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Hotel Millersburg

35 W Jackson St, Millersburg, OH 44654-1321
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#6 of 8 hotels in Millersburg
Historic Hotel Millersburg welcomed its first guest in 1847 when it opened as a stage coach stop. Hotel Millersburg has kept up with the times, offering in each room private bathroom, hair dryer, television with remote, coffee maker, and air conditioning. Elevator service is provided to all three floors.
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Laura L wrote a review 1 Mar
Columbus, Ohio34 contributions16 helpful votes
After reading some of the reviews, I had to write my own. This is a historical hotel that is also in the stages of renovation and trying to upgrade the visitors experience. It is also filled with history, interesting stories and artifacts. Some of the rooms in the original hotel area are small, others are part of older apartments that have been converted to regular guest rooms. That being said, the hotel has lots of character and the rooms are clean. Are they new hotel perfect? No, but if that is important to you, go stay in a 150 room, 10 story, been there, done that, hotel. My room was in the original part of the hotel and probably the smallest offered. It was very quaint. It was all I needed. It did not have a microwave or refrigerator, but the bed was comfortable and the room was clean. I was there for 4 nights for a quilting retreat. We had a wonderful time, the staff was very friendly and we even got to know them by name. The dinner service in the restaurant was slow, but who cares! We were not in a hurry! I do think the restaurant menu could use a little more imagination. It is called the Grover's Tavern and the food should reflect more comfort tavern fair of the era such as steaks, roasted chicken, stew, hearty roasted vegetables (all with a modern twist and modest/smaller portions)... Hence, there is no need for French onion soup, stir fry and spaghetti! The hotel ended up being a pretty busy place even at the end of February and in Covid times. Would I stay there again? Yes, of course! As long as the rooms and beds are fresh and clean, I will stay at any hotel again. I think all guest need to do a little time travel and realize this was a "fancy" hotel in its glory. Just spend time imaging what a big deal it was to stay in a hotel almost 200 years ago, let alone, one as grand as the Hotel Millersburg. Most of us have bathrooms bigger than Rm 205! We all need to stop acting spoiled, and embrace what it was like to live in a bygone era (and count our blessings!). And remember, this is a "boutique" style hotel. It is in the middle of a small town, not on a highways edge. People have made an investment in reviving history and heritage. You need to leave your "Holiday Inn/ Hyatt" mentality behind. This hotel is worthy of your stay.
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Date of stay: February 2021
Room Tip: The rooms are different sizes and decoration. The original hotel block rms tend to be smaller....
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Lovin Life wrote a review Feb 2021
Columbus, Ohio3 contributions2 helpful votes
Check in was as expected. Room was small and badly in need of repair, bed was comfortable. Do not eat in the restaurant. Food was less than sub par and took forever to arrive. Bar area was decent, but definitely find another place to eat. Hotel feel was historic and many of the documents hanging on the walls were fun to read. Overall, nice to visit for an hour or so, but I would not recommend staying there.
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Date of stay: February 2021
Catherine Curtin wrote a review Feb 2021
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room was small but nice, bed was comfortable but someone was playing loud music from 11 pm till 7 am. we ate breakfast and dinner in the dinning room twice. slow service, COLD food would stay there again, maybe, but would not eat there again. when we told the manager about the loud music she laughed as if she really didn't care.
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Date of stay: February 2021
Room Tip: make sure you have plans to eat somewhere else. bar was ok to have a drink at.
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bikerjff wrote a review Sep 2020
Fruita, Colorado101 contributions28 helpful votes
Our party of 5 stayed here for one night while riding bicycles along the Ohio to Erie Trail that skirts the town. The staff were very accommodating, the rooms clean and comfortable, and the restaurant very good. Breakfast is served in the restaurant although our group opted to go out to an Amish bakery instead. We did have dinner in the restaurant and, our stay being on a Friday evening, there was the usual summer weekend live music going on in the adjacent courtyard, with recorded music continuing a little longer (till about 10:20 as we recall). If you have bicycles, the staff will generally allow secure bike storage in one of the unused meeting rooms so you don't have to snake them through the narrow hallways and deal with the one and only elevator. It's evident that the owners are continuing to maintain this historic hotel very well, and are also keeping prices very reasonable, making this a wonderful place to stay while visiting Ohio Amish country.
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Date of stay: September 2020
Jayne T wrote a review Sep 2020
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio19 contributions5 helpful votes
Quaint hotel, our bed was wonderful in room 212 and priced fairly. However, this is where my compliments end. This town has a truck passage thru its main street making it obnoxiously loud in the town and consequently in our room starting at 5:30 am. The hotel restaurant was closed and so was much of the town on Monday. No water bottles or coffee worth drinking was provided. A Wonderful coffee shop called Broken Grounds saved the morning. (It was also closed on Monday). This served delicious food and quality coffee and was oBserving COVID rules. So shout out to them The rest of Millersburg? What masks? “We don’t do that here” I felt endangered. Sorry but we will not return.
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Date of stay: September 2020
US$89 - US$134 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Millersburg
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Millersburg?
Nearby attractions include Victorian House Museum (0.6 km), Millersburg Glass Museum (0.6 km), and Three Feathers Pewter (0.05 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Millersburg?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Millersburg?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Millersburg?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Millersburg?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bags Sports Pub, Millersburg Brewing Company, and The Tavern at Hotel Millersburg.
Is Hotel Millersburg located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.08 km away from the centre of Millersburg.
Does Hotel Millersburg offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Millersburg?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Victorian House Museum (0.6 km) and Holmes County Courthouse (0.2 km).
Is Hotel Millersburg accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.