Hotel du Pont

Address: 11th & Market Streets, Wilmington, Delaware, 19801, United States | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on 11th & Market Streets, Wilmington, is near Longwood Gardens, Grand Opera House, Brandywine Zoo, and Wilmington and Western Railroad.
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        • Bar/lounge


        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Pets allowed


        • Room service
        • Business Services

        TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel du Pont Wilmington

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Wilmington

        Tied to Thailand

        A travel blog entry by breeannasampson on Apr 21, 2014

        Continuing my quest in Asia, I traveled to Thailand. I have traveled to Thailand before to see family members but this time I did not have anyone with me who spoke Thai and English. As much I would have loved to see them, I did not know how to contact them. Coming to Thailand, I wanted see places I have before and new ones.

        Feeling nostalgic, I set foot to many temples. Coming out of Bangkok, I noticed the speed on the highway was almost double compared ...

        L:6 becoming japanese

        A travel blog entry by breeannasampson on Apr 21, 2014

        ... was beautiful with detailed carvings. Near it was a Shintu Temple. After paying my respects and walking around and taking pictures, I bought a little fortune trinket for 200 yen. I kept it in my pocket. The man at the counter said if I did not like it, I could tie it up. Walking around Tokyo, I stopped to eat some Okonomiyaki. It is like a combination of a pizza and pancake but savory. There can be seafood and various meats on the top. ...

        L1: Hawaii

        A travel blog entry by breeannasampson on Apr 21, 2014

        ... brushed my hand. It slowly swam below me. I matched its pace and followed it. Soon other turtles swam around me, one on each side. Up and down, right and left. The turtles turned in different directions but they generally swam in a large circle. I followed. Later, I sat on the beach and enjoyed refreshments with the guides and visitors. We watched the sunset on our boat ride back to the mainland. It was a good day.

        Hershey, Lancaster, Wilmington

        A travel blog entry by jrammon on Apr 06, 2014

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        ... with the mental ability of a 1 year old - DO NOT GO! You learn nothing, it mists chocolate smelling water on you, and you have to wear dirty glasses. Did I mention DO NOT GO?!?! Moving on... The create your own candy bar is worth is just because you have to wear a hairnet and apron. Check the picture! We have not tasted our candy bars so we cannot speak to their potential to be the next big chocolate sensation. The experience is pretty ...

        Day 25

        A travel blog entry by ferrao on Jun 28, 2013

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        ... rush hour traffic. So we eschewed the RV park in favor of doing DC by night. All the monuments were flood lit and there was no traffic at all - hardly surprising at 2 am! The city looked gorgeous by night. And the madness continued because we didn't relish the idea of the Baltimore morning rush hour traffic either, so we drove on past that city, eventually stopping around 4 am to spend the night at a truck stop beside the ...