to update that information.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Sellersville, PA
Beautiful historic, but bit loudPosted Mar 20, 2012 on Hotels.com
Note for anyone with mobility issues, this is not a disability friendly hotel. I have MS and am still very able to handle stairs, but wanted to point out for anyone with a stair concern, this might not be a good choice. This was a nice stay... not gushing over it and telling everyone to visit. Would suggest it for a weeknight stay, but the place is noisey... We had rather rude neighbors who slammed both interior and the exterior hall door to the balcony many many times during the night. We were there for a Valentine / birthday weekend and there was a bad in the ratskeller bar, even on the 2nd floor, we heard the band pretty clearly. One a high note, their cola steak in the restaurant was great and their gelato for dessert was excellent.