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Friday, December 26, 2014

Sleep Inn in State College Pennsylvania

Sleep Inn in State College Pennsylvania
This past Fall we took a road trip up to State College to see some of the beautiful Fall foliage that Pennsylvania has to offer. We have been up to State College many times and love the area. On this particular trip we spent several days at the Sleep Inn while we were there.

The Sleep Inn is located in a nice section of the town/city and is really easy to get to. With that said, if you are trying to book a room for one of the Penn State home games, I suggest you do that many months in advance because it will be hard to secure a room.

This is a smoking and non-smoking hotel, one of the very few left in the area that has smoking rooms. Just putting that out there in case you are looking for those particular accommodations. They have plenty of well-lit parking if you are going in and out of the hotel at night.

The lobby is small but does have plenty of seating. Our check-in process took about 5 minutes and the hotel staff was very courteous and nice. Right off the lobby is a small dining area and then a larger dining room is nearby. They offer a full breakfast with choices such as: cereals, oatmeal, eggs, pancakes, waffles, bagels, doughnuts, fresh fruits, hot beverages, juices and so forth. We really enjoyed the complimentary breakfasts that we had each morning.

Sleep Inn in State College Pennsylvania

Our room was on the 3rd floor and included 2 double sized beds, flat panel TV, desk area with a nice comfortable chair, a small microwave, small refrigerator, closet, in-room safe, telephone and free wifi for using our computer. We thought the room was nicely decorated too!
Sleep Inn in State College Pennsylvania

The bathroom is extremely small. It has a slider door to get in and out with a small toilet and a shower stall. There was no bathtub. The sink & vanity area sits right outside the bathroom door. Even though the bathroom was really small, it was exceptionally clean. No hair, dirt or dust at all.

We enjoyed our stay at the Sleep Inn in State College Pennsylvania and will definitely be using them again when we travel to the area. We found the accommodations to be comfortable and pleasant. The staff was very helpful when we needed directions and information to an area attraction. We give them 8 stars out of 10 stars on our rating scale.

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