This seems to be the hotel that the modern world has passed by -- even driving in feels like you're going in through some obscure back entrance -- and the building itself feels old; there's no elevator (but only 2 stories), stairwells are oddly placed, and halls take strange turns. Once in your room, though, the ambiance is much more welcoming. I love that motion-sensitive lights come on as soon as I enter, and the furnishings are adequate, clean, and comfortable. It costs a bit less than other area hotels, too, so I'll definitely stay here again.
Traveller from Richmond, VA
Located in the heart of Whitehall, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of PPL Center, Miller Symphony Hall, and Soldiers and …More
Had a pleasing stay at the hotel. Very impressed by the lobby and its overall stylish appearance. The evening staff seemed a bit unprofessional maybe they were tired. We weren’t greeted upon checking in and the guy seemed to rush thru everything. He even threw the access cards on to the table which I guess was part of his speed check-in but could have done in a much better manner. Breakfast is decent with all the usual suspects like breads, oatmeal, cereals etc. Room was very clean and tidy. It seemed like it was recently renovated. It can get too noisy in the evening as it seemed like the sound waves could travel in from the hallways and the rooms next door. Overall, pleased.
Traveller from NY
Situated in Horsham, this hotel is 0.9 mi (1.4 km) from Speed Raceway and within 3 mi (5 km) of Wings of Freedom Aviation …More
It was close to the airport and shopping center.
There was a dollar general close by for any last minute stuff I needed, and a big outlet. Also food places were very close. Also the room smelled amazing very clean, gave good heat for the winter
Situated in Allentown, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Coca-Cola Park, Bethlehem Golf Club, and America on Wheels Museum …More
Founded by Quakers, and once a stopover for stagecoaches, Quakertown lies in the rolling hills of Upper Bucks County, where covered bridges dot the countryside. Nearby Nockamixon State Park attracts picnickers, boaters, and anglers. In town, shoppers pick up finds at the Farmers Market and Flea Market while the reinvigorated downtown attracts diners and those on the hunt for antiques.