Good service - we were in the area for a night and were satisfied with the hotel. See full review
Apr 19, 2008
Temp Seasonal Residence
TBA, A little noisy from other guests at time. But, as time invested so far, it depends on... See full review
MaryJo Quality Control Sp
Nov 22, 2013
The Econo Lodge of Reading Pennsylvania features free high speed internet service, complimentary breakfast, and warmly appointed guestrooms. Our Econo Lodge is convenient to all area attractions and business parks, and one of the closest hotels to the VF Factory Outlets, Sovereign Center, and more. Innumerable dining, shopping, and entertainment options are nearby. Come experience our blend of affordability and hospitality today.Pet Accommodation: We only accept small dogs at a nightly fee of 15.00 USD per night. Pet limit: 1 pet/room 20 pounds and under. Must be 21 years or older to reserve a room. Guest must have a valid credit card at time of check in for any incidentals.
No smoking rooms/facilities
No smoking rooms/facilities
Meal plan - continental
Television with cable
AM/FM alarm clock
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Traveled through area on vacation. Very noisy a/c unit added to noise of highway. Made it a nearly sleepless night. Very old building that needs to be replaced. Paint can't cover everything. Toilet never did flush properly.
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Room was not worth half the price we paid through Orbitz.
Review of Econo Lodge Northeast
Would not recommend
Jul 1, 2009
Bugged at Reading Econo Lodge
After driving for over 7 hours we were ready to check in and collapse into bed. The clerk was in the office with our paperwork ready and sent us to our room. When I pulled the bedspread down I was horrified to find bugs and debris all over the
pillows. Needless to say, I would not sleep in a bed covered in bugs! We went back to the office to let the clerk know that we had a problem, and the door was locked and she was nowhere to be found. I tried calling from the room phone and rigging the bell at the office door. It took almost 30 minutes for her to respond to the door bell. She did move us to another room, which did not have cable TV hooked up so she took the cable for the "buggy" room and put it in our new room. She appologized for the "buggy" room.
The next morning we went to the office for the continental breakfast. There were some bagels and cereal available - no decaf coffee, and when I tried to make a cup of tea the pot with plain water in it was cold. There was a machine that had 2 kinds of juice but no fruit or protein offerings. So, no breakfast for us!
We were in Reading to see family and attend a graduation, so we left the hotel and continued on with our plans. We found a nice diner on Rte. 61.
Getting off to such a bad start with the EconoLodge made all the other annoyances more pronounced. The clattering fan of the air conditioner was disruptive to our sleep. The in-room refrigerator (nice to have) made an alarming noise each time the compressor shut off. The guest in the next room had a come-and-go pattern late into the night with multiple departures and arrivals, including loud conversations right outside our unit. The shower pressure was low, but the towels were soft.
If asked, I could not recommend the EconoLodge Northeast in Reading PA to anyone. There are several other hotels in the area, and when we travel to the area again we will seek other lodging.