Historic Gettysburg - where a nation was saved. In July of 1863, this little known town of 2,400 in South Central Pennsylvania hosted the defining battle of the American Civil War. General Robert E. Lee's Confederate Army of 75,000 men collided with 97,000 men of the Union Army under the direction of General George G. Meade. More men fought and died in the Battle of Gettysburg than in any other battle before or since on North American soil. Today, Gettysburg National Military Park has preserved this epic battle with over 1,000 monuments and cannon along 40 miles of scenic landscape. In addition to this rich Civil War heritage, Historic Gettysburg offers visitors a variety of
scenic beauty, recreation, arts, entertainment, shopping and now...unsurpassed hospitality. Past and present meet at Wyndham Gettysburg.
Opening in September 2006, this stately 248-room hotel will offer never before seen levels of quality and service to the Gettysburg area. The Wyndham Gettysburg features 11 suites, two onsite restaurants, executive health club, indoor pool/whirlpool and approximately 16,000 sq. ft. of elegant meeting space. From corporate meetings and retreats to annual conventions, the hotel will host meetings up to 1,200 people. The Presidential Ballroom with its grand chandeliers and stunning beauty can accommodate 600 people for memorable wedding receptions, highlighting the gourmet cuisine of our French trained Executive Chef, Claude Rodier.
Each beautifully appointed guest room will feature: 27" LCD flat screen television; high-speed internet access; cordless speaker phone; a high performance, ergonomic Herman Miller® desk chair; in-room safe; and upgraded mattress with luxury bedding.
Location, location, location... The Wyndham Gettysburg is conveniently located at the intersection of US 15 and US 30 in the Gateway Gettysburg campus providing easy access from major metropolitan areas including: Washington, DC, Baltimore, Harrisburg, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.
Designed with a heightened appreciation of its historic setting, Gateway Gettysburg is a shopping, dining, and entertainment complex located on a pedestrian friendly 100 acre campus. Gateway Theaters 8 will provide movie enthusiasts and Civil War historians with the most technologically advanced digital and sound experience in the United States. Gateway Theaters 8 is the new and exclusive home of "Fields of Freedom", an epic film documentary produced by Greystone Films of the Battle of Gettysburg. Experience the greatest battle of the Civil War as never before. You will witness the ferocity of the battle and the anguish of its aftermath.