Had a one-night business stay, and brought the family along.
Upgraded to a nice suite (Platinum Premier member) and overall pleased with room. Conceirge lounge was so-so, definately not as nice as most US marriotts. One hot offering at dinner, and powered eggs and packet oatmeal for breakfast. VERY sparse offerings.
One point that needs to be stated-RollAway beds cost $15/night. Over 200 nights a year at Marriotts and NEVER hear of this unless it is a stay at a "resort", of which Penn Square is NOT! They need to get over it, and stop nickel/diming customers paying 30% more then EVERY other local hotel for a bed!!!
Due to this, will only return if attending a conference at the attached conference center.
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- In the heart of historic downtown Lancaster, the integrated Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square and Lancaster County Convention Center offers approachable grandeur and all the amenities discerning visitors expect. An exquisite combination of old and new architectural elements includes a 19th-Century Beaux Arts façade and breathtaking lobby with a city-block view down a magnificent interior street. All 299 luxurious guestrooms offer fantastic views, 37-inch LCD flat screen TVs, granite countertops, and deluxe pillow-top bedding. ... more less
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