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About Harbor Inn Philipsburg

  • Parking
  • WiFi available in all areas
  • Pets Allowed
  • Free Internet In Public Areas

Internet access and a location near Penn State University make the Harbor Inn Philipsburg an economical choice for budget-minded Our guests. Rooms at the two-story Harbor Inn Philipsburg are equipped with free high-speed internet. A guest laundry comes in handy, and parking is free.

The Harbor Inn on Route 332 is on the northwestern edge of Philipsburg. Experience the region's natural beauty at Black Moshannon State Park, 11 miles east. For action-packed racing, drive 17 miles to Muddy Run Raceway.

Penn State University is 27 miles from the hotel, and University Park Airport is 25 miles.


Facilities

General General

  • Parking
  • On-site parking
  • No Smoking Rooms/Facilities
  • WiFi available in all areas

Miscellaneous Miscellaneous

  • Air Conditioning
  • Heating

Parking Parking

  • Free Parking

Pets Pets

  • Pets Allowed

Reception services Reception services

  • 24-Hour Front Desk

Services Services

  • Free Internet In Public Areas
  • WiFi
  • Internet services
  • Free Internet Access
  • Free Internet Available
  • WiFi everywhere

Policies


FAQs About Harbor Inn - Philipsburg

What are the Harbor Inn policies for check-in and check-out time? Check-in begins at 14:00 and check-out can be done until 11:00.
What are some popular tourists attractions nearby? Interesting place to explore in close proximity to the Guest accommodation are Ionosphere Research Station, Philipsburg Radio Range Station, Shea Field, State Game Lands Number 100, State Game Lands Number 103, State Game Lands Number 158 and others.
What amenities are offered for guests at this hotel? The Guest accommodation offers Parking, On-site parking, No Smoking Rooms/Facilities, WiFi available in all areas, Air Conditioning.
Does the Harbor Inn - Philipsburg have on-site parking facility? Yes, Parking, On-site parking, Free Parking facility available on-site.
Can we bring pets at the hotel? Yes, Pets Allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.

Guest Score and Reviews


7.5

By: Kevin
Good
2019-11-17

Traveller Type: young couple
  : Convenient to what we was doing.
  : Nothing

2.0

By: Verified Hotel Guest
Poor
2019-12-23

Traveller Type: Traveling as Couple
  : Coffee was available in the lobby for breakfast. That’s about it.
  : Rooms are dirty, smell. Beds are very uncomfortable. Bathroom is gross. No amenities... they did not even have toothbrush or toothpaste at front desk. 1 shampoo for 2 people and 1 bar of soap. Bath towels super small and stink. Very cheap, dirty place.

4.6

By: Anonymous
Disappointing
2019-11-22

Traveller Type: solo traveller
  : Old run down place dark hallways with the possibility of finding a dead body in your room. Definitely over priced

3.3

By: Barbara
Poor
2019-09-12

Traveller Type: group
  : Proximity to state college
  : Check in slow. Rooms dirty and smelled

3.3

By: Seahawk
Poor
2019-09-10

Traveller Type: young couple
  : Nothing
  : Room was dirty. Carpet was torn. Paint peeling off walls. Room smelled of smoke. Beds were uncomfortable. Mattresses were old and no support

4.6

By: Terry
Disappointing
2019-09-09

Traveller Type: young couple

2.5

By: Saymu
Poor
2019-08-24

Traveller Type: family with young children
  : Nope, I did not like the smell of the room!!! The towels had stain on them.
  : Cigarettes scent was very terrible.

4.2

By: Mary
Disappointing
2019-09-18

Traveller Type: family with young children
  : Someone yelled “fire” at 2 AM Everyone up and in hall looking for a fire No fire
  : We only stayed there since State College hotels filled

4.6

By: Mary
Disappointing
2019-09-18

Traveller Type: group
  : Front desk staff was very friendly!
  : The hotel was old and dirty!

4.6

By: Terence
Disappointing
2019-10-14

Traveller Type: solo traveller
  : It was a hotel room
  : The lights in the bathroom was busted. The bathroom door was warped and wouldn't close. The bed frame was bent and being held up by several small blocks that fell apart while sleeping in the bed. Gnats were coming out of the drains.