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Red Roof Inn Lancaster
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Reviewed July 28, 2006

This stay was pretty good for the room rate we paid - $67 + tax - booked via the Red Roof Inns' web site.

We were there 3 days in June of the most torrential of rain falls(remember the Pennsylvania floods?), but we still enjoyed the comfort of the Inn.

Our room was well appointed on the 3rd floor with queen size bed, sitting area, individual A/C, TV, mini fridge and of course, en-suite bathroom.

The included continental breakfast consisted of:
2 x cereals
2 x fruit juices
doughnuts
bread
coffee/tea
assorted fresh fruits

BUT, you had to be early or quick. We normally get up early and were OK but we noticed the replenishment of the goodies was pretty slack with some guests complaining to management that they missed out.

Note the photos both on their official web site and Expedia, although typical of the chain, are NOT of this property.

Overall, we were happy with this choice, the location was handy to all the major attractions of the area and we would stay here again.

Regards,
L & M from Oz

  • Stayed: June 2006, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank L&M_from_Oz
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Reviewed June 23, 2006

We planned our trip to Lancaster one week in advance and chose the Red Roof Inn based on its price, proximity to both the Strasburg RR and Dutch Wonderland, and the top 10 rating it received on tripadvisor. We checked in at 6 pm and overheard the clerk say that the motel was overbooked. Fortunately for us our room was still available. The lobby is nice and appears to have been updated, but we didn't spend any time there. The Red Roof Inn is, in my opinion, your standard motel. Our room was on the 2nd floor and had 2 double beds, alarm clock, mini fridge, cable TV, bathroom--but no hair dryer! The room was clean, but in need of updating. The outdoor pool was refreshing after a long day outdoors. A continental breakfast is included and was adequate for our appetites. The motel sits on Route 30, which is heavily traveled, and traffic was a little loud, but I can only assume that this is true for all the Route 30 hotels/motels. We only stayed one night, and this motel met our needs.

  • Stayed: June 2006
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4  Thank FrugalMother
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Reviewed May 2, 2006

My family and I chose to stay at the Red Roof Inn for one night after having read the glowing recommendations below.

The hotel is not bad per se - but you do feel disappointed, if you expect it to be as as "fabulous" as someone wrote:
"The hotel lobby has a great entrance with granite and hardwood floors, they add a fireplace with a huge plasma TV on above it, my wife and I just spent of our evening relaxing in the lobby."

The "huge plasma screen" is an ordinary TV-set, the "great entrance" is a normal door, and if you decide to spend your evenings "relaxing" in the couch in the lobby, you must be really bored. The staff (all very helpful) looked puzzeled when I asked for a room with a view of the Amish farmland - I was told that "no rooms have views of the farmland", though one of the other reviews says so?!
I suppose this is the weakness of the Tripadvisor review system (which I always use before traveling anywhere) - you cannot be sure that the reviews are all truthful...

My opinion is that the Red Roof Inn is an OK, clean and well-located hotel, but there seem to be plenty other hotels in the immediate areal that are cheaper and probably just as nice. The breakfast was above average. The internet connection worked fine.

- the staff recommended "Ed's Buggy Rides" located a few miles from Red Roof Inn as a good way to see the Amish countryside and visit an Amish farm. We had a great trip and we/I kan easily recommend Ed's to others wanting to learn more about the Amish!

  • Stayed: April 2006
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4  Thank Ulrik G
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Reviewed March 28, 2006

We stayed in one of the new jacuzzi suites at this hotel for two nights last weekend, March 24-26. We paid $89 a night before taxes.
Overall, the hotel & roome were great. The rooms were newly renovated, so everything was very clean. The jacuzzi for two was a very nice perk, especially considering the low price we paid.
We'd definitely recommend this place to others and would stay here again.
Just a few snips: our first morning there, a tour bus parked outside the room for an hour or so. Instead of turning the engine off, the bus idled there for an hour or so, giving off a loud buzzing sound while we tried to sleep. Also, the breakfast was nothing to write home about -- mostly carbs, bagels, muffins toast and cereal. This hotel is in a very busy, hectic part of town, with many restaurants and stores nearby, which is either good or bad, depending on what you're looking for.

Stayed: March 2006
8  Thank TravelBear12
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Reviewed March 10, 2006

We were pleasantly suprised about all the changes they have undergone. The mighty 5 have done it! They have changed the friendliness and everything. It is compareable to a Holiday Inn Express (I read someone elses coments.) We had booked the whole hotel for a function and everything was perfect and went flawless! Amanda & Eddie were very helpfull and it's nice to know they take pride in the property and their customers. - LARRY DAS

  • Stayed: March 2006, traveled on business
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