Want to experience rock-star treatment without leaving Lancaster County? Now you can at Hotel Rock Lititz.
Located on the Rock Lititz campus, the hotel – which opened November 18 to the public – totals 92,000 square feet and includes 139 guestrooms (81 deluxe king rooms, 40 deluxe double queen rooms, 16 king suites and two luxury penthouse suites with private elevator access).
Once you’ve arrived at the main entrance, guests will notice the vast lobby space (2,840 square feet). Towering above and behind the reception desk is a wall of vintage speakers from Clair Brothers.
Beyond the desk, one will automatically notice the moving sphere art traveling up and down two large windows that look out onto the patio. Surrounded by original concert posters ranging from Fleetwood Mac and Neil Young to Lady Gaga, guests will also enjoy a pool table, shuffle board, a lounging area and social spaces.
Guests can also enjoy the hotel’s restaurant Per Diem, which is a 110-seat “casual eclectic” restaurant and bar operated by TFB Hospitality, which is owned and operated by brothers Joshua and Jacob Funk who also own and operate Annie Baileys Irish Public House, Gravie Kitchen + Commons – also located on the Rock Lititz campus – and TFB Catering, which also caters to the Rock Lititz Studio.
“We wanted the restaurant to have a similar look and feel to the hotel. … We also offer a small menu with locally sourced items,” says Josh, referring to the 10 to 12 local farms his restaurant works with.
Each floor of the hotel has its own special installation that guests will notice once the elevator doors open. For example, the third floor has a Clair Global speaker collage installation that looks like a sound wave with the number 3 in the middle. The fifth floor has an ATOMIC scenic installation accompanied with lighting by Stray Lighting and Production Services.
Upon entering the gold suite, one will notice an accent wall that has custom wallpaper representing 40 years of shows with more than 1,000 backstage passes. The sliding bathroom doors are made from repurposed road cases, which are used to transport equipment when touring.
If you’re traveling with your entourage, you’ll want to reserve the penthouse suites. Treat yourself like a king or queen of rock-n-roll while staying in either of the beautiful suites, 1,260 and 1,060 square feet, optionally adjoining via 10-foot doors with 12-foot ceilings and farmland views.
The penthouse rooms, including the lobby area, boasts local art from artists such as Alastair Blake Peters, Loryn Spangler-Jones, Bryan Fellenbaum and Erica Milner.
The hotel also offers amenities such as room service, a pool, hot tub, fitness center, event space and more.
For more information and details about Hotel Rock Lititz, visit hotelrocklititz.com.