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Top tips for finding perfect Erie hotel deals

  • If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Erie, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper accommodations in Erie in December and November.
  • Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Erie if you stay on a Tuesday. The opposite is true for, Thursday, which is usually the most expensive day.
  • Book at least 8 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your Erie accommodation.
  • History buffs may want to check out the Erie Maritime Museum, located on Presque Isle Bay in downtown Erie. The museum has several exhibits and galleries about the history and town of Erie. The Courtyard by Marriott Erie Bayfront is just a 10-minute walk from the museum. It’s located on the water, with both an indoor pool and an outdoor infinity pool by the lake.
  • For travelers who want to take in the nightlife of downtown Erie, you’ll find most of the bars and clubs along State Street, between 3rd and 13th Streets. Resolution Nightclub is a popular dance spot, and Sherlock’s is known for live music. Downtown Erie Hotel is a centrally located option just off State Street. Spencer House Bed & Breakfast is another option, located in a Victorian mansion and decorated in a period architecture style.
  • Shoppers in Erie love the Millcreek Mall Complex, a one-story mall with over 100 stores and services, as well as several popular chain restaurants like Cheddars and Buffalo Wild Wings. Two hotels in Erie near Millcreek Mall are Candlewood Suites Erie on Interchange Road and the Homewood Suites by Hilton.
  • For travelers looking for hotels in Erie, PA, on the lake, there are a few options right along Presque Isle Bay. Sheraton Erie Bayfront Hotel puts you right on the bay, and it’s surrounded by water on three sides. The hotel offers a restaurant, indoor pool, hot tub and exercise room. Cobblestone Hotel & Suites on W. Bayfront Parkway is another bayfront hotel in Erie.
  • If you’re looking for hotels near the airport when you have an early or late flight, Comfort Inn Presque Isle and Steelhead Inn are the closest options. They’re both located on Highway 5 less than a mile away from the airport, and offer have free parking and outdoor pools.

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Super 8 by Wyndham Erie/I 906.2/10 ratingout of 110 reviews · $62 avg price/ night
The pillows were awful. Despite booking for three people, we only had one towel in our bathroom. The toilet paper holder was mounted under the sink so you had to twist around awkwardly to reach it. And the toilet was in front of the tub which would have made bathing an infant quite awkward. The hallway on our floor also smelled like ammonia. There was no continental breakfast as advertised, and you had to go to the desk to ask for a to-go bag instead. (We weren’t told this until the morning we checked out.)
Anonymous +30 Aug 2021
La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Erie5.6/10 ratingout of 76 reviews · $68 avg price/ night
Another guest greeted me as I arrived at the desk and told me to go somewhere else unless I had already paid. The desk clerk was gone because he had gone to let a guest into their room because they no way to program the key cards. Thus, every time a guest wanted to enter their room the desk clerk had to let them in. The room: The plastic on the smoke detector had yellowed so much that it had to be well beyond the typical 10 year life span. The air conditioner had been cobbled together with wire mesh and had a thick layer of dust. The box spring on the bed was larger than the mattress, the sheets were a disheveled making me wonder if they were clean. The walls had been damaged in many places and poorly patched and painted over. The bed was comfortable and the bathroom was in better shape than the room.
Anonymous +23 Aug 2021