Pennsylvania's big cities are defi nitely upping the ante with a bumper crop of new hotels (Philadelphia could warrant an entire article alone), but they aren’t the only bastions of cool. It turns out that some of Pennsylvania’s smaller cities and towns are also turning out sleek, modern lodging that could compete with Manhattan or Miami. Read on for a fresh look at some new and old(er) hip havens across the Keystone State.
Lancaster may be the capital city of Pennsylvania Dutch Country, but don’t let the surrounding farms fool you—it packs a serious city-chic punch. From a hotel right smack in the middle of everything to a restaurant with a treehouse to a gigantic complex for sports enthusiasts, Lancaster has something for everyone.
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Sports are all about teamwork. So play for the day at a sports complex and you'll help build a sense of camaraderie among employees or members of groups and organizations. Sports complexes are facilities with courts for basketball, volleyball and tennis, and indoor and outdoor fields for baseball, softball, soccer and more. And many sports complexes host corporate meetings and events. Additionally, these facilities often have conference rooms or spaces that can be converted to accommodate meetings or events.
Do images of flavorless tofu and bean sprouts come to mind when you hear the words “vegetarian food”? As recently as five or 10 years ago, it was difficult for anyone embracing an animal-free diet to find restaurants that would accommodate their tastes and preferences. Things have changed; today’s health conscious diners can enjoy some of the most creative and surprising cooking throughout the entire state. According to Andrea Kyan from Philadelphia’s P. S.