Comfort Inn at the Park
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Historical Traveler Reviews Comfort Inn at the Park Hershey
If you are looking for a standard hotel then this is a great place! We just returned from our New Years weekend get away!!! The price was inflated on New Year's Eve but pretty good rate for Saturday night. Not sure what the prices are in the summer though. The room was nice and standard. Very clean!!!! The bathroom has the toilet and tub - the sink is not in the bathroom which is good so someone can take a shower while the other can use the sink and mirror. There is a small indoor pool and the free breakfast of muffins, danish, cereal and so on - the hours could be better for that - only 6am-10am - would like to see it go to 11am. The pool hrs were good at 8am - 11pm. There was coffee around the clock. Our room had coffee maker, microwave and refrigerator - which was a good size. We had 2 queen sized (comfy) beds, 2 chairs and a desk. Could use a little more drawer space - there were only 2 drawers but do-able for the weekend. Only a few minutes from the park and there are a couple of restaurants and fast food places right there. Also a KMart right there. Very nice and friendly staff. Would stay there again for sure!!!
Great Family Hotel
For a moderate hotel in a busy family resort area, this is a great deal. The beds are queen sized, the shower and sink area are in separate areas, and it's quiet (must be great insulation). The breakfast buffet is great. Lots of the usual the day i was there, plus a bonus of hard boiled eggs for some protein. Cute little duck pond next to parking lot, with a machine that sells duck food for 25cents. We bought two giant loaves of bread at the K Mart up the hill in the attached shopping center. This is a good deal, especially if you go through Orbitz like I did.
Fantastic hotel. Everything was great!
Allergic to mold
The week of August 23-25, 2004 my husband, daughter and I stayed at the Comfort Inn at the Park. The hotel staff was very nice. But there were a few issues that needed to be addressed. There was mold growing on the ice machine and in the bathroom around the shower and walls. If you have a reaction to mold (I do) dont stay there. Because of my allergic reaction I was forced to use the tissues which the Housekeeping staff repremanded me for. Because of the mold I was afraid to allow my daughter to use the pool because I had no way of knowing if the pool was sanitized properly.
Also the sprinkler system and recessed lighting in our room was falling off the ceiling.
My over all reaction is until the hotel cleans up its rooms dont stay there.
Not bad for the price
First off, getting a hotel in town for a decent price is a challenge. Next, paying over $100 for a 2 star hotel hurts.
Finally, what is it with this town? There's the amusement park, a zoo, and Chocolate World. Doesn't this lead one to think of Willy Wonka? Actually, Chocolate world has a people mover (no longer factory tours, just videos), a 3-D movie and lots of Hershey product for sale--that's it.
The hotel is close to the freeway, town, shops and was pretty good overall, just too much money for a town that doesn't deliver. The 3 stars is more due to the price than the quality of the hotel, it's better than the town.
Very clean and nice
My two kids and I stayed here for one night on 8/1/2004. Got there before check-in time. Our room wasn't ready but we were able to preregister. They told us how to get discounted tickets for Hershey Park and the directions to get to the food store selling the discounted tickets. This hotel is so, so clean. We wished we could have stayed more than one night but we had to get to Philadelphia. This hotel is just two miles from Hershey Park and situated amongst several stores and lots of restaurants. It even has it's own little pond with ducks that you can feed. Definitely a must when in Hershey.
Perfect for Hersheypark !!
location: 2mi from Hersheypark,and within 2-5 minutes are many chain restaurants,even a KMart if you forgot something ; and about 12 mi to Harrisburg,PA very easy drive which we did after checking out
hotel: appearance very nice at night with front doors lit with white rope lights ; duck pond very nice
greetings by front desk staff ; pool and area clean and open til 11pm; carpeting in hallways looks new ;fresh looking all-around the property ;our wing of the hallway had many N/S rooms ; quiet
room: 2 qn beds( we all thought were comfy) larger sized fridge a pleasant surprise! microwave,blowdryer,coffeemaker,spacious enough if cot/crib would be needed (we didn't)
we always stay here! Enjoy !
Comfort Inn on linglestown road
We loved the Comfort Inn at 7744 linglestown road, in Hershey Pa. It has an indoor pool, and a continental breakfast. You are still close to the park, maybe 8 or so miles away. Straight shot, down the road. There was a microwave and refrigerator in the room, which is very handy when you have children. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone who was visiting the Hershey area!!!!
My 11-yr-old daugher and I just returned from a short Spring Break trip to Hershey. This hotel is terrific, no kidding. For the price, location, etc., you can't beat it. It was exceptionally clean and fresh. (I can't stand musty hotels!) The service was excellent... our rooms were made up early and with great care. The Continental Breakfast was perfect for us as we don't eat much for breakfast. The pool was clean and perfect for my daughter. Overall, if you're not looking to spend a fortune and want a nice, CLEAN hotel close to attractions and restaurants, I'd absolutely recommend this one!
Stayed with my family (wife and two teens) this past summer (July 02). It was very resonable and well located minutes from the park. Room was large and had two queen beds which is great for larger families. No restaurant on premises but features a decent buffet style breakfast (certain days) and very close to other restaurants. All in all, avery good deal in Hershey.
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