The Historic Summit Inn

Nas montanhas, The Historic Summit Inn em Hopwood fica a 15 minutos de carro de Laurel Caverns e de Kentuck Knob. Este hotel para golfistas fica a 14,2 km de Ohiopyle State Park.Sinta-se em casa em um de nossos 94 quartos com ar-condicionado. Wi-Fi de cortesia está disponível para manter você conec...

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Quarto, para não fumantes, banheiro privativo (Two Double Beds)

Máx. 2 adultos e 1 criança


Quarto, para não fumantes, banheiro privativo (King Room)

Máx. 2 adultos e 1 criança

Informações do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 16:00

Saída até: 11:00

Nas montanhas, The Historic Summit Inn em Hopwood fica a 15 minutos de carro de Laurel Caverns e de Kentuck Knob. Este hotel para golfistas fica a 14,2 km de Ohiopyle State Park.Sinta-se em casa em um de nossos 94 quartos com ar-condicionado. Wi-Fi de cortesia está disponível para manter você conectado. Os banheiros apresentam chuveiros. As comodidades incluem telefones e cortinas blackout. Além disso, o serviço de arrumação nos quartos é fornecido mediante solicitação.Saboreie uma deliciosa refeição no Mae's Restaurant ou hospede-se no local e aproveite o serviço de quarto (horário limitado)...

101 Skyline Drive - Hopwood, Pennsylvania - Estados Unidos - 15437

Comodidades do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 16:00

Saída até: 11:00

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  • Bom


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  • Ruim


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  • Negócios


  • Romântica


  • Viagem a sós


  • Família


  • Viagem com amigos


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Interesting historic hotel with nice views and excellent staff.

Avaliou em 2 de outubro de 2022

We stayed here for two nights while visiting nearby Fallingwater. Hands down the most accommodating front desk staff ever! Although the rooms are just ok, it’s a unique and interesting place. The ac was quiet, the beds pretty comfy, but needed more outlets and space. Because there aren’t too many restaurant choices around, we had dinner at the hotel both nights. It was really lovely out on the veranda with beautiful sunsets. The menu itself is limited but we were happy with the salmon and the shrimp scampi. They don’t offer salads or fresh fruit, but there were root vegetables. The doughy dinner rolls are awful and were underbaked. Breakfast, although not included, is very reasonably priced and really good, with enough of a selection. The coffee is Very good - and I am a coffee snob. The four of us would definitely stay here again, despite the not so great, overpriced dinners and just ok rooms. The history behind this hotel is evident everywhere and makes it special. The staff are wonderful, especially at the front desk. Thanks for being so kind and helpful!


Don't think of it as a hotel, think of it as a destination.

Avaliou em 2 de outubro de 2022

The Historic Summit Inn is a great destination on its own. When you step into that Lobby, you can help but be impressed and transported back in time. The views from the Inn are absolutely beautiful and if you have time and the weather allows, plan to spend some time just being at the Inn. We were there when it was late in the season, so the outdoor pool was closed, but I can imagine how lovely it must be swimming out there and being able to look at the view down the mountain. Take the hike to the tree house. The treehouse isn't all that impressive, but it is a nice walk in the trees. And take some time to just site by the big stone fireplace and wind down. You can grab a cocktail in the bar and sit by the fire and life will feel easy and sweet. for a little while anyway. The hotel restaurant (Mae's) was good. Limited menu, so you won't want to eat all meals there, but decent though not inexpensive. The Breakfasts were good. Now the rooms: Well, first off, there is no elevator, so pack with that in mind. If you get help from one of the staff, tip well, because it isn't fun to carry heavy suitcases up 3 or so flights. Next, this is an old hotel, so the rooms will NOT be like new modern hotels. Our room was lovely, and spacious. We had a comfy King bed, decent closet, great view. BUT, the bathroom is small and this is where you really notice that it is an old hotel. The rooms are on the dark side too, so keep that in mind. But if you just know this going in, it won't be a surprise. There is so much good here, that a small bathroom is really not a big deal. I think our room was relatively recently updated, so I am not sure if all the rooms are as updated as ours, but even if not, I am sure they are fine. Feedback for the Inn Keeper: Please find a way to make the lighting a little brighter in the rooms. Brighter Bulbs perhaps or lighter shades? And another shelf in the bathroom would be such a big help. Luckily the window ledge was wide enough I could put some personal items on there, but we stayed for 4 nights, and having some room for medicines, hygiene things and cosmetics would have been a huge help. Your staff was awesome. For the restaurant, It would be great to have a couple of more casual choices, like a burger or sandwich, as we really didn't need large dinners both times we ate there. The first night we had big dinners, but the second time we ate, we really just wanted a burger, or a chicken sandwich, and that wasn't an option. No biggie, as we ended up having another good meal, But Just felt it might be nice to have 1-2 sandwich type options. InnKeeper: Also, there had been a leak in the ceiling at some point in the bathoom. Looks like it might need some attention. I think we were in 219 or 221. We were right on the corner where you come up the 4 short stairs. Final Word, don't stay here for just one night. The area is just beautiful so take time to explore the state park and other places. And plan a couple of nights at least so you can enjoy the hotel. You won't want to leave.


Overnight with a tour group

Avaliou em 17 de setembro de 2022

I stayed here for one night as part of a motorcoach tour to Western PA and the Frank Lloyd Wright homes. Since we were already checked in, all we had to do was get our keys from our tour guide. Luggage was unloaded from the bus and delivered to our doors within 15 - 20 minutes of arrival. I was happy with that, as my room was up a couple short flights of stairs (not terrible by any means). I believe my room was a queen; small but clean and comfortable. The group had dinner in the Edison Ballroom (preselected entrees). Service was prompt and friendly. Everyone said their meals were good (choice of chicken, salmon or pasta). Buffet breakfast the next morning was good; choices were plentiful (hot & cold cereal, eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes, sweet rolls, juice and coffee/tea). The lobby area is lovely, with a big fireplace and seating. Veranda has 2 levels, both with great views. If I have any complaints, it's having to walk down to the lobby level to get ice, and the scarcity of outlets in the room to plug in phone & tablet chargers. But, it's an old hotel, built when we didn't need all those plugs! All in all, I had a pleasant one-night stay.


Beautiful property, poor management and sleep

Avaliou em 10 de setembro de 2022

Avoid! The historic inn common areas are a treat, but don’t stay here. We were specifically promised a quiet room when reserved by phone. Instead we were atop the main party room. Each night of our stay there was an event in the Thomas Edison room with DJs playing until after 10pm. The front desk staff looks dumbfounded when we asked about this at 9pm. They offered us another room at the other end of other hotel, which would have required us to pack up move ourselves and then check out the next morning. So we sucked it up. But after 10pm they were still planning, vibrating the floor of our room with the music. A “Summit King” room was adequate, nothing special. They are more concerned with their party business than guests. The location does not make up for the poor stay experience.


Don’t bother

Avaliou em 10 de setembro de 2022

First room offered was overlooking the busy highway so asked to switch to a quieter room. We were given a room at the back and was offered a chance to look at it first, I wished I had! The room smelt damp and on further investigation there was black mould on the architraves (top and bottom). Cobwebs on the ceiling which looked like they been there awhile. The top of the headboard was filthy and obviously hadn’t been touched for months as was the dusty underside of the table. Chipped wardrobe doors added to the general feel of an either over worked cleaner or a manager who is not checking the rooms upkeep. (See photos) Staff (apart from a young blonde lady who was on both reception and waitressing, who could not have been more helpful, cheerful and welcoming) were miserable and unwelcoming in both bar and restaurant. My 65 year old husband struggled up two flights of stairs with two large suitcases and no help was offered until I asked for a change of room then someone came to assist to take one suitcase down one flight. Food was mediocre. I understand the house is family owned so there is no excuse for all of the above as I presume they are personally manning and overseeing the day to day running of the hotel. If your visiting Fallingwater stay in Uniontown. Any generic hotel there would be better.