Hilton Scranton & Conference Center

Scranton, PA Hotel
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ChainHilton
Brand
Hilton Hotels
Built2003
Renovated
Total Meeting Space2,500 sq. m
Guest Rooms193
100 Adams Avenue
Scranton, PA 18503

Hilton Scranton & Conference Center

Scranton, PA Hotel
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Ratings

AAA
3
Northstar
4

Amenities

Facilities

  • Onsite Restaurant

Services

  • Business Center

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Whirlpool

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space2,500 sq. m
Meeting Rooms22
Largest Room654 sq. m
Second Largest Room292 sq. m
Exhibit Space800 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms193
Singles (1 Bed)75
Doubles (2 Beds)90
Suites5
Occupancy Rate13%

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Nearby


Local Attractions

Scranton Cultural Center

Recreation
1 mi. away
The Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple is housed in one of the most glorious pieces of architecture to be found in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Originally built as the Masonic Temple and Scottish Rite Cathedral, the building is significant as an example of the work of Raymond M. Hood (1881-1934), a prominent architect of the 1920's and early 1930's, and as a unique example of Neo-Gothic architecture in Scranton. Raymond Hood's productive career spanned from 1922, when he and a collaborator won the Chicago Tribune design competition, to his untimely death at 53 in 1934. Hood became a nationally prominent architect trained in the Beaux Arts tradition and proficient with historic styles. During those 12 years, Hood was the principle designer or primary collaborator in a number of high-profile progressive skyscraper designs, mainly in New York City, where he designed the Daily News Building and the McGraw-Hill Building in mid-town Manhattan, and was part of the team that designed Radio City Music Hall. His best known work being Rockefeller Center.
420 N. Washington Ave.
Scranton, PA, US 18503

Houdini Museum

Museum
3 mi. away
1433 North Main Avenue
Scranton, PA, US 18508

Electric City Trolley Museum

Museum
1 mi. away
The Electric City Trolley Museum is a collaborative effort involving many partners. Together they have created a premier electric railway museum in Scranton, Pennsylvania. In 1887, Scranton was Pennsylvania’s first city with a successful pioneer trolley line and became known as “The Electric City.” The museum collection provides a highly representative picture of the electric railway history of eastern Pennsylvania, from the Philadelphia region to Northeast Pennsylvania. The museum was created by the Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority. Lackawanna County manages the museum day-to-day. The facility itself, located on the Steamtown National Historic Site, is on long-term lease from the National Park Service. The trolleys operate over tracks owned by both Steamtown and the Pennsylvania Northeast Regional Railroad Authority, including a portion of the historic Lackawanna & Wyoming Valley “Laurel Line” third-rail interurban right-of-way.
300 Cliff Street
Scranton, PA, US 18503

Distance from Airport

  • 11.27 km from Venue

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The Hilton Scranton & Conference Center hotel is in the prime location of the Northeast for your Regional Meetings. We are an IACC-approved conference center offering high-speed Internet access - wired and wireless access in all meeting rooms and lobby, and a 24-hour business center. Our Scranton, PA hotel has 22 meeting rooms, including a 75-seat amphitheater and grand ballroom accommodating up to 500 guests. We are a perfect place to host your wedding, reunion or special event. Local companies located near the Hilton Scranton & Conference Center hotel include Paper Magic, Sanofi Pasteur, VaxServe, Bank of America, Cigna, Cinram, Prudential, and Azek® Trimboard. Attractions within walking distance include the Mall at Steamtown, and Steamtown National Historic Site. We are also walking distance from the University of Scranton.

Facility Restrictions

Property features a sister hotel adjacent which offers 50 additional rooms per night for overflow.

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