Sleep Inn & Suites
631A Eisenhower Blvd
Harrisburg, PA 17111
Phone: (717) 564-8888
Fax: (717) 695-7736
631A Eisenhower Blvd, Harrisburg, PA, US, 17111
- Phone: (717) 564-8888
- Fax: (717) 695-7736
Retail haven comes down at the Harrisburg Mall with two levels for stores and boutiques. The 14-screen Great Escape theater is another highlight of the mall along with the Enchanted Forest Play area that has been specially re-created for children. Brands such as Victoria's Secret, Macy's, Aeropostale can be found here. Besides this, eating out options include China Max, Cosmos pizza in addition to the regular Subway and Mac Donald's. They also have a kid's club wherein the member's get invitation to all club events and activities taking place in the mall. In all, Harrisburg Mall benefits not only the shoppers but also provides for recreation for their kids.
"Central Pennsylvania's marquee gaming store," the Adventurer's Guild offers full lines of miniature, role playing, card and board games. It is also host to several leagues and tournaments.
Beautiful wicker and rattan furniture for sunrooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, porches and living rooms from the top manufactures around can be purchased at Wicker East, a family owned furniture store.
Sugar Shack features homemade candies, seasonal candies, sugar-free chocolates and candies. Candy making supplies are also available.
Strites' Orchard offers a large variety of fresh seasonal fruit, vegetables, plants, and baked goods.
The family-owned Davids Furniture & Interiors offers quality furniture, window treatments, accent pieces, and rugs for dining rooms, living rooms, and bedrooms. Interior decorating, consulting, and seminars are also available.
Rainbow Vision provides custom-made stained glass windows and lamps designed with color and beauty. Classes, supplies, and books are available.
A complete line of drums and accessories by such name brands as Yamaha, Sonor and Ludwig can be found at Dale's Drum Shop. Repairs, lessons, and rentals are also available.
A one million square foot complex stands in the form of Strawberry Square, an important landmark in Harrisburg. Many of the boutiques within are exclusive and cater to a certain class of people; names include Michael Boyd, LaFemme Jolie and Dress Barn. Strawberry Square also boasts of numerous eateries such as Sakura Tokyo Expressc, Santa Fe Taco Factory, Gingerbread Ma, so the growling stomachs are taken care of after a long shoppping spree. The Square is truly a delightful mix of retail and commercial complexes in the city of Harrisburg. Besides stores, the Square is home to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and also the Temple University.
Features local, national and international brands. Over 300 varieties of hot sauces, dozens of BBQ's and salsas, condiments spices and fun aprons.
Coldwater Creek, Banana Republic, Damon's Grill, Clarks Shoes, New York and Co., Ann Taylor Loft, Talbots, Macaroni Grill and White House-Black Market are just some of the specialty stores and dining establishments that can be enjoyed at the Shoppes at Susquehanna Marketplace.
Operational since 1860, Broad Street Market is one of the oldest markets in Harrisburg. It's not only a place for buying organic food and meat but there are breakfast and lunches available as well. They also serve organic meals that are appetizing for those who don't prefer the regular sandwich or soup. The market has around 40 odd vendors who sell their produce on most of the other designated days, on Wednesday's however only a limited number of vendors are available. Broad Street Market dining and other amenities are spread across Stone Market Building and Brick Market building. The market also has a number of interesting stores such as a gift shop, vegan store, African clothing etc. The market beckons you with fresh veggies and smoking pies, so do drop in.