Welcome to Econo Lodge Hazleton, your Drums “home away from home.” Econo Lodge Hazleton aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Rooms at Econo Lodge Drums provide air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
You can also enjoy breakfast while staying at Econo Lodge Drums. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Drums Econo Lodge.
While visiting Drums, you may want to try some oyster at one of the nearby restaurants, such as The Meating House.
Drums is also home to Nescopeck State Park, a popular state park that is not too far from Econo Lodge Hazleton.
Econo Lodge Hazleton puts the best of Drums at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
I have stayed in better places and worse places. For the money and close to the highway, it was what I needed for the night. I did not have high expectations for a hotel for less than $60. I wish the breakfast had a bit more food.
We booked a room with a king size bed 2 days in advance. Upon arrival, the owner gave us keys for a room with 2 double beds without mentioning anything about a change in room type. When we came back to the reception after visiting our room and asked for a room with a king size bed, the owner said (very unfriendly!) that there was no other room available. The only alternative he offered was that we could get a refund and find another hotel. As this was not a realistic option at 8:30 PM, we decided to stay. We were not the only residents, as there were 2 spiders above the bed. Furthermore, there were hairs on the towels and the water coming out of the tap in the bathroom was brown. We have many good experiences with Choice hotels, but we will never go back here again. Please take this as an advice and look for alternatives!…
Off the beaten track, very quiet and not much around for dining etc. Somewhat run down but clean. Bed was NOT comfortable - I could feel springs sticking up in places and did not get a good nights sleep.
The man that works there is so rude. We tried checking in & gave him two chances to book us a room and leave us alone AFTER he chucked my ID at me. He charged me for a room I never stayed in. I'll be disputing the charge but don't put yourself through the nonsense. He is rude and mean and aggressive. I will never stay at econolodge again. You couldn't pay me to stay there.
We were on a lengthy motorcycle ride and it was getting late in the day when we happened upon this motel. The room cost us $72 for the night. If we'd have taken a look at the room, especially the bathroom, we'd have packed up and checked out right then. The bathroom floor was gross... mold in the corners, stains in the commode, just not clean and the wall covering was pealing away from the dry wall all over the place (I suspect from the excessive moisture due to lack of a vent fan in the bathroom). We were so tired we decided to stay the night anyway and then discovered the bed(s) were as hard as rocks and one of them had sand (or something like sand) in it. The entrance door to the room took super-human strength to open or close and there was no security chain on it. When morning came we didn't even avail ourselves of the free breakfast, we just packed up, checked out and vowed to (ourselves) never return there. To anyone considering staying here for the night I would advise them to take the extra time and find a nicer place. The good points about this motel... well-lit parking, good water pressure in the shower, friendly staff and the TV worked well. I have only stayed in one motel worse than this... in Buena Vista, Virginia.…