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Reading Hotels in PA

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Reading is a longtime celebrated destination for your Pennsylvania getaway. This small town is convenient to attractions in Lancaster, Hershey, and Amish Country, making it a great place to stay on your getaway. When you choose a hotel in reading, you will have several options to choose from. Two of the more esteemed options are the Best Western Reading Inn and the Rodeway Inn. Both of these fine hotels provide you with comforts such as a complimentary continental breakfast on-site, as well as internet access, and cabled TV.

Best Western Reading Inn

When you stay at the Best Western Reading Inn, you will enjoy an unassuming suburban setting for your getaway, while still being close to attractions like Shupp's Grove, Stoudt's Brewing Company, and more. Guest rooms have been meticulously appointed with a fridge, a coffeemaker, a microwave, and other home-like comforts. During your stay, you can splash and play in the outdoor pool, or grab a workout in the exercise room. The Best Western Reading presents you all of the comforts of home in a great Reading location.

Rodeway Inn Akron

You can also choose to stay at the Rodeway Inn Akron, just outside of the Reading area. When you stay here, you will be close to the Dutch Wonderland amusement park, the Tanger Outlet Center, the Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, and more. This hotel is the perfect place to relax and unwind on your getaway, giving you a full range of great amenities as well as comfortable accommodations. Each guest room comes adorned with a table and chairs, a coffee maker alongside packets of instant coffees, a phone, and more. You will also have access to the hotel's outdoor pool, sun deck, and business center during your stay.

Reading Area Attractions

While you are in the Reading area, be sure to take some time to explore some of the city's local attractions. The Reading Public Museum was founded in 1904, and today it established and continuously develops a museum that explores local art and culture as well as a sprawling and educational arboretum. Googleworks is also perfectly nestled in the area, and is filled with eloquent artworks from local glass artists. You can take a fascinating tour of local glass art works on the Pennsylvania Glass Trail that runs from the museum through LeHigh Valley.

You will love spending time in Reading on your PA expedition!


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