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I was checked into an already occupied room, after that my room was smelly, broken inboard, blow dryer, dusty dirty couch, the wall paper ripped. The pool is small but nice, hot tub kool. Very poor lighting it was dark inside, but the beds were...More
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I came into staying in Allentown for a certification class and just needed a place to sleep and was looking for the best dollar value. The Howard Johnson was $30.00 or so less a night. The Good - The check in / Front desk staff...More
check in went smoothly.upon entering the room it had a musty wet smell. the bathroom shower wall was coming of the wall.The bathtub was stained by something. We asked for a new room, finally got one. Bed was okay,not overly comfortable. Very thin doors, could...More
When I arrived, I wasn't too excited because the building wasn't as nice as the one next to it, but I gate it a try anyways. When I walked into the room, cob webs that were yellow we're hanging on the wall, the air vent...More
Let's be clear: this was a very inexpensive room so I wasn't expecting the Ritz. The hotel is old but the room appeared clean [except the bathroom]. The bed was very comfortable. The room had all the amenities [refrigerator, microwave]. The TV tended to pixelate...More
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Dorney Park is approximately 3/4 mile from the hotel. While I consider this walking distance I should point out that this is a busy commercial area and I don't recall seeing any sidewalks. Again, I would consider it... More
Dorney Park is approximately 3/4 mile from the hotel. While I consider this walking distance I should point out that this is a busy commercial area and I don't recall seeing any sidewalks. Again, I would consider it "walkable" but anyone with kids, elderly people etc. in their party might disagree.