Location and proximity to town
Found a pair of socks in my room that weren¿t mine and the bed linens seemed old and like someone had sat on them prior to my arrival.
Best food choices of any hotel stayed at since March of 2020 when Covid-19 became an issue.
No, I was very pleased with the whole experience.
The room was very clean and very modern. We chose a room that was over looking the battlefield which made it better. For location you couldn't ask for anything better in a new hotel.
The hotel was clean with a large room and excellent breakfast. Great location to the battlefield.
Excellent all the way around.
Cleanliness was excellent!
The breakfast room was at the 3rd floor above our room on the 2nd floor and you could hear ALL the footsteps from the ceiling. Woke us up at 630am and the footsteps never stopped.
Close to stuff to do and good amenities on the cheap.
The location provided an easy access to the battlefield visitor center and numerous restaurants and shops. The breakfast staff was extremely friendly and helpful.
Clean and looked new. Very friendly staff.
Family-owned and operated, Best Western® Gettysburg offers comfortable accommodations, an ideal location and warm hospitality for family vacations, business travel, and romantic getaways. This new hotel in Gettysburg, PA invites guests to enjoy an array of amenities, including free full breakfasts overlooking incredible battlefield views, complimentary high-speed Internet and free parking. After a day of sightseeing, unwind in our refreshing indoor pool or break a sweat in our modern fitness facility. Are you traveling on business? You'll appreciate our quiet business services station and event spaces, perfect for executive board meetings, presentations and other meetings. Each spacious, smoke-free room has been designed with the comfort of travelers in mind. Here you can enjoy luxury bedding, single-serve coffee/tea makers, mini-refrigerators and microwaves even in our standard rooms. Deluxe rooms with larger sitting areas and sleeper sofas can also be reserved. Directly adjacent to The Gettysburg Battlefield, our hotel's guests can not only see the location of Pickett's Charge from the hotel's third floor Sky BreakfastTM room but can walk into Gettysburg National Military Park. Explore the museum and join one of their guided tours detailing the battle that would be known as the turning point of the Civil War. As part of the tour, you can also take a moment to honor those in Gettysburg National Cemetery. And if you are traveling at the beginning of July, you can witness the annual Gettysburg Civil War Reenactment that never fails to amaze. The hotel is also conveniently located within walking distance of more than a dozen restaurants, shops and numerous museums. Places like the Eisenhower National Historic Site, the Jennie Wade House and the Shriver House Museum are popular draws. Are you visiting in October? If so, you won't want to miss the annual National Apple Harvest Festival, held the first two weekends in October.