Finding an ideal quiet hotel in Harpers Ferry does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Quality Inn, a nice option for travelers like you.
Close to some of Harpers Ferry's most popular landmarks, such as Ruins of St. John's Episcopal Church (0.4 mi) and John Brown's Fort (0.6 mi), Econo Lodge Harpers Ferry Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Harpers Ferry Comfort Inn provide a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Econo Lodge Harpers Ferry Hotel guests have access to a 24 hour front desk. You can also enjoy breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Harpers Ferry Comfort Inn.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Hannah's Train Depot, one of the barbeque restaurants that can be found in Harpers Ferry, which is a short distance from Econo Lodge Harpers Ferry Hotel.
Harpers Ferry is also known for some great architectural buildings, including Restoration Museum and Harper House, which are not too far from Quality Inn.
Quality Inn looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Harpers Ferry.
We stayed two nights. We were traveling on bicycles and they let us bring the bikes to our room. Room was clean. Breakfast was decent and the room where it was served was kept clean. Front office attendant was helpful and cheerful too. We would stay here again.
This hotel is very conveniently located to all of the main attractions in Harpers Ferry. The front desk staff is very helpful and courteous. Our room was plain, but neat and clean. It had a mini fridge, microwave & coffee maker. The property is close to the highway so we had a fair amount of traffic and truck noise until later in the night. We would stay here again.
We had an absolutely wonderful experience at this hotel- clean, well accommodated, outstanding service. We travel a lot and stay in all kinds of hotels, from boutique luxury to budget. This place met all our needs for a great price. We found ourselves in difficult circumstances, and the staff were able to accommodate us generously. Excellent location: on edge of historic Harpers Ferry, Appalachian Trail, and myriad outdoor attractions. A mere 15 minutes from the conveniences/attractions of historic Harpers Ferry. Close to highway but somehow still quiet- easy, comfortable, peaceful nights sleep. Front Desk Amanda immediately put us at ease upon check-in for the first time since departing on our stressful trip made under unfortunate circumstances- we immediately felt grateful to be there. Breakfast Man Earl took care of us every morning at breakfast- always a kind word or helpful service. Cleaning Supervisor Debbie went out of her way to make sure our room was clean and appointed throughout. Finally, GM Allan was the first and last person to positively influence our stay, and several times throughout. He emailed back and forth with me in advance of arrival to iron out details, and took great care throughout before finally wishing us farewell. GM Allan is understated, sincere and ever-present when you need him. His team spoke highly about him as well when he wasn't even around which speaks volumes. Thanks for the fantastic experience during this stressful time.…
Cleanliness in a hotel is very important. Being that we are in the midst of a global pandemic, cleanliness is absolutely crucial for the safety of hotel guests. I was shocked and disgusted by how dirty my room was at the Quality Inn. I was given a room on the first floor. In the bathroom there was hair in the shower as well as chewed up gum stuck to the side of a tissue box. Absolutely disgusting! I brought the tissue box out to the front desk and the woman working there was very helpful and gave me a new one. There is a microwave in the room and in front of the microwave were crumbs. There was a cobweb on the light on the wall next to the bathroom. The lamps on the night stand were dusty as were the cords on the nightstand. A hotel being outdated doesn't bother me but a hotel that is dirty is unacceptable. The washer in the laundry room takes coins and the coin holder sticks. I had to go to the front desk about that and again, the woman working was very kind and helpful. On top of all of this, most of the guests were not wearing masks. This room cost me $141 which is criminal for what I got. I paid $151 for a much, much better hotel in Georgetown in D.C. the next evening. If you care about cleanliness do not stay at this place.…
This hotel was perfect for a short hiking get away for a close knit group of hikers. This hotel is close to the historic Harpers Ferry downtown. Also close to restaurants. We were able to walk to the historic district. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The rooms are clean and the beds are comfortable.