Suite Description

The Union Hotel Suite is quite the opposite of what the Union Hotel would have been in 1863. This quaint room decorated with lace curtains, feminine wallpaper and settee and reading chair offers a delicate place to relax. The bedroom with lots of blues and mauves features a queen brass bed and comfortable quilt. The bath has a tub and shower combination.

Suite History

The Union Hotel was established on this site in 1854. Little did the owner, Zephaniah Herbert know that in just a few years this country would be at war. In July 1863, 75,000 confederate soldiers and 97,000 Union soldiers converged on this sleepy little town of Gettysburg. What happened during those three short days changed the course of the war, our nation's history and the town of Gettysburg forever.
During the Battle, this building was used as a hospital, with the basement serving as an operating room. After the war, it took months to get the community back on its feet and Gettysburg was never the same. The hotels were never the same and literally on July 4, 1863, Gettysburg added a new industry in town and that was the tourism business. Many town hotels and taverns began to expand their businesses to accommodate those travelers coming to see our famous battlefield.


  • Free Bottled Water
  • Fresh Ground Coffee from a local coffee shop
  • Signature Breakfast Basket
  • Fine soaps
  • High Speed Wireless Internet
  • Kitchenette with Stove Top, Microwave, and Refrigerator
  • Dinnerware, Flatware, and Cookware
  • Flat Panel TVs
  • Alarm Clock with Docking Station
  • Ironing Board and Iron
  • Hair Dryer
  • A/C with private controls
  • Free On-Site Parking
  • ¬†Help with Travel and Tour Arrangements