A 50-foot lap pool, airport shuttle service and multiple restaurants make the pet-friendly Hilton Scranton Hotel and Conference Center a popular choice among our guests in Scranton. All 175 rooms, some non-smoking, include deluxe bedding, an oversized reading chair with ottoman, cable TV with premium channels and video games, coffeemaker and bathrobes. There are dual-line phones with voicemail and dataports, a desk, ergonomic chair and high-speed internet access. Room service is available, as well as a bistro, restaurant and a pub with weekend live entertainment. There's a 24-hour fitness room, a 24-hour business center, a pool, hot tub and airport shuttle. Garage parking is available. Pets are welcome for a fee. The hotel is three blocks from the Mall at Steamtown in an area of the city with plenty of restaurants and bars. It's less than a mile from the University of Scranton. Steamboat National Historic Site is five minutes away by foot. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport is eight miles from the hotel. This Hilton Hotel in the heart of Scranton offers "comfortable and clean" rooms and "very nice pool and gym facilities" in a "calming atmosphere," say our guests.
In addition to being Green Seal certified and an IACC-approved conference center, this upscale hotel features many other on site amenities for all level of travelers and a convenient location to financial, entertainment, and recreational attractions. Dogs up to 75 pounds are allowed for an additional one time pet fee of $75 per room; $50 is refundable.
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