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Nice facility that shows her age... But then again So did we. The staff was good but the banquet room definitely had a dank moist moldy smell to it. The Hotel rooms were nice but the previous occupant must have been smoking due to the...More
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Response from Erika G, Marketing Coordinator at Heritage Hills Golf Resort & Conference CenterResponded 26 August 2016
We take these concerns very seriously. Thank you for reviewing our hotel and sharing your experience with us. If you have a moment, you may reach out to our Vice President of Facilities, Pat Lehman, to discuss your experience further. We strive to make...More
We stayed at the hotel after booking in my daughter's quinceanera at the Terrace Ballroom. Everything about our event and our overnight stay in the Master Suite was superb!
The hotel is quite lovely with ample seating areas and lovely furnishings and decor.
Response from Erika G, Marketing Coordinator at Heritage Hills Golf Resort & Conference CenterResponded 10 August 2016
We are so glad to hear you enjoyed your time with us! Thank you for taking the time to share your experience. We hope to host you again in the future!
I frequently travel, staying in many hotels, and I have to say this was a very nice place to stay. I was in town for the Keystone State Games and the city of York was booked quite full. Older hotel that has been nicely remodeled....More
No free continental breakfast offered, and not in walking distance to another restaurant. ( not in the best part of town to walk anyway!)
The darkest and dreariest rooms that I've ever stayed in! Even with the curtains opened and lights on, it was difficult...More
Response from Melissa H, Marketing Manager at Heritage Hills Golf Resort & Conference CenterResponded 28 July 2016
Thank you for taking the time to share your review. I'm sorry to hear your experience fell short of your expectations. We take customer feedback very seriously. If you have a chance, would you mind contacting our Vice President of Facilities Pat Lehman to further...More
We only had one night here, but it was excellent. Front desk staff upgraded us and included a breakfast on checking in. Room had a jacuzzi as well as a separate bathroom. Golf course was very good well maintained and good fun. Dinner in the...More
The Harley Davidson factory is about 5 miles north and offers tours. My in-laws are not bikers, but they had a lot of fun. York has a minor league baseball team that plays in the historic downtown (the Articles of... More
The Harley Davidson factory is about 5 miles north and offers tours. My in-laws are not bikers, but they had a lot of fun. York has a minor league baseball team that plays in the historic downtown (the Articles of Confederation were drafted in York, so there are historical markers and buildings from pre-Revolutionary War).
Gettysburg National Park is 35 miles west. Hershey, PA (35 miles north) has an amusement park and chocolate exhibits. Codorus State Park (25 miles southwest) offers all the classic summer fishing/hiking/boating recreations around a big lake. Several museums (e.g. watches/clocks and railroads) are in and around historic Lancaster town (25 miles east).
And yes, Lancaster county has tourist-friendly Amish and Mennonite sites and shopping (produce, dairy, woodworking, antiques, textiles). But if it's summer, I'd recommend just getting lost on back roads to the east and south of Lancaster town. That's the Pennsylvania Dutch land that is so pretty--highways 23, 340, 772, and anything smaller than those. And watch out for horse-drawn buggies on the roads!