We tried the Holiday Inn and the Lititz House, but they were booked, so we had no choice to stay here. We got the last room, at a rip-off rate of $130 (including taxes). We had luggage and bags, which nobody helped us carry them up the stairs. I understand it's an old building, so they don't have elevators or lifts. We couldn't control the heat in the room. We couldn't figure out how to turn on the TV. There are no phones in the room so we couldn't call downstairs unless we had a cell. Not a lot of hot water in the shower and it takes forever to warm up. The absolute worst part about this stay was that we could here everything going on in the kitchen down below. No exaggeration. The smell of the grill permeated the room. We had to endure it until the door slammed and all the employees went home ten minutes after midnight. The wi-fi didn't work. There weren't enought towels in the room. The only good thing about this room was the the bed was comfortable. The best part about this stay was that we left at 7 a.m. the next morning. And let me add that nobody helped me carry my bags out the door. All I wanted was someone to hold the door open, but they're not even bright enough to figure that out. It's called common courtesy, which they obviously lack.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This comfortable inn is located across the street from the residence of California pioneer John Augustus Sutter, who fled here after losing everything in the Gold Rush. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- General Sutter Hotel Lititz