In 1913, the most elegant hotel on the East Coast opened its doors. The Hotel DuPont was modeled after other famous hotels in Europe, and its 150 rooms brought a sense of splendor to the Brandywine Valley. All these years later, the enormous Hotel DuPont is an iconic building in Rodney Square that may be one of the most famous hotels in the entire Mid-Atlantic region.
The hotel features 217 rooms, including a number of suites. There's a spa and a salon, of course, and they can host events, conferences, or weddings in any of the seven on-site venues.
Step inside, and the lobby will take your breath away. Every single detail is luxurious, from the floor to the ceiling, and you'll feel like royalty just walking through.
If you'd like the true DuPont experience, book a stay in one of their cozy and elegant rooms, where you'll feel like you're a million miles away from it all. And, while you may feel that way, the Hotel DuPont's location means you're just a short drive from dozens of Brandywine Valley attractions.
If you would rather have a nice night in, order room service from the gourmet restaurant, Le Cavalier at the Green Room. We promise that this will be one of the best meals of your life. You can enjoy the history and luxury of the Hotel DuPont even if you can't stay for the night, by dining in the Green Room. Whether you come by for brunch or for a gourmet dinner, you'll be talking about this meal for years to come.
Trying to find a wedding venue? The ballroom at the Hotel DuPont will make your fairytale dream come true, and any events hosted here have a timeless, classic feel.
Discover the fascinating history of HOTEL DU PONT and book your stay!
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