We stayed here for 1 night for my husband's friend's wedding and it was very well priced and conveniently located (right in what I imagine is the heart of Wayne's "downtown" area), but the decor was really confusing. The front porch, lobby, and adjoining bar/restaurant clearly have been renovated recently with a trendy, hip ambiance in mind, but that must be where they blew their renovation budget, because it hasn't quite reached the rooms/hallways yet. At least not the ones that we saw. Our room was comfortable and certainly spacious (with a nice big king-sized bed that we didn't ask for), but the decor was reminiscent of grandma's house. Also, some of the employees seemed a little strange and it took awhile just to get checked in.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Wayne Hotel, which opened in 1906, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Located just 18 miles west of Philadelphia on the affluent Main Line, the hotel is within walking distance to many restaurants, cafes, bars, boutique stores, spas, salons and a movie theater. Following a complete refurbishment, the hotel has been re-invented to offer accommodations with amenities expected by the modern traveler. Apart from a wonderful new restaurant (opening September 2011), the Wayne Hotel offers a private room for dining and meetings, forty inviting guest rooms including two luxury suites and twelve off-site luxury furnished apartments for longer term stays. ... more less