My husband and I stayed at this hotel this past weekend June 22, 2012. When we arrived, we were awe struck with the view. The hotel sits on top of a mountain and the views are incredible. They have an outside deck that you can sit on and eat breakfast, or just read while looking at the mountains and the valley below. Check in was quick and easy and we were off to our room. We were on the second floor, and did not have a view which was okay because we didn't plan on being there much. The room was a typical Hampton Inn room. Bed was comfortable enough, however the pillows leave MUCH to be desired. We didn't have a fridge or microwave, which didn't thrill me, but were assured that the hotel has one that we can keep our food in and reheat in their microwave. The bathtub was a little narrow, but again, I didn't plan on spending much time in it, so it didn't bother me all that much. The lighting in the bathroom is awful and makes the room look dingy. Now, the air conditioner in the room was ridiculous. The air coming out was cool, but it didn't cool the room at all. I complained to Aaron (who by the way was absolutely great and is by far my favorite) and he went up, cleaned the vents and it seemed better. Not as cool as I would have liked, but better. However Saturday night, around midnight, the air conditioner just randomly shut off. Now not only am I hot, I'm hot and awake listening to this thing go on and off all night! Upon checking out on Sunday, I complained about it to the woman who was checking us out and she told me that there is a switch that makes it turn off at random to conserve energy, and that if they didn't have the on the unit, they wouldn't be doing their part for the environment! I gotta be honest, at 2:30 in the morning I couldn't care LESS and the environment!!! I was curious though as to why it didn't happen at ALL on Friday, or during the day on Saturday, but it magically happened Saturday night. She didn't apologize, or offer us a discount, or even coupons to a restaurant or something. So that left a VERY bad taste in my mouth! Clearly she does not really care about repeat customers.
Also, the channel list is wrong so keep that in mind as you are flipping stations!
SO other then that, things were good! Like I said, Aaron was just the best! I could talk and hang out with him all day!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to the Hampton Inn Hazleton!Few places match the pristine beauty of the area around the Hampton Inn® hotel in Hazleton. Soak in the grandeur of Pennsylvania's mountains, streams and lakes. Ask us for advice on how to enjoy the many exciting activities offered in our outdoor paradise, including swimming, rafting, skiing, canoeing, hiking, biking and fishing. We are also close to the thrills and fun of Knoebels Amusement Park.When you're ready to come in, Hazleton offers great shopping, dining and historic attractions. It's all within minutes of our hotel in Hazleton. So bring your family to the Hampton Inn hotel in Hazleton, where you're surrounded by sheer beauty.Even if you're in Hazleton to enjoy the great outdoors, we want you to enjoy our great indoors as well. That's why we offer a full range of services and amenities at our hotel to make your stay with us exceptional. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
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- Hazleton Hampton Inn