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All reviews the river complimentary breakfast great hotel would definitely stay here again business trip the breakfast area business center next morning staff was friendly beautiful view parking lot nice stay binghamton university front desk staff waffles convenient location off the highway
My one night stay was peaceful, thanks to the quick thinking desk clerk, who put a group of kids on another floor for the comfort of other guests. Terrific king room with glass shower. Great laundry room facilities. Opening the blinds in the mornng presented...More
I'm a Hilton Honors member so I stick with that chain, not necessarily the Hampton Inn every time, but under the Hilton umbrella. I always feel pretty confident that I'll be comfortable at a reasonable price. I really wanted to let everyone know this was...More
This Hampton Inn should serve as a model for all of the brand.
The setting, along the river, is beautiful and very relaxing. The hotel itself is just as beautiful, having been recently renovated. I asked the front desk clerk about the age of the...More
This is the second time we stayed here as a stopover to our destination. The location is great, and the facility is clean and neat. Complimentary breakfast included a good choice of items, and the staff was friendly and courteous. Would definitely stay there again!
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Stayed here on a Saturday night during a recent weekend roadtrip. The hotel appears newly renovated from the lobby to the breakfast room to the actual guest rooms - very nice. The room (we had 2 queen beds) was spacious with a coffee pot, mini...More
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You can--I've jogged by it on the way into town a few times and would guess that it would take about 20 minutes or so depending on your pace, but only part of the route has sidewalks. The initial stretch leading from the... More
You can--I've jogged by it on the way into town a few times and would guess that it would take about 20 minutes or so depending on your pace, but only part of the route has sidewalks. The initial stretch leading from the hotel on Rte. 17C would require you to walk on the shoulder.