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This place was built in 1890 and renovated after a fire in the 1990s. The rooms are small, 1890's size I suppose, and I know that bothers some folks. Two things that might bother folks even more are the steps that must be climbed to...More
Planned a one night stop-over on a trip to PA. While size was what we expected per previous reviews I'm not sure where the 3.5 & 4 star reviews came from. Although It wouldn't take much to get it there. I certainly had higher expectations....More
Was visiting my girlfriend in the Port Jervis area in November last year, and decided to give the Erie hotel a try, considering it was close to the train station and closer to the main street and shops in the area.
I arrived early in...More
First of all, let me say I am a 61-year old male who was in Port Jervis on business which will flavor some of this review.
I had stayed in another hotel 10 miles away from Port Jervis on a Thursday night, but had car...More
The Erie Hotel is, as its name suggests, an old [1890's] railroad hotel. Three stories, rooms on 2nd and 3rd. Steep climb, but I was offered help with my bag. Stairs and halls none too clean.
The rooms and bath are small, but clean and...More
I believe there are rooms on both the second and third floors. If you are determined to stay there, ask for a room in the back. The noise from the bar can be irritating and the light from the sign can be as well.
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"Yes there are rooms...but this is well known as a restaurant."