I was booked into the Wayne Hotel by a client, and spent two days there in January, 2014. I found parking out front, and liked the old feel of the hotel, from its spacious lobby to wide hallways. Staff were friendly and courteous. My room, however, didn't feel old--they've been renovating at least the third floor rooms, and mine seemed crisp, modern and new. The room was spacious and quiet. The continental breakfast wasn't the most varied I've ever seen, but there were pastries, bread and bagels, and a variety of cereals to choose from. My only complaint is that there were loud parties downstairs both nights I was there--and it's not the parties themselves that bothered me, but the discovery, on the morning I checked out, that someone had backed out of the parking space next to mine and left a long scratch/gouge in the driver's and rear passenger door—I'm guessing someone who had been whooping it up the night before.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Wayne Hotel, which opened in 1906, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Local entrepreneur Stephen W. Bajus purchased the property over 25 years ago and now, after a complete refurbishment, the hotel has been re-invented to offer accommodations with amenities expected by the modern traveler. Apart from its wonderful new restaurant, the Wayne Hotel offers a private room for dining and meetings, 40 inviting guest rooms including two luxury suites and 14 off-site luxury furnished apartments for longer term stays. ... more less
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