Let's start with the cons, then move to the pros:
Con 1: Wifi is spotty. You will lose it frequently, so be sure you're constantly saving any work. You might lost drafts.
Con 2: the facility is dated. Not super old, but definitely some tired spots.
Con 3: It doesn't have a good meeting room. It has one, and they'll bend over backwards to make arrangements for you, but it's painted like an old nursery, not a professional conference room.
Pros: Super friendly staff who will do anything for you. Alan, Amber, and Kizzy were particularly kind.
Good, clean rooms. Excellent housekeeping.
Very nice indoor pool and hot tub (it was winter when we stayed there).
Good location. Spitting distance of the cemetery.
Decent breakfast. Not a ton of options, but hot eggs, sausage, raisin bran, small donuts and muffins.
They do have a cocktail lounge, though I didn't visit it.
In sum: don't expect the Ritz, but for a good value, this is a good place to be.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- STAY ON THE EDGE - Park your car and walk to the battlefield, museums, attractions, shops, restaurants and ghost stories. In 1863 the three day Battle of Gettysburg involved 170,000 Americans. Today the battlefield is a National Park with 6,000 acres, 1,300 monuments and thirty-two miles of scenic avenues. Walk to where Lincoln delivered his immortal Gettysburg Address or step on a tour bus to the battlefield, the Eisenhower Farm or even Washington, D.C. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Quality Inn Gettysburg Motor Hotel Gettysburg
- Gettysburg Quality Inn