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Historic hotel in downtown Scranton not far from the Steamtown National Historic site. If you are a railroad fan and want to continue the experience of bygone days, a stay at the Radisson might be it. Brunch in the lobby will satisfy just about everyone.
I stayed at this hotel for an overnight during a road trip up to New York and I'm glad I did. The hotel is in an old train station (interesting if you are an architecture fan). The rooms are totally modern--clean contemporary style and all...More
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Response from MBK_GM, General Manager at Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel ScrantonResponded 18 June 2018
What a wonderful review, and our entre staff thanks you for the heart felt recognition. It truly makes us feel great as we spent painstaking effort in this renovation to be modern and functional for the expectations of today's hotel traveler, while being very mindful...More
The hotel architecture is lovely, it's an old train station, but the location isn't close to much of anything and the neighborhood seems shady.
Room service food was awful...almost like the food was over cooked and then sat around.
Front desk/customer service was good. Beds...More
Beautiful historic location. The master suite was clean and spacious and modern. The staff was friendly and helpful and our wedding reception ran very smoothly thanks to them. The cocktail hour in the lobby and reception in the ballroom were beautiful and everything was executed...More
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My wife and myself spent Sunday evening over labor day weekend at this hotel. It has wonderful décor and is rich in history. Our king room was clean and comfortable. My only "gripe" would be that the bathroom was on the small side. We walked...More
Beautifully restored former D.L.& W rail station. Designed by Kenneth Murchison and dedicated by President Truesdale in 1908, this neo-classical French Renaissance structure is the gem of Scranton boasting …More146 renovated guest rooms along with Carmen's 2.0 Restaurant, Trax Bar & Grille, and elegantly appointed modern Banquet and Event space. We also offer freshly brewed coffee along with 10 wines by-the-glass, specialty Italian desserts, and pastries in our Station Cafe located in the Grand Lobby. Our distinctively professional and qualified staff proudly offer a 24-hour Fitness Center, 24-hour Business Center, 24-Hour Security, Free in-room high speed wireless, and complimentary airport shuttle to/from Scranton/Wilkes Barre International Airport. Less
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