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One Dock Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106 , United States of America – Show map
|King Room - Disability Access|
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Fitness Center, Indoor Pool (all year)
Food & Drink
Bar, Restaurant with Dining Menu
WiFi is available in all areas and costs USD 9.95 per 24 hours.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs USD 35 per day.
Room Service, Vending Machine (drinks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, ATM on site, Concierge Service, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Paid WiFi, Newspapers, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator
From 3:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 17 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
The maximum number of total guests in a room is 4.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
Based on 149 reviews
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Score from 265 reviews Very good
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Score from 708 reviews Very good
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Score from 391 reviews Wonderful
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Score from 226 reviews Very good
the air conditioner kept recycling loudly every 25 minutes when it was 67 degrees outside , there was no reason for that thing to keep doing that and it was quite loud preventing us from a sound sleep
the club, is a great feature of this property, it will be on list of things wanted in a hotel stay
Parking fee was hard to swallow.
Location was great. Able to walk to so much of the touristy things.
The carpet was dirty and the bathroom was extremely cold.
Bad was comfortable
Bathtub was small
The bed was super comfortable. Pool was great too
No food @restaurant @11:30 pm. Weird! Like body wash . Soap is outdated not sanitary!
Bed comfortable and location
The hotel is really nice and it's located in the historical district. Totally awesome resturant too.
The placement of the elevator. There should be another elevator for the convenience of the customers who are on the opposite side of the hotel.
The location. It was very nice and pleasant.
very nice and peaceful
Hallways messy. Third floor very noisy. Cleaning staff rude
Comfort of the room, lobby very nice and homy. Reception and vallets are nice
It was a long walk to get some ice, had to walk to other side of building, go up a floor, then travel to a corner to find the nearest ice machine.
I really liked everything about it. I would certainly go back again if I had the chance or saw a great deal.
Corridors not always clean
The room layout
Clean staff the restaurant
Loud heating system - shut on and off was so loud you'd awake in a panic if you were asleep then this process repeated all night long. Marathon the next day. Place a disaster. And pool had no hot tub.
Can't remember anything I liked because so sleep deprived from the loud heating system. Four of us in the room. Not one person slept!
Poor Wi Fi access Noisy airconditioner
Amenities were lacking compared to my previous stay at the Hyatt Penn's Landing (very close by). The overall stay was very average if not a bit below. It was all the little stuff that finally added up and made our stay less than satisfactory. We had to ask for a mini-fridge in the room (most have them as a basic amenity), the heating system in the room was very very loud when kicking on and off (disturbed our sleep), we found large spider in our room on the first night, and worst of all we had to call housekeeping 3 times to come and clean our room, vacuum, and make the beds. It's one thing for housekeeping NOT due to "green" housekeeping rules but, to leave the floor a mess and the beds unmade for 2 days was unacceptable. Even after we called the 2nd time they still did not come when we asked. We had to twice in one day to ensure they came to clean and vacuum. Additionally, the T.V was terrible quality and didn't work when we first got there. They finally fixed it but the picture was still not clear for all 3 nights we stayed. Also, the phone never worked except to call "0" for the operator. When we wanted to order room service it took 3 times being transferred before they answered. They stopped serving food at 11pm but the front desk gave us NO options for delivery services when we called to find out where in the area we could get food. Overall, not helpful with recommendations. Downstairs, the coffee we ordered in the morning was always cold and the "Starbucks" options lacking- we had to ask to get our beverages reheated in a microwave (only to get lukewarm). Lastly, the Internet was a big problem. Even getting a more expensive room you had to pay an extra $10 per day for "fast" service. Without paying the $10 it was slow and kept kicking you off. If you got the basic room fast Internet was $25.
The location was excellent- in the heart of Society Hill near restaurants and walking to South Street. Had a neighborhood feel hidden away from traffic and highways.
Didn't like conditions of the hallways, common area.
expensive parking, small bathroom
Parking is expensive.
- a little bit expensive - rooms near the pool smells chloride
- decoration ( it makes you feel home) - the pool and gym - the vivid bar with various beers
No hot tub despite the very large pool and a very old heating system -we actually asked twice to change room because of some annoying noise that was coming from the radiators. The tv in our room had only few channels available.
The location is great, in the middle of the Old town on a very quite street, by Penn's Landing and South street (where a lot or restaurants are) and few blocks from downtown Philadelphia. The hotel is a bit old but has a nice layout and the rooms are spacious. A convenient Starbucks is located in the lobby, for those who don't want to purchase the breakfast package.
Have to pay for wifi, short building with no view
Clean, had starbucks and a pool and gym.
Room 4040 had a large gap between the floor and the door. It allowed a glare at night from the hallway light right onto the bed. We ended up having to put a towel down to block the light it was so bad.
The staff was excellent and the facility was beautiful.
I don't like paying for WiFi. It seems really small minded on the part of the hotel. Also, we were underwhelmed by the food options on the concierge floor and actually opted out. But we know the neighborhood, so the hotel's food played a small role.
We stayed at the Sheraton after selling our house in the neighborhood and waiting for our apartment to be available. In fact, we were there on three separate occasions over the course of two months. More space in the room would have been appreciated but otherwise, the room, the bed, etc. were all fine.
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