by Amanda Geronikos
The Sleep Inn & Suites Lancaster County is located in Mountville, Pennsylvania, just outside of Lancaster. A Choice Hotel, it provides a wealth of perks for families, including complimentary Wi-Fi, an indoor swimming pool, complimentary breakfast, free parking and a small fitness center.
Guestrooms are equipped with one queen or two double beds, plus flat-screen TVs. They also have mini-fridges, coffeemakers and microwaves — perfect for preparing snacks and small meals for a day of sightseeing in Lancaster County.
You don’t have to leave the hotel for family-friendly fun, though, considering it’s located adjacent to Lancaster’s Caribbean Indoor Water Park! A small water park that’s especially perfect for young kids, it offers a wading pool, tame waterslides, spray features, dump buckets and the like. Package deals that combine water park admission with hotel accommodations are available, too!
Hotel check-in time is 3 p.m., with check-out at noon daily.
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by Theresa P
This was my second stay at this hotel in about 6 weeks. The first room was a double queen bed room and was extremely small. The second was a king bed room. The beds were comfortable but the bathroom sliding doors are the worst set up I have ever seen in a hotel chain. The pool area was nice. I didn’t realize there was an indoor pool until the second visit. The first we were only there a few hours to sleep. The breakfast was okay but not the best. There was sausage but not hot egg option, only hard boiled or a waffle. It wasn’t the best hotel I’ve stayed at but a good option for the price. I have friends close by so I will probably stay again.
Based on the reviews of this hotel on this site, I was expecting something much better. The room was one of the smallest I’ve stay in during recent years. There was hardly any room to move around. The walls were extremely thin, and I could hear my neighbors as if they were in my own room; I could make out every word of their conversations. The lighting was terrible. There were no overhead light sources, just a few lamps. In the evening, the room was ridiculously dark. There was a reading chair in the room, but there were no light sources next to it, and so it was totally useless for reading. Next, this was the first hotel that I’ve stayed at in many years in which I could not get a Wifi connection. The hotel could not do anything about it except to refer me to some kind of helpline, in which I spent more than 15 minutes on the phone trying to get a connection. The TV didn’t have a teleguide, and the station names were not listed when you went to a channel (just the number). Hence, you had to go through the entire set of channels in order to find shows of interest.
The breakfast room was a disaster. It was overly tiny and compressed. There was too little seating for the number of guests, and you could not move around. You could tell that everyone was totally uncomfortable trying to get their food in this room while trying not to bump into everyone else. There were no hot items, and the only protein source was a hard-boiled egg. I’ve stayed at this chain in other cities, and found this particular hotel to be a total disappointment.