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.
Thought I was checking into an old and charming historic hotel. No, just old. And small. Very small. Had to step beside the toilet to close or open bathroom door. The shower was as small as a phone booth. Nothing IN the room is really true to the time period. The walls were painted blah beige. No couch in room. Curtains just there. Room was clean. But yes, all stairs. No elevator. No bellman. Parking around the back. Do not stay here if you can’t do stairs and carry your own luggage long distances and then upstairs. Check ins must walk through the bar. This place needs to call Anthony Malchiorri who is the only person that could honor this hotel’s history but make it a pleasant stay for guests.
The good The staff were all great The hotel and room was immaculate The hotel was a trip to the past Very comfortable beds The bad no elevator and no bell man a bathroom so small i could touch both walls when i extended my arms
Family members are from Honesdale, but none have stayed at the historic hotel. We were looking forward to the experience. But Beware; it is not as advertised in their brochure were a beautiful spacious room has be remodeled. You must LOVE historic hotels to put up with the slanted floors and cheaply "remodeled" rooms. We reserved one of the King Suites rather than a single so we could have an "elegant experience" at the historic hotel, constructed in 1827, when Honesdale was a busy business center for the canal and commercial trains, home of the Stourbridge Lion, to haul coal. The bed was very comfortable but took up almost all the floor space. There was only about 6 inches between the foot of the bed and the wall. The TV and Internet worked well. The room was so quiet that I thought we were the only guests. However, there were several other occupied rooms. The Bistro 1202 is a very good restaurant on the first floor. All the staff of both the hotel and restaurant are delightful and extra helpful. You will want to check out the pictures of our "suite" before booking. Or else, tell them you want the room pictured in their brochure.…
This was quite possibly the worst hotel experience I have had, even when travelling in third world countries! Having to ring the front desk bell and wait 10 minutes, to be checked in, should have been our first clue, if we didn't pick up on the "absolutely no refund, no matter how dire the circumstances," disclaimer, when we reserved. During this 10 minutes, we had to listen to repeated cursing, including a number of "F-bombs," from the staff in the restaurant bar area. There is no elevator, nor is there a bellman, so you have to schlepp your luggage up 2 flights of stairs. The room was tired, not old and quaint and smelled of mothballs. The bathroom tiles were all cracked and crunched, when you stepped on them. The bathroom was so small, that when sitting on the toilet, your knees hit the door. There was no air circulation, at all, so we had to open the window, which had no safety measures and no screen, to air out the room. Upon doing this, we were treated to the language of the staff again, since they had migrated to the patio, for and extensive break. The only redeeming grace was the courteousness and helpfulness of the housekeeping staff, who offered to help carry our bags downstairs, even refusing a gratuity.…
After watching a YouTube video called "The Top 10 Reasons Honesdale is the Best Small Town in the US" by a man named Briggs, we hopped in the car and took a 3 hour road trip from central NJ to Honesdale. So easy and picturesque getting there, as we began our trip the last week of September. I booked the 1 bedroom apartment which is owned by the Hotel Wayne, but not part of the historic side. It's a room over the Wine Room, next door to the Hotel, so don't expect to see antiques and crown molding, which didn't bother us at all. What we needed was a place with a kitchen in order to cook most of our meals. It was absolutely perfect! There was a coffee pot (with filters in the cabinet), plenty of cups, plates, bowls, pots, pans, utensils, pot holders, microwave, frig and freezer and a gas stove. We aren't fans of restaurant food, but prefer to cook most of our own meals, so since we were driving, we packed the car with essentials from home such as eggs from our chickens, vegetables from our garden, and plenty of goat cheese since it's the only dairy I can safely eat. We found several grocery stores not far and bought steaks, bacon and chicken. A gem in the center of Honesdale is Roman's Famous Meat Deli which had all sorts of exotic meats fresh and frozen. We stocked up on Elk meat since I've always heard Joe Rogan talking about how good it is, and we had a freezer in the apartment to keep it frozen until we left. Roman's was an awesome find and the owner and his son were super nice and welcoming!! Anyway, the apartment was perfect for the 2 of us. The bed was comfortable and huge. It would be nice to have a couple coat hooks near the front door so you can hang up your coats when you came inside. It can get sloppy rather quickly with coats laying on the chair or couch. AC in the bedroom as well as the living room was really nice since it was pretty warm when we were there and it needs to be cool at night in order for me to sleep well. Things were very quiet at night, no outside noises despite being right near a traffic light next to a hospital! I moved one of the end tables from the living room into the bathroom because I needed more space to put all the toiletries I brought with us. We were there for 6 days and living chaotically is not healthy for me. The trail entrance to hike up to Irving Cliff is only a block away, and the walk back and forth to town was easy with waterways everywhere! We road the train for 26 miles then came back. Tanner Falls, Prompton Lake and Lake Wallenpaupack were all easy drives away and we were literally the only people around! No bear sightings though.. :( One eagle. We had a fun time visiting Honesdale! It's a beautiful town with super nice people. We would go back in a heartbeat!…