Enjoy free daily breakfast and complimentary WiFi in this Hershey hotel just four minutes from downtown
Hotel at a Glance: Red Lion Inn & Suites Hershey
Red Lion Inn & Suites Hershey sits right along Chocolate Avenue, which leads straight to Hersheypark just 3 miles away. Ideally situated between Harrisburg and Hershey, it’s minutes away from a productive business day or a fun-filled day with the family enjoying all the attractions the region offers – Hersheypark, Hersheypark Stadium Concerts, Hershey’s Chocolate World, The Hershey Story, Giant Center, City Island, Indian Echo Caverns, Adventure Sports, Tanger Outlets, National Civil War Museum, and various options for retail shopping and dining. Regardless of needs, they have something for everyone – business or pleasure.
- Stay connected on your trip thanks to free WiFi.
- Wake up to waffles or pancakes at the complimentary hot breakfast buffet.
- Splish splash: Take a refreshing dip in the outdoor pool.
- Rollercoasters: Enjoy the rides and other attractions at the Hersheypark.
Hershey, Pennsylvania: Chocolate Empire with Amusement Parks, Museum, and Tours
Hershey bills itself as “The Sweetest Place on Earth,” a claim that’s hard to dispute considering the whole town smells like chocolate. The confection empire dates back to 1903, when rags-to-riches entrepreneur Milton Hershey founded the area as a company town for his factory workers. These days, the town features candy-themed amusement parks and museums. At Hersheypark®, you can ride 13 roller coasters and float in inner tubes down a lazy river. Next door, the Hershey’s Chocolate World trolley tour takes passengers to Milton Hershey’s boyhood home and the mansion he built across from his factory.
The area has a few sugar-free attractions as well. The recently opened National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg chronicles the war from both the Southern and Northern perspectives. Robert E. Lee’s pocket Bible and Ulysses S. Grant’s sword belt are among its more than 12,000 artifacts. And about 25 miles south of Hershey, the Amish community of Lancaster County is colored by pastoral farmlands, covered bridges, and horse-drawn buggies.