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For travelers looking for hotels in Allentown near Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International airport, Best Western Plus Wilkes Barre-Scranton Airport Hotel is a right choice that includes a Jacuzzi, an outdoor heated swimming pool and tubing.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Those looking to spend some time in Hanover district should head to Scottish Allentown Inns And Suites, which is close to Lehigh Valley Laser Tag.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Allentown
For those travelers looking to indulge in a bit of luxury, the 4-star Wingate By Wyndham Allentown comes with free self-parking, an indoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi. Hilton Garden Inn Allentown Bethlehem Airport is a quirky boutique hotel set in Hanover district. If you are used to the comfort and style of chain hotels, pick Rodeway Inn, which is also a 30-minute walk away from Joseph S. Daddona Lake and Terrace.
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If you're looking for a homey place to stay, consider Lehigh Valley Convenient Apartment B&B apartment, situated beside Lehigh & Keystone Valley Model Railroad Museum. Staybridge Suites Allentown Bethlehem Airport and Red Roof Inn Allentown Airport could both be the family hotels that you're looking for close to John Amos Comenius Monument. To stay in a particularly scenic part of Allentown, pick a hotel situated near Pocono Mountains, Kingdom Amusement Park and Dorney Park, such as Holiday Inn Express Allentown North, which is set next to a valley, parks and mountains.
City Guide: Discover the best of Allentown
ALLENTOWN is a spellbinding destination.
Once upon a time William Allen, a colonial statesman of Pennsylvania discovered the area of modern city while hunting in the neighborhood. After this the statesman left for his home charmed with the beauty of his discovery, only to come back again to establish the city of Allentown in 1838.
Allentown will cast its spell on you when you visit this city. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Allentown to luxury offers all are available at Booked.net. Our listings include maps, photos and secure forms on every hotel.
Actually, the city of Allentown originally referred to as Northampton from its founding in 1762. It remained that way until William Allen changed life in tiny Northampton to bustling Allentown. The development was especially fueled by the opening of the Lehigh Canal that transported coal through the valley. Along with heavy coal processing Allentown became a vendor of delicate silk by the 19th century.
The greatest contribution to the economy came from Mack Trucks when the company established production in the area at the turn of the 20thcentury. With this processing, Allentown experienced a heyday that lasted until post-war times. After the WWII businesses declined in Allentown and because of innovative processing in other cities, Allentown's manufacturing industry became useless in 1980s.
But Allentown is not only about business, but offers a real cluster of cultural opportunities along the banks of Lehigh River. Dance companies, theaters, live performances and an abundance of museums pack the city of Allentown transforming it into cultural hub rather than industrial center. The best way to indulge in true Allentown is to go sightseeing.
Soon Allentown experienced a cultural renaissance within its walls, its population rapidly swelled to 107,294 residents and many famous names surfaced there. Among them such public personalities like actress Michaela Conlin, jazz musician Keith Jarrett, and Lauren Weisberger, the author of The Devil Wears Prada.
When traveling to Allentown, keep watch for the famous who may be sharing the city or even your hotel with you. Booked.net can place you in the epicenter of life in Allentown.