We stayed once before at this hotel, probably 18 years ago as a splurge and I had remembered it fondly but hadn't considered it in recent years because I assumed it would be too expensive. My mistake! I've spent most of my life traveling the hour and change to the Lancaster area to visit the outlets, buy our christmas trees (get them at the lovely farmhouse thats next to the Fulton Steamboat Inn on route 30), go shopping, and take friends around on tours. Since my husand and I got married we've gone at least once and sometimes twice or more a season to the PA Rennisance Fair which admittedly a bit of a drive in Manheim but we typically stay down on Route 30 anyway because its cheaper, and there are more places to eat and shop. For our latest Renn Faire trip I decided to try the Best Western Revere Inn & Suites again since it seemed to have the best mix of good reviews and reasonable prices for the Saturday night in question. I think people tend to forget that weekends in the fall are still high tourist season for the Lancaster area and have a bit of sticker shock, after all I'm practically a native and I did. Still for the price paid the room delievered on all of its promises. Clean and comfy with adequate furniture, nice bed linens and towels, free wifi, free breakfast, a fridge and a coffee maker. We stayed in the annex which does not appear to have an elevator to the 2nd floor, and has doors that open to exterior walkways for those of you who that matters to. We managed to lug our weekend gear up to the room but if I'd had a family's worth of suitcases I'd have made sure to request a room on the first floor in that building. You could hear the traffic noise, and sometimes when they threw out trash from the Revere Inn, but once the ac/heat was on I didn't notice it anymore and it didn't disrupt my sleep. Each of our beds had 4 pillows to sleep on, plus a decorative one which I believe may be a hotel record for me. Breakfast the next morning was the usual crowded scene but I expect that on a weekend. Both my husband and I felt it was a very nice breakfast for "free", I had coffee which was adequate, a waffle which was more then adequate and some cranberry juice. My husband had 2 breakfast sandwiches and some yogurt. I also saw mixed fruit, various danishes and coffee cakes, cereal, the usual toastable items with appropriate spreads and hard boiled eggs. Since I was about to spend the day at the Renn Fare laced in a steel-boned corset I didn't sample as much of the breakfast as I'd have liked to. Even late in the breakfast the selection was quite good and being restocked continuously.
If you have lots of luggage try to avoid the 2nd floor of the annex because of the stairs. Although...
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