Country Inn and Suites in Hagerstown, Maryland has a great location. It is just a mile from I-81 and there are restaurants and Valley Mall all located within walking distance. I chose it for this great location.
The lobby is very welcoming with the great stairway that you can take to the second floor. It makes it look more like a mansion than a hotel. There is of course an elevator so you don’t need to use the stairs but when you come down to breakfast it is the shortest route.
Speaking of the breakfast room, it is spacious and bright and with the good weather, it spills over into an exterior area.
The pool and spa is under construction at the moment so we were not able to use it but it is a large area and I look forward to using it the next time we stay in the area.
We had a king room which is quite spacious and has lots of amenities including a mini fridge, microwave, coffee maker and that is just in the room. The closet has a safe and ironing board and iron.
The HD TV offers a good selection of channels. Unfortunately when we were here, none of the local channels were coming in which was very disappointing but not the norm. The desk staff was absolutely no help when I called them.
The desk is a good size and has a very comfortable chair. The room has an additional chair if you like sitting to watch TV.
The bathroom is typical, granite countertop, tub and shower combo but this one is a nice deep tub that really did invite taking a bath. The towels are plush and there were three large ones.
The bed was very comfortable but I have to admit I am not an admirer of what I call shiny bed spreads and this one fell into that category. Plenty of pillows were provided and the sheets were crisp and white.
A business center with a computer and printer are just off the lobby and coffee and hot water is available 24/7 along with apples and cookies.
Breakfast is included and is a generous spread. Whether you want a hot breakfast of scrambled eggs, potatoes and sausage or make your own waffles or a continental, there will be plenty of choices. Four kinds of juice, cold cereal, yogurt and plenty of carb choices, lemon and poppy seed muffins, English muffins, Danish, two kinds of bagels, three types of toast. A fruit salad and then fresh whole fruit was also available and of course coffee.
I am getting to be quite a fan of the Country Inns and Suites.