The writer was fortunate enough to live in a more expensive hotel in Manhattan's Times Square, and this time he was once again grateful for the opportunity to live in another hotel in Reading, Pennsylvania. He accompanied his friends to the Continuing Education Symposium, which was held in the largest conference space in Reading, Pennsylvania, which was mentioned on the hotel website and he spent some time doing his own projects during the stay at the hotel. in. During his short stay, he set out to share and comment on the hotel, which is located on Papermill Road in Wyoming, Pennsylvania, just three hours from his home in Staten Island, New York.
When they arrived at the area around 3 pm, the writer noticed that the hotel entrance was very basic in design and looked very business, not spending too much time decorating and decorating the landscape garden in front. It could have turned into a mini garden, but no kind can be found here. But the parking space is very spacious, right in front of the modern building on the 5th floor, the music is making a loud noise from the hidden speakers, and you won't hear it when you step on the stairs. The gateway will call you in as the door opens automatically.
Turn left after the automatic door and you will be taken to an elevator accessible only to the key cardholder [or as a hotel guest]. The staff is usually friendly and helpful. One of the people assigned in a restaurant didn't mind telling the writer and his friends about the hotel's facilities, including the indoor swimming pool, gym, bar and lounge, business center, suitable for those who need help and trading space during the hotel. people.
The writer noticed that in the middle of the night, when he came back from the interesting night scene of Reading, people came to the Crowne Plaza Hotel. They look like they are busy on weekday nights for their local customers, not just those who choose to stay in the hotel. All spaces, including the lobby, restaurant, lounge, nightclub and banquet hall, which are accessible to the front desk, all lead to a very wide area, appealing to the senses and allowing you to imagine many large and important space events happening in Here. In addition, some facilities are only open to guests, including the swimming pool and gym.
The writer and his friend live in rooms that are over 300 square feet in size and feature a queen size bed. In the room, a flat-screen TV with cable TV, internet access, wireless internet service, iPod console, and a single brewing coffee machine are available to meet your needs. The daily issue of USA Today is also sent to your bedroom every day. For the writer, this is unusual because he mainly reads news online. The water pressure in the bathroom is very weak and it takes a while for the hot water to come out. Two large paintings hang on the wall with beautiful flowers such as wool flowers, one of which hangs on the wall of the headboard. When the curtains are on the back of the third floor, the view of the curtains is not very interesting. You can see the tarred roof above the lobby and the spacious meeting space. The bottom floor of the building. However, if you open your eyes and see what else is there, you will see the hilly part of Reading and other areas that provide sections of the highway, nearby Home Depot stores, Pier Imports stores and other nearby buildings. . You'll notice that the skyline is dominated by horizontally-expanding low-rise buildings, and their appearance is that they will be refurbished for other uses whenever they have the right timing and opportunity.
You will have the opportunity to visit many local branches of retail stores and hotel chains, which seems typical in this urban area. You may have the opportunity to see interesting sights, including the location of the Berkshire Knitting Factory, once the world's largest hosiery factory. The outlet store is now located in the complex where the hotel is located. If you have a car, you will get more help on a short trip to other parts of Reading. Crowne Plaza Reading is a great place to start a small adventure in this part of central Pennsylvania.