See why so many travellers make Hotel Wayne their hotel of choice when visiting Honesdale. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a quaint setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Rooms at Hotel Wayne offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
An on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Hotel Wayne, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Italian restaurants, including Arthur Ave Italian Deli, Elegante' Restaurant & Pizzeria, and Papa's Primo Pizza, all of which are a short distance from Hotel Wayne.
If you are interested in exploring Honesdale, check out a waterfall, such as Tanner Falls.
At Hotel Wayne, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Honesdale.
We’ve been here a few times. Consistently good. I like the brisket sandwich and the Mac and cheese is really good (ask to skip the scallions). The burgers are a generous size and good quality. I have not had a full dinner but local opinion is they serve a good meal. There have been a number of new small restaurants and pubs in Honesdale. This is one of our first choices. The Wayne Hotel RESTAURANT has much better reviews than the hotel itself. Check reviews before booking.
I had lunch on Dec. 17. I have lived in the area for 30 years. I had the worst meal that I have every had in Honesdale. Very sorry to post this but they have to do better. I will not be returning. Go to another restaurant in town there are others. The service was fine and friendly. I have been there many times but will not be back.
We were given a corner room with large windows and 2 beds. This hotel is old. Being Historic is its only real charm. Beds and bathroom were clean. One of the chairs in our room had a stain on it. I'm not squeamish, but I could see another person being upset about it. The hotel needs a lot of love and care. We ended up at the bar in the evening....a highlight of the hotel! The bartender was awesome! Drinks were good and not overly expensive. I wish we had eaten here, but time did not allow. Breakfast was hard to call continental....Keurig coffee was provided and individually wrapped danish (grocery store kind). For the money, I expected a bit more overall. I think this could be a diamond in the rough. Keep trying!
We knew nothing of this hotel when we booked our reservation. What caught my eye was the Old West look about it. Inside it is a Classic. Checked in at the little window next to the beautiful bar. Up the creaky steps. Warped floors Clean room. Compfy bed. Friendly staff. The owners should give this glorious Historical Hotel a spruce up not a redo
My wife and I often eat in the Wine Room which is part of this establishment. Service is always good and the food is even better. I love their steaks and their fish tacos are the best I have ever eaten.
I get that it's an historic hotel, but this place is just plain old, and not very well maintained. There is no elevator, but we knew that when we booked; our room was on the 2nd floor. The carpeting throughout is gross; the floor in our room was not level (it actually sloped); there is no sink in the bathroom (the sink is in the bedroom and it's tiny); the bathroom is the size of a closet with no room to shut the door if you're sitting on the toilet; there is a sign in the bathroom to not flush the toilet while the shower is on (weird); heat is provided by space heaters. There is a fridge and a microwave tho. Check in/check out was fine and they do have a restaurant on site, but I don't know if they serve breakfast & lunch or only dinner. They do have a bar which was convenient. Surprisingly, the bed was comfortable.…
I got married in Honesdale this past Saturday (9/18). We chose to stay at the Hotel Wayne because it had a bar downstairs. We stuck with our choice despite the fact the hotel was overpriced for what it is and where it’s located, it cannot accommodate handicap people, some people could barely fit into their tiny bathrooms, and at least one of friends had stained sheets, because of the convenience of it having a bar. A couple friends and I stayed Friday night as well and had a great time. The bartender working Friday night was great. We hung out and spent a lot of money, seeing as they’re charging $6.75 for one white claw. Then Saturday comes around and after our wedding is over, everyone goes back to the hotel to drink. And I do mean everyone. I would be very surprised if one single rented room in that hotel was for anyone NOT attending our wedding, plus we brought other guests. We got there around 11, and I was informed by friends before I even made it inside that the bartender (named Lisa) was shutting the bar down and refused to serve anyone, because she had to “be there early to cook the next day”. I also heard she was entirely rude. Was our group rowdy? Sure, we just came from a wedding. But every single person was staying at this hotel or had a DD. Instead, we had a very kind local walk us about 2.5 blocks to a different bar that was open, who had no problem serving anyone in our group. The Hotel Wayne missed out on a LOT of money that night, and so did Lisa. Without the bar willing to be open and serve people, this hotel is NOT worth the almost $150 a night we spent. Also, I’m not sure where Lisa was cooking the next day, because none of us saw anyone around to make breakfast Sunday morning.…
*6:00 reservation for 6 people. * Only a handful of tables occupied *Had to get up and ask for our salad and another round of drinks after 1 hr of waiting. *No meals after almost 2 hours. * Go to the Red School House
(I haven't posted a TripAdvisor review in forever but was inspired to long in after our stay here.) I've seen the Hotel Wayne described as a three-star hotel and this is misleading at best. We stayed in two-star hotels on our Poconos trip that offered far more in the way of amenities and comfort (and were also less expensive). Yes, it's a historic building with some charm, especially in the restaurant. But there are simple fixes that could make this old hotel so much more. On the plus side, the staff was nice and it's a quick walk into Honesdale's Main Street of shops. We stayed in a second floor room that did not look like the photos on the brochure, which I'm assuming are the suites. The queen mattress was so soft and saggy that I woke up every time my husband changed sleeping positions. The high windows faced the street (and the neon Shell station sign) but we couldn't pull the curtains without covering the window A/C unit - something that could easily be fixed with adjustable window treatments/shades. There are no stairs, and there's no sign on the entrance door to the hotel - we took a guess and entered through the restaurant. Breakfast pastries were prepackaged honey buns and such of the Little Debbie variety. The sink was in the bedroom and it made a deep gurgling sound for a few minutes after it was used - but not immediately afterwards. There was no sink stopper so I don't know if there's all manner of things down there or the pipes are just old. I didn't have problems with the hot water in the shower, but the shower stall was so tiny that my elbow knocked the water off twice while I was in there. The room had a rack and some hangers, but no closet or bureau. (No iron/ironing board or hair dryer, although maybe these can be furnished on request.) Calling this a "business hotel" - other than the free wi-fi - is just misguided. I'm guessing that since Honesdale's becoming a trendy destination, the Wayne can get away with charging what it does. And I don't like to leave a negative review, but there was a disconnect between how the Wayne is portrayed and what we experienced, and it bothered me. It was the last night of our trip and I was looking forward to staying in a place with some character - this was disappointing. Calling it a three-star hotel is deceptive.…
We booked through bringfido.com. When we arrived we were given an apartment. It was spacious, clean, and bright. I have no complaints as we were very comfortable here. It was a weekend getaway to a quaint little town.