We stayed here while driving a large rental truck cross-country. The good thing I can say about this hotel is that the parking lot was large enough for our truck. As for the hotel interior, the corridors are not air conditioned, so on the hot, humid day we were there, the air was stifling. In the center of the hotel is what they call the "Atrium." It houses the pool and the breakfast area. It was impossible to eat breakfast in such a hot, humid location, so we skipped the free (and not very-good looking) breakfast and headed down the road to Cracker Barrel. Our room as dingy, but not dirty. The hotel served its purpose--a place to sleep with room to park a truck--but nothing more.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel under $3 million renovation to be completed end June 2008. Located on the edge of downtown historic Hagerstown, MD. Off I-70. Minutes from I-81 Complimentary Deluxe Continental breakfast. Pool Bar. Landscaped gardens with rare water features. Beautiful new meeting rooms. Executive Business Suite and Board Room. Many choices available for meetings of all sizes and types. Full food and Beverage service. Perfect for Weddings, Receptions, Reunions, Business Meetings or just relaxing with the family and swimming in our heated indoor pool. Private Parking. Beautiful tropical atrium with heated indoor pool. Free Internet. Business Center. Want comfort and Luxury -as well as friendly and hospitable service - then come stay with us. New Photos will be posted as renovation proceeds. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Clarion Hotel Hagerstown
- Clarion Hagerstown
- Hagerstown Clarion