Stayed here on a Friday night as we made our way to penn state football game. Place was dated and sadly the Covid clean stickers tore up all the doors. Hot coffee in the lobby when we arrived. Staff was friendly and helpful, full breakfast. Beds were comfortable and place was clean. Nothing to complain about here! Nice stay!
The staff were helpful and friendly. The room was clean and bigger than I expected. Had a microwave and mini fridge that worked great. The water pressure was great. The breakfast food was still hot even though I almost missed it. The only complaint I have is that the pool was closed for maintenance and it was 95 degrees outside. I was really disappointed because of that.
Lots of lodging choices in Danville but you can count on this Hampton. Clean, comfortable room and good breakfast (although coffee was tepid). Convenient location just off Rt 80. All good but a bit pricey.
Very enjoyable stay at Hampton Inn in Danville, PA. Clean room, comfortable bed, friendly front desk check in, easy to book, receipt in email when I left. Next time I am in Danville will stay again. Thank you
We made reservations over the phone for a room for ONE night at the Hampton Inn in Danville for Labor Day weekend. The lady making the reservation was nice, but very hard to understand due to an accent. The day we were scheduled to arrive, I phoned the hotel to confirm IF it was OK to do a late check-in as we had decided to drive over to the Point Drive-In (6 miles from hotel) to catch a movie before arriving at the hotel. Gentleman on the phone was also very hard to understand due to a thick accent, but assured me that late check-in would not be a problem. When we arrived, I went to the front desk to check-in. The gentleman from the phone earlier was behind the desk trying to assist another guest. I stood there for around 15 minutes watching this guy fumble through his transaction with the guest. She had been double-billed for her stay and he was trying to assist her in resolving the issue, but it did not seem to be going well. Finally he referred her to corporate and her bank & she left. I was able to successfully check-in and retire to our room. We stayed on the 2nd floor at the end of the hallway near the stairs. There was an elevator should you wish to use it. They provided hand sanitizer by the elevators. The interior hallways were OK but were carpeted and seemed a little dated. Doors ALL looked horrible as it appeared they had peeled stickers off of them which took off part of the finish. Interior of our room was clean and comfortable for the most part. The room had 2 comfortable queen sized beds with plush white comforters, a lounge chair, desk with chair, flat screen TV and charging ports for phones. In room there was a microwave, mini fridge, single cup coffee maker, ironing board/iron, bible and a luggage rack. Room had up-lighting on the far wall that could easily be used as a night light If you prefer some light in the room OR you could turn it off for complete darkness. Restroom was clean and spacious. It was stocked with JUST 3 towels and 3 wash cloths despite us making a reservation for FOUR. WHY? Shampoo and soap was provided. Water pressure was TERRIBLE in the shower and the HOT water RAN OUT quick! It was like running through lukewarm rain drops. This was probably the most frustrating part of our stay. However, our room was quiet and for the most part clean/comfortable. Hotel sits up off the roadway sort of up a hillside, so it is pretty quiet in terms of road noise. The next morning, I went down to the front desk to request more towels since we were only provided 3 despite reserving a party of 4. On my way down, I stopped at the maid cart to request a few more of the Danville post cards that were provided in the welcome packet in the room . Maids had NO clue what I was talking about even though they are the ones who put them in the room. WOW. I proceeded to the front desk. Front desk clerk was missing. I had to search for him. When I did find him, he explained that they usually only stock 3 sets of towels even IF reservations are made for larger parties. REALLY? He also did NOT know where to find the postcards and actually went to ask the lady running the breakfast bar IF she knew where they were. WOW. She did find a few for me. As I was returning to our room, I stopped at an unattended Maid Cart and guess what I found on the cart....postcards. AGAIN, WOW. I was VERY unhappy as I just wasted 15 minutes searching for these postcards to put in our kids scrapbooks. Back at the room, everyone was up and ready for breakfast. Breakfast is INCLUDED FREE of charge with your stay at the Hampton Inn. They offered a make-your-own-waffle bar. Here you could make 4 mini waffles or 1 large Belgian waffle. They offered blueberry waffle or original waffle batter. They also offered scrambled egg patties, sausage patties, blueberry muffins, bagels, toast/bread, mini cinnamon rolls, chocolate muffins, oatmeal, apples, bananas, yogurt & mini boxes of cereal (cheerios, frosted flakes, raisin bran and froot loops). For beverages there were a couple of juices, water and coffee. We had the coffee, which was pretty good. Kids tried the OJ and Apple Juice. They didn't like the OJ since it had pulp in it and said the apple juice was gross. We tried both of the waffle styles and batters. The blueberry was really good. Original waffle was ok. The mini waffle iron was hard to use since the waffles kept sticking, but the kids liked how it made miniature waffles. Chocolate muffins were dry and just not great. Bagel with cream cheese was standard grocery store type bagels. Fruit was good. Scrambled egg was decent. Sausage patty was mediocre at best. I dressed it up with ketchup, but it just didn't seem like the best quality meat. I probably should have passed on it as I ended up with really bad heartburn later on. After breakfast we had planned on checking out the pool area since it opened at 8am. At 8am we went in to find a disgusting spa/hot tub that was roped off/closed. The water in it was a green hue. The pool was cloudy and also had some white scum floating on top of the water. The kids and I decided to pass on the pool as it just seemed unsanitary. We were not comfortable being indoors with the air from the green spa circulating and even more turned off by the water residue in the pool. They do also offer a fitness room, which we went to check out. The fitness room was OK. They had a few treadmills, an elliptical machine, bike and weights/weighted balls. I believe there was a TV, towels and water cooler in there, but no restroom. There was a restroom across the way by the pool though. They did NOT have a true business center or conference room that I saw. Their business center appeared to simply consist of ONE desk in the lobby area with a computer and printer. Another amenity that they offer is the pantry. Here they offer food items for sale should you grow hungry while staying at the hotel. They offered some frozen meals, candy, snacks/chips, ice cream, beverages and some pain relief medications. Overall, our stay at the Hampton Inn in Danville was OK. The room was comfortable and breakfast was decent. Pool area was GROSS. Front desk service lacked, as did the maid's ability to assist guests. Lane leading to the hotel had pot holes in it. I would stay here again IF in the area, but hope they improve the pool area and staff. Note: About a 10 minute drive to Point Drive-in & a 20 minute drive to Knoebels Amuesments.…