Room 435 has a magical portal in the walls, which makes it seem as though your neighbors in 433 and 437 are sitting in bed with you, talking. In fact it's so magical it's as if the room doesn't have walls. Stayed for four days through 3 different guests, and heard about Uncle Larry's malignant tumor and subsequent hospitalization, the awful interior decorating job that Kathy's sister Martha had done in the living room of the house in Maine, how awful the mother in law's dress was at the wedding that took place during our stay (like, really really awful, apparently), and a bad deal someone made on a home loan. I seriously could recite to you first names of everyone that stayed in that room, and here's the thing: they weren't talking loud. They were having normal conversations, some even quietly, as they were sad conversations. My family members who were also staying at the hotel, in different rooms (who also had thin walls) came to listen to our thin walls... one even stood up on the desk and tapped around the ceiling, convinced there was a hole somewhere letting sound through. I've stayed a lot of places and never had such thin walls, so, like I said, must be magical portals.
Other than that, if you could sleep in this hotel, it would be awesome. I love clean bedrooms, the microwave and coffeemaker, the free internet, lots of good water pressure & heat, and the amenities at the front desk, like food and medicine for sale, great complimentary breakfast, a business center with free printing, and a little fireplace and lounge. All these things would be SO awesome! If you could sleep at night without hearing about tumors and wedding attire.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Discover Amish Country and much more from the Hampton Inn Lancaster. Our hotel is located close to major attractions in Lancaster, PA and surrounded by shops and restaurants within walking distance. We're just minutes from Downtown Lancaster, famous for First Friday, the East Coast's oldest existing indoor farmers' market, historic Fulton Theatre, boutique shops, fine dining and nightlife. Enjoy a unique theatre experience at Sight and Sound Millennium Theatre or the American Music Theatre and shop more than 500 outlet stores at the nearby Rockvale and Tanger Outlets. Our friendly staff can direct you to the most popular Amish attractions, Lititz, PA, Strasburg Railroad or the PA Renaissance Faire. Families will love the excitement of Dutch Wonderland Family Amusement Park, Landis Valley Museum, Hands-on-House, and the North Museum. If you're here on business, Hampton Inn Lancaster is conveniently located near the entrance to the Greenfield Corporate Center adjacent to the Lancaster County Visitors' Center. Johnson & Johnson, Dart Container, and Tyson Foods are just a few of the companies you'll find nearby. Enjoy our contemporary lobby and guestrooms, complimentary daily breakfast buffet and waffle bar, and wake up rejuvenated from a great night's sleep in the Hampton Bed(R). Work out in our state of the art fitness center or walk the scenic trails near the hotel or relax in the seasonal outdoor heated pool and sun patio. Catch up on work in our 24 hour business center or from the comfort of your room with free high-speed WiFi, while enjoying a cup of coffee from our 24-hour coffee and tea bar. Getting hungry? The Olde Greenfield Inn and Ginza Sushi both offer our guests great discounts for dining with them and they are only a few steps from the hotel lobby. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hampton Inn Lancaster Hotel Lancaster
- Lancaster Hampton Inn