Days Inn Breezewood

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Brighten Your Stay in Breezewood

Off I-70 and Pennsylvania Turnpike near the Flight 93 National Memorial

Welcome to our Days Inn Breezewood hotel, located less than a mile from the Pennsylvania Turnpike, which you can take east toward Harrisburg and Philadelphia, or west toward Pittsburgh. We’re also just a short drive from the Flight 93 National Memorial, a humbling monument in Stoystown. Our hotel offers an easy drive down I-70 to Baltimore, and a straight shot up I-99 will get you to State College, PA—the home of Penn State University.

Fresh Amenities

Energize your day with free breakfast, free WiFi, and an outdoor pool

Start your mornings with free breakfast featuring scrambled eggs, bacon and sausage, biscuits, bagels, muffins, cereal, oatmeal, fresh fruit, and more. Free WiFi lets you plan your day ahead of time and stay connected with friends and family. Enjoy summertime swims in our seasonal outdoor pool and catch some rays from the sundeck. Each non-smoking guest room includes a flat-screen TV with cable, coffee and tea maker, hairdryer, and ironing facilities. Request a mini-refrigerator and microwave ahead of time, and reserve a pet-friendly room for a small fee.

Out and About

Hike the trails, visit a historic site, or stock up on sports gear

Venture to Buchanan State Forest for scenic hiking and biking trails, or test your limits with a climb at the Thousand Steps hiking area. Juniata River offers plenty of exciting water activities during the spring and summer months, while Shawnee State Park provides awesome fishing and camping around Shawnee Lake. You can also head to Crawford’s Museum for all your favorite jerseys and sports memorabilia—especially if you’re a Pittsburgh football, baseball, or hockey fan.

Map & Directions

16407 Lincoln Hwy, Breezewood, PA, 15533

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Group Bookings

Plan Your Group Travel With Us

Book your wedding party, sports team, or other group travel at our hotel. Submit your request for information about special rates on blocks of rooms.

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