• Meet Kyle Pritchett, The Hotel Hershey

    POSTED April 6, 2016

If you haven’t already read our insightful article interviewing a handful of concierges around the state, check out our latest issue here.

This interview didn’t make it into that article because of timing, but we have so many ways to spread the word! Enjoy!

PAM+E: What is your favorite part about working at The Hotel Hershey? 
KP: It is a beautiful place to work and I love meeting new people.

PAM+E: Pick one piece of knowledge that you have learned over the years about being a concierge?KP: You can’t please everyone, but you need to!

PAM+E: Where are your favorite places to eat?
KP:  The Circular at The Hershey – our flagship restaurant – is my favorite place for breakfast and Harvest is a great location for lunch. Devon Seafood + Steak in downtown Hershey and The Circular are my two favorites for dinner.

PAM+E: What about Hershey is your favorite and why?
KP: Everything in downtown is within walking distance or a short drive – restaurants, Hersheypark, schools, Hershey Theatre and a movie theater.

PAM+E: What is your rainy day recommendation?
KP:  Our indoor pool; Hershey’s Chocolate World Attraction; The Hershey Story, the Museum on Chocolate Avenue; and the Tanger Outlets for shopping.

PAM+E: What is your favorite place in Hershey?
KP: My home!

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