Während Ihres Aufenthalts im City Line Hotel in Philadelphia sind Sie im Geschäftsviertel und können Fairmount Park und St. Joseph's University einfach erreichen. Dieses Hotel befindet sich in der Nähe von: Boathouse Row sowie Barnes Foundation.
Fühlen Sie sich in einem der 89 klimatisierten Zimmer wie zu Hause. Ein WLAN-Internetzugang (kostenlos) ist ebenso verfügbar wie Kabelempfang. Badezimmer mit Duschwannen sind vorhanden. Zur Austattung gehören Telefone, mit denen Sie kostenlose Ortsgespräche führen können. Die Zimmer werden täglich gereinigt.
Freizeit, Wellness, Premium-Annehmlichkeiten
WLAN-Internetzugang (kostenlos), Hochzeitsservice und gehören zur Austattung.
Business, weitere Annehmlichkeiten
Zum Angebot für Geschäftsreisende gehören eine rund um die Uhr besetzte Rezeption, mehrsprachiges Personal und Tresorfach an der Rezeption. Wenn Sie eine Veranstaltung in Philadelphia planen, ist dieses Hotel eine gute Wahl, denn zu den 2500 Quadratfuß (232 Quadratmeter) großen Veranstaltungsräumlichkeiten zählen Konferenzräume und Tagungsräume. Vor Ort gibt es Folgendes: Parken ohne Service (kostenlos).
Everything about this hotel was absolutely horrible. The staff was so ignorant and rude. Hotel needed extreme updates. Room was so dirty. Had maintence knocking on our door at 7am telling us to clean someone else's fried chicken trash that was in the hallway. This place is the real life American horror story hotel. This hotel should be closed.
Price last minute on a weekend.
This hotel is a mess. I tried to check in on the phone as we were stuck in traffic and wouldn't be arriving until after midnight. I waited on hold for 15 minutes because they were "changing staff". When we arrive we drive past it twice because it doesn't look like a hotel. There was some ghetto party that was letting out when we arrived and it was like walking into a zoo with people out front yelling profanity and all of them drunk. The parking was blocked by these same folks who were too drunk to get their cars successfully out of the parking lot. The lobby is straight out of the 70's and you get a key fob with the room number on it (nothing screams patron security). The rooms are dull and out dated. No modern emeritus (not even the basics). The shower tiles was proven in several spots. The shower towels were ripped on the edges and frayed. No additional pillows or towels to be found anywhere. Oh and the toilet was clogged when we arrived and glogged again during our stay (not from our doing). In the morning before check out we were awakened by what can only be described as another ghetto room party in the room down the hall. Screaming, yelling and laughing all heard as clear as day from several rooms down the hall. I have received significantly better service for $170 and much cleaner and safer accommodations! Probably could have spent half the money at a bargain chain hotel and felt more taken care of and safer. Save your money if you are looking at this place. It's not worth $50 and you spent three times that bc it's in the city and they jack the rates up on the weekends.
Condom wrappers found on the bed, smells like poop in the room, floors are gross and dirty, found rats, no heat, no tables or chairs, People selling drugs outside, people yelling at night really loud, no working TV..
They didn't even change the bed sheet
I loved that the hotel was cheap and in the greater Philadelphia area.
I didn't like that it was dirty, my TV didn't work, there was no iron or ironing board, no shampoo/conditioner, and it was an old-school key lock which made me feel a bit less safe than typical.