This extended-stay hotel in a business park off the Pennsylvania Turnpike and U.S. Highway 15 is 7 miles from the state capitol and 7.4 miles from downtown Harrisburg.
Contemporary 1- and 2-bedroom suites come with fully equipped kitchens, dining tables and free WiFi, plus flat-screen TVs with premium cable. Whirlpool baths and fireplaces are available.
Free hot breakfast is provided, as well as complimentary light dinner and drinks (Mon-Thurs). The hotel also hosts weekly cookouts. There's a convenience store and a free grocery shopping service, plus a business center and coin laundry. Guests can use a fitness center and outdoor pool.
Off of Highway 76, this modern hotel is a 13-minute drive from downtown Harrisburg's shopping and dining, and Roundtop ski resort is 15 minutes away.
Coffeemakers, minifridges, flat-screen TVs with HD channels, and both full and lap desks (for working on the bed) are offered in each room, as well as free WiFi, microwaves and custom-designed beds. Suites add living areas with sofabeds.
There's a gym, plus a seasonal outdoor pool with a terrace. A daily hot breakfast (on-site) and the weekday breakfast bags (to go) are both free. Parking is included, plus there's a business center and 4 meeting rooms.
This straightforward extended-stay hotel is 3.7 miles from the Pennsylvania State Capitol and 11.9 miles from Hersheypark amusement park.
The modern rooms, ranging from studios to 2-bedroom suites, have free WiFi and flat-screen TVs, plus desks and separate living areas with pull-out sofas. Fully equipped kitchens provide fridges, stoves, dishwashers and microwaves.
There’s free parking and continental breakfast, as well as a convenience store, fitness center and indoor pool. Other amenities include event space, a business center and laundry facilities.
The Battle of Gettysburg was a turning point in the Civil War, the Union victory that ended General Robert E. Lee's second and most ambitious invasion of the North. Often referred to as the "High Water Mark of the Rebellion", Gettysburg was the Civil War's bloodiest battle and was also the inspiration for President Abraham Lincoln's immortal "Gettysburg Address".
The Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center, located at 1195 Baltimore Pike, is owned and operated by the Gettysburg Foundation in cooperation with the National Park Service. Entry to the center is free. There is a fee for the film experience, cyclorama program and access to the museum exhibit hall. Open daily throughout the year except for Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day, the center hosts a massive book and gift store operated by Events Network as well as a "Soldier's Rest" saloon that offers a full menu throughout the day. Battlefield tours on your own, on a bus or with a Licensed Battlefield Guide can be arranged at the Center.
The National Park Service Museum and Visitor Center at 1195 Baltimore Pike (Rt. 97) is the place to begin your visit. The center offers information on park tours and local information, a museum that illustrates the story of the Civil War and the epic Battle of Gettysburg, the film "A New Birth of Freedom" narrated by award winning actor Morgan Freeman, and the Gettysburg Cyclorama, the 1884 depiction of the final fury at Gettysburg, "Pickett's Charge". The center also hosts a Resources Room with information on park exhibits and soldier search databases, an expansive bookstore and Refreshment Saloon.
There is something interesting and educational for the whole family in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Whether you want to explore the museums, walk the hallowed battlefields, take part in exciting reenactments, or even take a tour of the paranormal, look no further than historic Gettysburg.