My wife and I spent this past three-day weekend at the Best Western Revere Inn. We remember staying here during our first trip to Lancaster County nearly 30 years ago. At that time, only the current "annex" building was present. We had a mini-suite on the third floor. The room was very spacious, with two televisions (although they seemed to be around 5 - 10 years old), couch, lounge chair, and two other chairs. However, the furniture was farily dated and worn (for example, the fabric on the cushions was wearing-off on the couch). Also, the lounge chair showed wear (head cushion somewhat stained from constant use, along with the chair getting "stuck" in the lounge position one night). We had a Queen size bed, which was fairly comfortable. We did not, however, get a good night's sleep (not really the "fault" of the bed since we had no trouble in taking a nap). The bathrooms was roomy, clean, with a very nice shower (we thought that the bathroom was the nicest part of the room),
The grounds are very nice. During the summer, the grounds must be especially inviting since the outdoor pool looks like it would be beautiful. The Rainbow Dinner Theatre is located on the property; however, this did not cause any difficulty with the parking. The Best Western Revere is located on the eastern portion of Lancaster, about five miles east of the Rockvale Outlets on Route 30. This is either a "plus" or a "minus" depending upon your perspective. The immediate area was fairly quiet, even with construction occurring outside the hotel on Route 30.
The staff at the hotel was, for the most part friendly (so more so than others). When we checked in, the staff at the front desk seemed to have a bit of an "attitude"; not really nasty, but not friendly either - just "cold". They seemed to just want to do their job. We did meet a few very nice friendly front desk staff in the evenings. It could have been our imagination, but the hotel seemed to have an odd "vibe". The continental breakfast was a plus, with the food area well-stocked, more tables than the "average" breakfast area. We enjoyed the Jimmy Dean breakfast sandwitches and the assorted pastries.
In summary, this is a nice hotel, but even though the rooms are spacious, the decor seems to be "stuck" in the 1990s. The furniture definitely needs replacing soon, since the obvious wear and tear could become a "turn-off".
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