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Residence Inn Philadelphia Center City
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1 E Penn Square Philadelphia, PA 19107
1 East Penn SquareUSPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia19107
Extended Stay Hotel

The Residence Inn Philadelphia Center City hotel is just steps away from Historic City Hall, the Reading Terminal Market, and Restaurant Row. Use One East Penn Square. Philadelphia, PA 19107 for GPS directions.

Key Amenities
  • Extended stay
  • High-speed Internet
  • Free high speed Internet
  • Free breakfast
  • Fitness center
  • Business center
  • Kitchen/kitchenette
  • Plug In Panel
  • Pet friendly
  • Parking
  • Meeting event space
  • Certified Meeting Planner
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Modern extended-stay hotel with fully equipped kitchens, plus free WiFi & hot breakfast.- Google
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M Hurley
a month ago
Definitely sub-par for a Marriott. Everything is old and broken. Many reviews here discussed bed bugs. I didn't have any bed bug issues but I was concerned there was no covers protecting the mattresses, just sheets. Bedbugs could move in at any time. I noticed a stain on my sheets. It didn't bother me because it wasn't on the part I was sleeping on but it stayed there for multiple days which means they never changed the sheets! I'm also fairly confident that they were taking the towels I left on the bathroom floor and putting them back on the racks instead of changing them. On the plus side the staff was very friendly but for the money I would never stay here again
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Craig Jensen
5 months ago
We stayed at this Residence Inn last weekend (April 17th & 18th) and were upgraded to one of the converted rooms on the 26th floor. You have to take an elevator up to the 25th floor and then a separate one to the 26th, but that's a minor inconvenience at most. The 26th floor apparently used to be a penthouse, but they remodeled it to include a few rooms that don't include stoves, but still have a refrigerator and microwave. We weren't doing any cooking, so that was not a negative for us. The room had great high ceilings and an awesome view of downtown Philadelphia. We had a king size bed, which was fairly comfortable, but the pillows were awful and we requested feather instead. That made a huge difference and I recommend anyone staying do the same. They brought them up to us within 5 minutes of our request. Our only complaints were with the bathroom and the air conditioning. In regards to the bathroom, the tile work was well done and sink was modern. The toilet didn't have a lid, which was a little odd, but not a huge issue. The baseboard heater was on for some reason when we got to the room and had no way to turn it off, so we had maintenance take care of that. It was far too warm outside to still be running a heater. Our biggest complaint was with the shower. For such a modern design, the shower head was tiny and under-powered. It also had some of the most intermittent hot water I've ever experienced in a hotel. It took almost five minutes to get luke warm water and then in the middle of the shower, would switch to scalding hot water and then back again. This definitely needs to be addressed so that someone, especially a child, isn't burned. The air conditioner issue was more of a personal preference problem than anything else. It was relatively mild weather in Philadelphia and we couldn't get the air conditioner to go below 65 degrees. I've seen the same in many hotels, but find that to be ridiculous. A quick Google search clued me in on how to override it and that solved the issue. Overall, a nice hotel with modern amenities that need some tweaking.
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Whitney Redding
9 months ago
I came for a week long conference and thoroughly enjoyed my stay! The staff were always friendly and gave great recommendation on places to eat and drink - and helped me find a place that serves beer on nitro! My room was always clean. The extended stay functionality was great. Breakfast was impressive! And they even were kind enough to mail me something I forgot in my room after I left!
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Chanel B.
a year ago
I enjoyed my stay here over a weekend I came to attend the Pour the Core festival the staff was friendly, the lounge area was cozy and breakfast was delicious. The room was very spacious equipped with a mini kitchenette, flat screen TVs, refrigerator etc. I would definitely recommend and come back here.
Nathalie harden
4 months ago
Lovely service and hospitality. Kelly at the front desk is friendly and accommodating. Everyone who works in the hotel industry should take some lessons from her ... Very professional yet warm and approachable. Kudos Kelly! Janet the housekeeper on the 18th floor is a real gem who was also very friendly and accommodating. A nice lady and hard worker. Overall a lovely hotel with great personnel. It's also very quiet ... No street noise or hall noise. Will definitely stay here again.
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Sarah-mm Mm
2 months ago
the worst hotel ever. The beds are full of bedbugs. I have bites all over my body. AVOID IT.
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Vince Marano
a year ago
Stayed for a weekend to see a concert and enjoy the city. Check in was easy and rooms were good, although might be time for some renovations. Breakfast was great and there are a few places nearby for lunch dinner. My only complaint was car valet, returned from a concert and waited 45 minutes for valet and nothing. Staff at front desk were helpful and ended up taking the car key and finally had somebody take care of the car. All in all a good experience
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Alpesh Mistry
a year ago
Hotel is really at great location but par below to residency inn standard. Guest room amenities are very old. Look like Hotel did not have renovation done since its inception. I have stayed in may residency inn and this was worst.


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