The converted train station was an interesting setting and lent itself to beautiful architecture (marble throughout the lobby, nice exterior). The hotel itself was average at best, with older rooms and amenities. It's also across the street from University of Scranton and a bar, so there was a lot of outside noise in the middle of the night. There are a few restaurants in the area and a run-down mall within walking distance. It's definitely not worth it at full price, but we got it very cheap through Priceline and it did its job as a place to stay for the night.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Beautifully restored former D.L.& W rail station. Designed by Kenneth Murchison and dedicated by President Truesdale in 1908, this neo-classical French Renaissance structure is the gem of Scranton boasting 146 renovated guest rooms along with Carmen's Restaurant, Trax Bar & Grille, Platform Lounge, and elegantly appointed modern Banquet and Event space. We also offer freshly brewed Starbucks coffee along with 10 wines by-the-glass, specialty Italian desserts, and pastries in our Station Cafe located in the Grand Lobby. Our distinctively professional and qualified staff proudly offer a 24-hour Fitness Center, 24-hour Business Center, 24-Hour Security, Free in-room high speed wireless, complimentary airport shuttle to/from Scranton/Wilkes Barre International Airport, and in-house massage therapist services. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Radisson Scranton
- Scranton Radisson