Hotel Reviews: Crowne Plaza, Reading, Wyomissing, PA

This writer had the opportunity to stay in one of their more expensive hotels, Tice Square in Manhattan, and this time again he is grateful for the opportunity to stay in one of their hotels in Reading, Pennsylvania again. He was accompanying his friend who & nbsp; participated in a continuing education seminar in Reading & PA hotels & # 39; the largest meeting place the hotel website mentions, and she has had time to work on her projects. at the hotel. Shortly afterwards, he began to prepare and share a review of this hotel, located on Paperman Rice, New York, on the Staten Island, Wyoming.

Upon arriving at the area at approximately 3 pm, this writer noticed that the hotel entrance was very important in design and very much like the business, without much noise spent in front of the decorating and splashing area you expect to see green. in the gardens. It could have been turned into a mini-garden, but there was nothing like it here. But the parking lot is plentiful and set in front of a 5-storey modern-style building, and the music explodes with a loud, hidden talker whose sound you can't hear when you walk down the stairs to the lobby that catches you as the doors open automatically.

Turn left after the automatic doors, and you will be escorted to an elevator accessible only to key holders (or those who are guest guests). The staff are generally friendly and helpful. One of them, who lives in one of the restaurants, does not want this writer and his friend to take a short tour of the hotel amenities that include indoor swimming pool, gym, bar and lounge. , a business center for those in need of help and a space for the transactions they need to participate in while staying at the hotel.

This writer noticed that late in the evening, as he was returning to interesting nightlife reading spots, people were coming and going to Corun Plaza. They seemed to be busy on business nights with their local sponsors and not just those who came from far away who preferred to stay at the hotel. The whole area, including the lobby, which leads comfortably to the front desk, restaurant, lounge, nightclub, and lounge, which opens to a very wide area, appealing to the senses, and will help you visualize the great events happening here. Certain amenities are only available for guests who include a swimming pool and a gym.

This writer and his friend had a room of over 300 square meters and a queen size bed. In the room, cable TV is available for your needs with cable, internet, Wi-Fi, iPod dock and coffee maker. The USA Today Daily Issue is also delivered to your bedroom every day, which was unusual for this writer as he reads news mostly online. The water pressure in the bathroom is weak and the hot water will eventually come out for some time. Two large paintings showing examples of beautiful flowers like pink flowers hang on the wall, one of which hangs on the wall above the head. The view when drawing the drawings was not really interesting, as the room on the back of the third floor and you can just see the high roof above the beach, which is in the lobby and the huge meeting area. on the ground floor of the building. However, if you keep your eyes peeled to see what's in there, you can see views of the Reading and Outside Highlands looking at highways, the nearby Home Depot store, Pier Imports store. and other adjacent buildings. You will notice that the skyline is dominated by mostly high-rise buildings that are horizontally spacious and look like they will soon be rebuilt for other purposes when the time and opportunity comes.

You & # 39; you will have the opportunity to visit a number of local branches of retail stores and restaurants, which seems to be typical of this type of urban area. You will probably be able to see interesting sights, including the location of what was once the world's largest socks maker, the Berkshire Knit Mill. The department stores are now in the complex where the hotel is located. And you will be more than happy to take short trips to other reading sections if you have a car to turn around. Crowne Plaza Reading is a great place to start your mini adventure in downtown Pennsylvania.