Looking for a place to stay in Philadelphia? Then look no further than Doubletree by Hilton Philadelphia Center City, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Philadelphia to your doorstep.
Rooms at Double Tree Hotel In Philadelphia offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with wifi.
A 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A pool and breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Doubletree Philadelphia, parking is available.
Nearby landmarks such as One Liberty Observation Deck (0.4 mi) and Rittenhouse Square (0.4 mi) make Doubletree Philadelphia a great place to stay when visiting Philadelphia.
While visiting Philadelphia, you may want to try some shrimp at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Ristorante Pesto, Green Eggs Cafe, or City Tavern.
Looking for something to do in Philadelphia? The Barnes Foundation (1.0 mi), Liberty Bell Center (0.8 mi), and Museum of the American Revolution (1.0 mi) are some popular attractions that are within walking distance of Doubletree By Hilton Philadelphia Center City Hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Doubletree by Hilton Philadelphia Center City as you experience everything Philadelphia has to offer.
It is the right choice for me to stay at the Doubletree. It is located in the heart of the city on the main street of Philly. The location is not far from many attractions. For me, it is within 30 minutes walk to all attractions I wanted to visit (no need for driving), and a couple blocks from the so call night life (restaurants and some bars) of the area. The hotel is clean, staff are helpful, and welcoming. Note: parking is $35/day through the hotel ($45 regular so, if you drive do not forget to tell them. I wish that the hotel provides coffee at the lobby because no food and drinks are offered due to corona virus.
We had a 6 day stay at the Doubletree in Center City. It was the perfect location to walk to all the interests we were there to see. Super friendly staff, super clean beautiful room. We had a corner room and what a view from the 23rd floor!! Great breakfast every am and we were off exploring Philly. Our room was cleaned super great with covid still going on. Felt very safe here and will definitely stay here again in the future!!
The only reason I didn’t give 5 stars is because the hotel does need some upgrades. However the staff at this hotel is amazing. Everyone I encountered there was so friendly and helpful. The front desk staff went above and beyond. For that reason I would stay here again.
The best Hilton chain hotel in Philly for business traveling - I'm there several timea a year. Much cleaner and more updated than the Embassy, and usually the same price or cheaper. Broad St subway station is right next to the hotel for getting to the stadiums in 15 minutes or to city hall for access to the Market subway line or regional rails. Walking distance to many great restaurants as well.
1) I booked through the Hilton app to use the digital key and avoid going to the front desk. This did not work. I received an error message in the app directing that I needed to go to the front desk anyway. 2) The room I reserved was not the room I was given at the front desk. I was given. There was no explanation given as to why my room was changed either. 3) All the doors in the hall had a clean sticker on them except for ours. Very unsettling. 4) I paid for a pure wellness room and was not given one. This wasn't explained to me at the front desk either as to why. I was left to figure it out for myself when I got in the room. 5) I then called the front desk to ask to be put in a room I paid for, the upgraded pure wellness room, and was told there were none available that's why I was put in a standard. This should have been told to me from the beginning - but there was zero communication. 6) I then asked to make sure my bill was adjusted since I paid for the pure wellness room at the time of booking and am now clearly downgraded. I was told that since the rates were higher now, the day of, unless I had photographic proof that a standard room was cheaper at the time I booked. Of course the rates are higher today, it's 5pm on the day of the booking. And what a ridiculous request - to assume that every person takes photos of the rates of the rooms they ARE NOT BOOKING in the event the hotel tries to rip them off?? If I knew I'd be placed in a standard room, I would have just booked that one at the lower price. Anyone would!! Also, the pure wellness rooms are clearly more money than a standard room on any day of the week and at any time. So for the uneducated front desk attendant to deny these charges and accuse me of lying is absolute insanity. This is a clear bait and switch from the Hilton company and a disgusting practice by Hilton. Do they really need my $40 that bad? In addition to this infuriating first 30 minutes at this hotel: A) My husband went to the lobby at 10:30pm for a drink when he was overcome from pepper spray in the air in the lobby. Police everywhere from a violent fight that had broke out just minutes before. It was in his mouth and eyes and nose. There was no barricade or effort made by the hotel at all to stop guests from walking into this. Not even a simple paper note in the elevator. My husband was coughing and eyes were burning for hours afterward. B) The room was FILTHY. Beer bottle caps on the floor, stains everywhere, handle broken off the dresser, ripped bedding, and layers of scum on the desk. This was only some of it. See photos. C) This is not the first incident I've had with a Hilton hotel in Philadelphia - in which we were locked out of our hotel room for hours just standing in the hall waiting for a technician only to be intruded upon by another guest later in the evening when the front desk gave these strangers a key to our room. And finally -after being on the phone with a hilton rep for 30 minutes who also didn't help me and only gave me a "case number" I then get an email two days later telling me that someone from the hotel has said they reached out and rectified this situation?? This is a lie and yet another show of Hilton not caring one bit about guests and only about the money. Spare yourself and stay somewhere else!!…