If you like a little ambience when you travel, skip this property. It's very 70's and dated. From the first impression of the lobby, the ceiling tiles seem to be pressing down on the space. While the room was huge, the hanging area for clothes is open to the room (no door), the pictures on the wall look like them came from a goodwill store (and are grossly undersized) and the sofa had some paint (I'm hoping) splatters. Also, there seems to be a weird vibe going on with the staff. While they responded as necessary, they don't seem to get along very well. The morning buffet was extremely lackluster and not worth the money. I was there for 4 days for a business conference and every event meal was less than lukewarm and unappetizing. Bar and restaurant, forget about it, if they're even open for business. I'm not normally a complainer but there has to be better hotels in the area if you are looking for a stay that doesn't rub you the wrong way.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Aspire Gettysburg Hotel is Gettysburg's newest full service hotel. We offer large spacious rooms, family friendly bathrooms, and Double King accommodations. Plus, free WIFI and use of our indoor pool and fitness center are provided. We also feature plenty of private group meeting space. Check-in is at 3pm. Check-out is 11am. Cancellation Policy: 24 hours. ... more less
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