The staff were wonderful, courteous and met our everyneed. The only issue is that the hotel says it has a restaurant and in actuality it doesn't. The Bistro is cold, unappealing and has very limited choices. Thank goodness for Ruby Tuesdays within walking distance.
Traveller from Stuart, Fl
Situated in Bethlehem, this hotel is 3.1 mi (4.9 km) from Northampton Community College and within 9 mi (15 km) of Dutch …More
Hotel was easily accessible to Allentown. It was clean and comfortable for the 3 nights we were there. The room was not serviced during this time, though this was explained to us upon arrival. We could change towels daily if we wished by bringing down to reception. Hotel staff helpful and friendly. Breakfast included was take and go. Pre-packed muffins, cereal bars etc. Coffee acceptable. We found a very pleasant bagle shop along the road in a small mall for breakfast.
The room was spacious with a kitchen area, if we had wished, we could have had utensils to make breakfast/food at no extra cost.
I would recommend this hotel if you are looking for decent accommodation within a sensible price range.
Please note this hotel allows pets, so at times, animals are in lifts and hallways. No problem to us but may not be agreeable to all.
Traveller from Potters Bar U.K.
Situated in Bethlehem, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Burnside Plantation, Bethlehem Golf Club, and Lehigh Valley Laser …More
Brought my wife out for her birthday to shop at sands casino outlets, lehigh mall and play a bit of roulette. The hotel was clean and the lobby is beatiful. Staff were courteous and responsive, a request for another iron was filled promptly. I would definitely recommend to friends and stay here again.
Traveller from Brooklyn NY
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Bethlehem Golf Club, Dutch Springs Aqua Park, and Burnside …More
Bethlehem was founded in eastern Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley by a group of Moravians and the city's oldest building houses the Moravian Museum. Other well-preserved buildings from the 18th century stand in The Colonial Industrial Quarter, while the city's more recent connection to steel is captured at the Steelworkers' Archives.