|""Great location, friendly helpful staff""||(in 72 reviews)|
|"Very comfortable room with friendly staff."||(in 83 reviews)|
|"The room and food was great."||(in 37 reviews)|
|"The parking was a total mess."||(in 17 reviews)|
|""Harry Packer Mansion is right next door, and was beautiful to see""||(in 3 reviews)|
|"We would have come out ahead just going across the street somewhere."||(in 3 reviews)|
|room was clean||in 156 reviews|
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|old hotel||in 112 reviews|
|hotel and restaurant||in 101 reviews|
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|parking was horrible||in 64 reviews|
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|chip cookies||in 15 reviews|
|well maintained||in 12 reviews|
|bike shed||in 5 reviews|
The staff, especially Jim at the front desk, was so friendly and helpful. The room and the balconies are very nice and the location is perfect nestled in with all the quaint shops. We went to concert at Penn's Peak and appreciated the short drive back to the Inn.
Their parking is limited and we had to find a spot on the street part of our stay.
The hotel is centrally located in that part of Jim Thorpe. Although the building is old it is well maintained and has been modernized. The bed was comfortable. The adjoining restaurant had good food.
One problem is the lack of grade level access to the lobby and elevator. Bags have to be hand carried up steps and there is no help. We were told there was grade level access from a narrow alley behind the hotel. The hotel has three small parking lots. We lucked out when we were turning around in one of the full lots and noticed someone else leaving.
In Pennsylvania, travelers will found a quaint and historic town called Jim Thorpe. This town is known for its beauty and its history. Tourists love coming here to get a fill of history that they never knew. One of the most historic places here is the Inn at Jim Thorpe. This inn was built in 1849 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is in the historic district and that is one of the major reasons that guests choose to stay here.
The rooms of the inn are located in three different buildings: 24 Broadway, 55 Broadway, and 44 West Broadway. The amenities and features are all similar in each room, but they all look very different. If guests are looking for a specific feature, it is best for them to talk to the staff about that when booking their room.
The rooms include flat screen televisions, air conditioning, coffee maker, Victorian décor, mini fridge, microwave, iron, USB charging ports, Wi-Fi, and luxurious linens. The hotel features a business center, spa, ping pong games, ice and vending machines.
There is a lot to see here and guests can take a break from it all and dine at the Broadway Grille & Pub, which is located on-site at the Inn at Jim Thorpe.
Guests will see just how much history there is here and will truly enjoy their stay. The staff is very friendly and can answer any questions that guests have before they book their room and during their stay.
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The Inn at Jim Thorpe is located at 24 Broadway, 1.5 km from the centre of Jim Thorpe. St. Mark's Episcopal Church is the closest landmark to The Inn at Jim Thorpe.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at The Inn at Jim Thorpe.
Yes, The Inn at Jim Thorpe offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, The Inn at Jim Thorpe offers free parking.
No, The Inn at Jim Thorpe does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Inn at Jim Thorpe is 34.7 km from Allentown Allentown-Bethlehem. The Inn at Jim Thorpe is 52.8 km from Wilkes-Barre Scranton.
No, The Inn at Jim Thorpe does not have a pool on-site.