The hotel is right across from Philly’s gorgeous City Hall. That’s pretty much all I can say for it. The lobby has extremely low ceilings, and feels dark and musty. The second floor bar area is much more what you would expect from a lobby. Our corner room had one of the weirdest layouts I’ve ever seen, with a small kitchenette and living room, tiny sleeping area, and oddly configured bathroom. The room was straight out of 1995, and the furniture showed it. Wifi was fast and free. As for the breakfast, it only is offered til 10a.m. on the weekends, so by the time we got up and down there, we were out of luck. I’ve never seen a hotel where breakfast stops at 10 on the weekend before.
The hotel was very crowded and boisterous, and I could see staying there if you needed a kitchenette for some reason. Otherwise, the Courtyard next door -- which was the same price -- looked much nicer. Other hotels are in the nicer Rittenhouse Square area for the same or less.
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