Lancaster PA: 5 Properties Found

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Hammock Hotel – Lancaster PA

Hammock Hotel – Lancaster PA

Lancaster Area Hotel - Near Lancaster, Spooky Nook, Hershey, Harrisburg & Dutch Wonderland

At a Glance

friendly, modern hotel in Lancaster, Pennsylvania (Lancaster County).

At the Hammock Hotel Central Lancaster, enjoy spacious accommodations and award-winning service minutes from Downtown Lancaster and scenic Amish countryside. Also, We offer a modern lobby, business center and free high-speed WiFi for your convenience. And also, Begin your morning with complimentary Coffee, Tea, or Juice and breakfast at the DayBreak Breakfast Bar, then treat yourself to a signature cocktail at our bar area after work. Stay Fit or go for a run in our 24-hour fitness center; we are also pleased to offer an outdoor pool and banquet facilities.  And, Family & Leisure travelers will find our location ideal for visiting Dutch Wonderland, Spooky Nook Sports Complex, Downtown Lancaster, shopping, golf, and the many Central PA attractions. Corporate travelers will appreciate our hotel’s close proximity to local businesses like the General Hospital, Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology, Day & Zimmerman, and Armstrong. Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences and Franklin & Marshall College are also only a few miles away. Find upscale shopping at Rockvale and Tanger Outlets, or catch a show at Sight & Sound Theatre or historic Fulton Opera House. Whether for work or play, we look forward to providing you with a stay that is comfortable with all that you need.
Enjoy great in-room amenities during your stay with us at our Lancaster hotel. We offer free high-speed internet access, ideal for keeping in touch with friends and planning your stay. Prop your laptop on our handy lap desk and type away while you watch TV, or simply listen to your favorite music by pressing one of the preset buttons on your room’s alarm clock. When you’re ready for some rest, unwind on our comfiest amenity yet, our clean and fresh Pillowtop bed. Discover a new standard for hotels in Lancaster, PA when you stay at the Hammock Hotel Central Lancaster.

About the Hotel

Hotel Facts

  • Located in historic Lancaster, PA
  • Also, Close to York, Hershey, and Harrisburg
  • In the heart of Amish Dutch Country
  • 148 spacious guest rooms and suites with accessible rooms available
  • Fully equipped business center with meeting space
  • Fitness center with outdoor pool
  • Columbus 1492 Fusion Restaurant – On-Site Restaurant

Included in Every Stay 

  • Free parking during the entire stay
  • Free hot breakfast featuring Waffles
  • Clean and fresh Pillowtop bed
  • Free high-speed internet access in every room
  • Gym/fitness center use

Your Place to Relax… in Lancaster PA

ABOUT LANCASTER PA:
Originally called Hickory Town, the city was renamed after the English city of Lancaster by native John Wright. Its symbol, the red rose, is from the House of Lancaster.

During the American Revolution, Lancaster was the capital of the United States for one day at the Court House (built 1739, destroyed by fire 1784 and rebuilt before relocating to current Lancaster County Courthouse in 1852; site now Soldiers & Sailors Monument at Penn Square c 1874), on September 27, 1777, after the Continental Congress fled Philadelphia, which had been captured by the British. The revolutionary government then moved still farther away to York, Pennsylvania.

In addition to Lancaster’s boutiques, vintage shops, and art galleries (Gallery Row), Park City Center is the largest enclosed shopping center in South Central Pennsylvania. The mall includes more than 150 stores and is anchored by Boscov’s, JCPenney, and Kohl’s. Park City opened in September 1971.

Built in 1889, the Lancaster Central Market is the oldest continuously operated farmers market in the United States, and many tourists come to purchase the handmade Amish goods that are not commonly found elsewhere. Lancaster is best known for being the hub of Pennsylvania’s Amish Country. 

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