Guests looking for budget accommodation in Erie could consider Quality Inn & Suites Conference Center, which features Subway restaurant. Fairfield Inn Erie Millcreek Mall is a budget choice that will put you within walking distance of many popular places, including Chuck E Cheese's and Tilt.
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Families who are visiting Erie and are interested in staying at a home-like place should consider booking an apartment like Downtown Private & Comfortable Condo next to Erie County Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Spacious Frontier Park Apartment offers cozy B&B-style accommodation, complete with a tennis court and complimentary parking. Business travelers looking for some of the best hotels within a short drive of Lake Erie College-Osteopathic will find Wingate By Wyndham Erie or Springhill Suites By Marriott Erie. Glass House Inn is a cozy resort hotel in Erie for travelers who are looking for facilities like free self-parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a picnic area.
City Guide: Discover the best of Erie
In Erie history knocks at every door.
The city celebrates its bygone days on every corner making Erie a key point around which old-world lifestyle revolves in Pennsylvania. Its historic heritage has transformed the city into a reflection of life as it was centuries ago through its cluster of unique architectural forms and old-town feel.
In Erie history unfolds before your eyes and you should see it for yourself. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Erie to one abundant with luxuries all available on-line. You can check them out with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net.
From its early years Erie was an centre of discord between local tribes. Originally inhabited by native tribes, Erie became of interest to the French, British who forced the locals out. At first, they started with cooperation in commerce, but with the time relations grew strained and led to great ownership issues.
Consequently, the Erie region became a location for bloodshed during the war of 1812 and both British and natives were expelled. The turbulence began to calm down in 1860s when new businesses took a hold onto the city. As soon as Erie started growing in term of fishing, an oil boom hit the city and brought huge money there.
In a few years the railroad arrived and immigrants packed the city from its very center to its edges. Today it is ranked as the fourth most inhabited in Pennsylvania with a population of 103,717 people sustained through exports of fish and livestock.
But Erie is far from being a business-oriented city and instead it boasts of a beautiful natural environment and impressive cultural scene. Actually, its name drives at the beauty of the local lake regarded as the main highlight in the area. This natural wonder in Erie even won the name of the Gem City and in 1972 it was given the All-America City Award.
It means that culture buffs have much to do in Erie on a sightseeing tour. Attractions include;
The Bicentennial Tower, built in 1995 the tower stands high at 100 feet
Erie Wine Country, a place with a number of wineries and wine tasting is available
You can book a hotel in Erie a stone's throw from any of these attractions if you consult our interactive hotel map.