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Luxury Hotels in Wilmington

    Hotel Du Pont
    Super 8 by Wyndham New Castle
    The Westin Wilmington

Pet Friendly Wilmington Hotels

    Red Roof Inn & Suites Newark - University
    Hilton Wilmington/Christiana
    Red Roof Inn PLUS+ Wilmington - Newark

Visit Wilmington, Delaware

Wilmington might not be the first place that comes to mind when you think of a vacation destination, but it might become your favorite after one visit. Wilmington is home to historic sites like the Hagley Museum and Library, and the Nemours Mansion and Gardens. When planning your trip, use to find the best Wilmington hotels.

Cool Spring and Tilton Park Historic District

The Cool Spring and Tilton Park Historic District is home to some of the top historic buildings in the state. The Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church is also within this district, and the church hosts an annual Greek festival. Walking tours of the community are a popular attraction for visitors to the area. The Best Western Valley Inn sits on Concord Pike in this neighborhood, and guests will find rooms priced at around $103 per night. The hotel has a swimming pool, a fitness center, and a business center that is open day and night. Guests can enjoy a free continental breakfast each morning. Contact the hotel with any queries on (302) 656-9436.

Wawaset Park

Wawaset Park is one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in the city. Originally, the area was used for fairs and horse races, and then in 1918 the Du Pont Company hired architect Edward L. Palmer, Jr. to build a tranquil neighborhood for employees. Many of the earliest houses were small single-family homes, though a few duplexes were available. Though Du Pont workers lived here for a number of years, the homes later housed families who worked for different companies in the area. In 1986, the National Register of Historic Places recognized the neighborhood as a National Historic District. The Inn at Montchanin Village sits on Montchanin Road, and its historic design blends in nicely with the surrounding homes and businesses. Potential guests can reach the hotel at (302) 888-2133. The hotel is almost exactly halfway between Washington, D.C. and New York City, giving you the chance to take a day trip to either of those larger cities. Elegant gardens and relaxing picnicking spots surround the back of the hotel, and guests can book treatments at the upscale onsite day spa. The hotel has its own restaurant, which sits inside a building that once functioned as a blacksmith shop.

Downtown Wilmington

The center of Wilmington is home to an interesting mix of historic buildings and modern residences. The Hotel Du Pont is a historic hotel located downtown in this neighborhood. The hotel opened its doors in 1913 and it still provides the same level of customer satisfaction. Two onsite restaurants provide contemporary American dishes in a casual atmosphere or elegant French food in a formal setting. The hotel also offers a free appetizer hour in the lobby, and the tastefully decorated rooms provide guests with a stylish retreat. Travelers can call the hotel with any questions on (800) 441-9019.

See Wilmington Today

A trip to Wilmington lets you visit attractions like the Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, Christina Riverboat Company, and Frawley Stadium. With the right type of accommodation, you can stay within walking distance of your favorite attractions. Find Wilmington hotels at prices you can afford at

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