Reading, Pennsylvania wasn’t always known as a poor city. Back in 1842 when the Reading Company formed, the railroad connected Philadelphia, using her ports and markets, to Reading, PA, utilizing coal. Although the railroad went bankrupt in 1971, visitors still flock to see Monopoly’s star railroad and various historical attractions. Today, finding a cheap hotel in Reading is easy. Just north of Reading center, the Econo Lodge Northeast
has rooms priced at only $53 per night. This hotel near First Energy Stadium welcomes pets, has complimentary breakfast, and provides free Wi-Fi. Many Reading hotels have a discounted price.