BEST WESTERN PLUS Revere Inn & Suites

Address: 3063 Lincoln Highway E (US 30), Paradise, Pennsylvania, 17562, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 3063 Lincoln Highway E (US 30), Paradise, is near The Strasburg Rail Road, Kitchen Kettle Village, Cherry Crest Adventure Farm, and National Toy Train Museum.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Revere Inn & Suites Paradise

    Reviewed by greg-mary-scott

    I will stay here again

    Reviewed Jun 19, 2014
    by (19 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Not much to say. This is what I expect from a Best Western and the next time I visit Strasburg Railroad Museum this is where I will stay.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Revere Inn & Suites Paradise

    Good value for your money!

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    I stayed at BW Revere Inn in April of 06. We stayed in the Annex rooms which were by the outdoor pool. We paid 60.00 a night for the first 2 nights and 80.00 for the 3rd night. This is some bargain! The rooms were clean and done in light furnishing. Nothing fancy, but very clean and kept up well. There was a TV, refridge and coffee maker, hairdryer in the room. We got a free continental breakfast with the rate. There is an outdoor pool which was not open yet, an indoor pool, small fitness center, small game room, and a nice spacious lobby. The main building with the lobby and indoor pool also offers rooms, but for a bit higher. I believe that building offers wifi too. Can you imagine so many amenities for such a cheap price?

    If you are visiting PA Dutch I highly recommend staying at this Best Western.

    PA Dutch Dream

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    Whenever we travel to Lancaster County, I always try to stay at the Paul Revere. It is, without a doubt, the nicest hotel I've stayed at in this area. The rooms are spotless, the staff, wonderful and that continental breakfast is absolutely the best I've ever had. They have a wonderful, relaxing outdoor pool that we've enjoyed many times. The area is quiet and tranquil, so relaxing. We've had dinner at the Paul Revere Restaurant and it was excellent, the bar is nice too, very low key and comfortable. If you're going to Lancaster county, book early, as this hotel is becoming well known and you can't always get a reservation. We always look forward to our stay at the Paul Revere Best Western.

    You have to go a long way to beat this hotel.

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    My wife and I stayed two nights at this beautiful hotel. The staff were very friendly and couldn't do enough for you. The continental breakfast was the best we have ever had at any hotel. It is very comfortable and also very clean. For visiting the Lancaster area the location is very ideal. The adjoining Revere Tavern has excellent food. I doubt that anyone would ever rate this hotel lower than above average or excellent.

    Great value!

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    I was very impressed with this hotel. Overall very clean and spacious room. Having 2 pools was a nice plus. The free breakfast offered a whole lot more choices than any other I've seen. Some other reviewers have complained about the staff, but I found all of the staff I encountered to be both friendly and helpful. The room did need a few repairs in spots, but other than this I couldn't find too many faults with the place.

    Very Nice Hotel But Staff Friendliness Needs Work

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    This hotel truly is a nice place to stay. Things like the 5' indoor and outdoor pools add choices that are not seen everywhere. Rooms are nicely decorated and furnishings are above average. Walking down the interior hallways one gets the feeling of plushness. The country setting adds to a relaxed feeling also. Continental breakfast offers more than the usual fare.

    Having said all of the above, we did not get a warm feeling from the staff. . Specifically I am referring to the very cold young lady at the breakfast who not only did not speak, but wore a frown. Then there was the pool maintenance man who could not find it in himself to speak when in close proximetry to those of us swimming. The lasting impression of an establishment may very well be hows it's staff interacts with the customers.

    Great Place

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    This year was the first time we stayed here. We have been to Lancaster before and I never knew about this place. I am glad I found it. This is such a nice place to stay. Very, Very clean, they have a continental breakfast. Two swimming pools one out side and one inside. We stayed in the Anex building our room was in front of the outside pool which is nice.

    Great place to stay

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    Next time we are in the area we will definately be staying there. Lancaster, Intercourse, Strasburg all very, very close. The rates were very reasonable and the rooms were very clean and a nice size. Everyone was very friendly too. Deiters buffet restaurant is very close with excellent food and cheap prices.

    A gem in LancasterCounty!!

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    I brought a group of 40 AARP members to Lancaster County last September for 4 days and we stayed at the Revere Inn Suites and Hotel in Paradise PA. It was close to everything we wanted to see and do in the Lancaster area, was an A-1 hotel in every respect. Staff and amenities outstanding. Every one of our group were very pleased. We have recommended it to other groups and will definitely stay there again and again. We do several trips a year to veriouse places and this was one of the finest places we found to stay all up and down the East Coast!

    Best Western-Revere Inn a Lovely colonial Atmosphere!

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    My husband and I stayed here last fall on Halloween Weekend '03 so we could do a little early Christmas shopping. We decided on this hotel , because we had enjoyed previous dinners in the "Revere Inn". What a lovely hotel! We wanted to stay in the main hotel building, but there were no vacancies, so we ended up in the "Annex" building with a standard 2 double bed room. Above and beyond clean, double sheeting on the beds, and all of the regular amenities included. A full deluxe continental breakfast is served every morning in the main hotel building. It was lovely to be able to just walk around the corner to the restaurant-tavern, and just relax. If you are looking for a place to stay that is close to the little quaint towns of Bird-In-Hand, and Intercourse this is it. I highly recommend this establishment.

    Beatiful Hotel

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    This is a beautiful hotel located on the eastern side of Lancaster on the main US 30 highway. Nice rooms, indoor and outdoor pools, and a very nice continental breakfast. I was placed here by a company I was consulting for, but have returned several times with the family. This is an ideal location if you're headed to Strasburg for Thomas the Train. We also stayed here during a December visit to Lancaster to see the Sight & Sounds Christmas show. There are two buildings - the main bld with interior hallways, and the annex by the outdoor pool with exterior hallways. We stayed in both, and all the rooms are nice. The main building, however, is more desirable during inclement weather. Breakfast is served off the main lobby and the indoor pool is also in the main building. Highly recommended. By DC Tripp & Family

    TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Revere Inn & Suites Paradise

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