Whether you’re spending your vacation enjoying the city life in Philly or the open wilderness of the Poconos, Pennsylvania is a destination that has it all. It also has plenty of hotels that are an experience in themselves. Check out these top unique hotels in Pennsylvania.
The typical farm life is one of early mornings and heavy workdays. At the Glasbern Inn, though, you can enjoy the atmosphere of the farm with luxury and relaxation with the inn’s exquisite rooms and heavenly spa and resort.
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Take a step back in time (and into the water) when you book your stay at the Fulton Steamboat Inn. This amazing unique hotel is housed in a gorgeous steamboat decorated in Victorian and nautical themes.
Calling all chocoholics! Hotel Hershey is the ultimate stay for anyone who’s visiting Hersheypark, but it has plenty to offer for anyone planning a trip to the Hershey area. The expansive historic hotel has been delivering a great experience since 1933.
Spend your next vacation living like royalty when you book your stay at the Pocono Castle. This 2300-square-foot castle takes full advantage of its location in the Poconos while incorporating plenty of more unique elements like a life-size chess board on the lawn.
What happens to a fire watchtower when it’s retired? In some cases, it becomes a quaint and cozy mountain getaway. That’s the case with the Firetower Chalet in Bloomsburg, which is outfitted for a relaxing stay with unbeatable views.
Philadelphia is a thriving destination for history buffs, and if you’re one for tales of long ago, you’ll love the Morris House Hotel. Built in 1787, this incredible hotel is one of the few National Historic Landmarks where you can lay your head.
If you’re trying to plan a vacation that appeals to both an outdoorsperson and a history lover, you can’t go wrong with the Summit Inn Treehouse. This stunning treehouse gives you all the immersion in nature you could want but it’s also a slice of history, having played a role in the saga of the National Road in the early 1800s.
The name says it all: the Red Caboose Motel truly is a line of cabooses that serve as a comfortable and charming hotel. It consists of 38 individual cabooses along with a baggage car and mail car, making you feel like you’re going on an old-school adventure.
Even most people who aren’t architecture buffs have heard of the legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright. You can book a stay at one of Wright’s epic creations, Duncan House, which has been a picture of art and uniqueness since 1957.
A mere look at the Brownstone Colonial Inn tells you you’re about to walk into a piece of history. This incredible inn dates back to the 18th century and has been lovingly restored as one of Pennsylvania’s most special places to spend a vacation.
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