Hotels/Directions

Accommodations

Host Hotel:

DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Hotel Lancaster

2400 Willow Street Pike, Lancaster, PA 17602

(717)-464-2711

http://www.doubletreelancaster.com/

When making a reservation, please state that you are coming for the Santa Gathering. Also, ask for any special needs you might have.
Cost: $139 per night. Double occupancy with taxes. Includes free breakfast.

If any special accommodations are needed such as parking for a motor home, etc., contact Santa Richard Falkevitz.

For those of you not staying at the Host Resort but wish to join us for the breakfast buffet the cost is $11.99 plus tax.

Fairfield Inn & Suites-Lancaster East

When you call 717-295-9100 just mention you are with Santa Gathering and the rate is the same as Double Tree which is  $139.00 plus tax with a free breakfast and WiFi.

Fairfield Inn & Suites – Lancaster East

2270 Lincoln Highway East, Lancaster, PA 17602

Phone: (717) 295-9100 Fax: (717) 295-9101

This location is just across the street from Dutch Wonderland, and only a 15 minute ride to the Host Hotel for the event. Committee members Santa Tom, Paul and Rick will be staying there also. So, please book your room early.

 

Other Lodging

Hotels & Inns:

Country Inn & Suites – Phone: 866 925-7881

Econo Lodge North – Phone: 717 299-6900 No Pets

Knights Inn – Phone: 866 539-4139 Pets: $10/day

Continental Inn – Phone: 717 299-0421

 

Camp Grounds & RV Parks:

www.rvparkreviews.com

http://www.oldmillstreamcampground.com/

Phone: 717 299-2314

http://www.millbridge.com/

Phone: 800 645-2744

http://www.whiteoakcampground.com/

Phone: 717 687-6207

 

Transportation

AMTRAK: www.amtrak.com
AMTRAK has two lines that service the Lancaster area. Check online for the schedules and stops. The Lancaster station is not a full service station but it is serviced by the Red Rose Transit Bus Line. www.redrosetransit.com. The RRT Route #14 transits Route #30 which runs right by the Lancaster Host on its way to Paradise and Kinzer. RRT Route #14 also services the Greyhound Bus Station in Lancaster.
Also check online with Amtrak to see if they have service in your area to Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania Line comes out of Pittsburgh and has stops along the way as it winds around the famous horse shoe curve at Altoona on its way to Lancaster, Philadelphia and New York.
The Keystone Line comes out of New York to Philadelphia and on to Lancaster with stops along the way in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

HARRISBURG INTERNATIONAL
A full service airport has rentals but no shuttle service to the Host which is 30 miles away.

LOCAL
For those who are not attending the group discussions and choose to do some sightseeing check the Red Rose Transit site for free rides as they are supported by the PA Lottery and seniors ride free.