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Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
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1201 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19107
1201 Market StreetUSPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia19107
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Discover intuitively appointed guest rooms and suites and an incomparable city center location at one of the premier hotels in Philadelphia, PA while staying at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown.
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Polished property with modern American dining & a Starbucks, plus an indoor pool & a fitness center.- Google
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Olivia Wilkin
a month ago
Great location for downtown attractions. Drop off/pick up area is always busy - be ready to wait. Check in smooth for busy time. Room on 10th floor seemed fairly modern and refreshed. Was clean but some details were missing - like slippery tub from previous guests. Little noisy sometimes due to size. Beds, pillows were comfy. Starbucks is lobby is so nice to have. Nothing fancy but solid, clean environment.
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Teresa Massey
2 weeks ago
The hotel was very clean and all of the hotel staff was magnificent!!! I was there for a three-day conference for my agency. While the conference was boring the very friendly staff made my stay bearable. I wish to send a special thanks to the lovely lady who found and returned my glasses I accidently left behind in my room. It is my wish that she receives a special acknowledgment from the Marriott!!!!
J Heim
2 months ago
HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE!!! STAY AWAY. Our car was damaged during our stay by Marriott's valet parking service. When I brought it to their attention, they failed to take responsibilty for their negligence. They gave me the run around and could not be bothered addressing the damage they caused forcing me to seek legal advice. The Philadelphia Marriott Downtown and their management does not care about the property of its patrons. Not worth staying there with so many other options available.
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HouAndLee LiHueiAndWenYu
4 months ago
Great Location, Spacious Room, Updated Amenities and Wonderful Staff Stephanie checked us in early around noon time with a great smile. She was professional and gave us a room on the 20th floor overlooking part of the City Hall and the statue of the city founder William Penn. The room was spacious with nice décor and many updated amenities. Free bottles of water and a fridge in room was a nice touch. In room Wi-Fi charges extra but it’s free in the public area. There are plenty of seats in the grand lobby. Indoor swimming pool and fitness center are on the 7th floor. We did not get a chance to use them, maybe next time. This downtown Marriott has more than 1300 rooms and so many events going on day and night but our room was still nice and quiet. The two double beds were comfy and we had very good quality of sleep during our stay except for one incident: At around midnight the fire alarm went off and the in room broadcasting system officially asked everyone to leave the room and walked down through emergency exit. It turned out just a scare even though with the fire trucks and the firefighters came and given that it was such a huge hotel, the whole process was quite in order and we were just glad that nothing happened and went back up to catch up with our sleep. The location is central right next to Reading Terminal Market and City Hall. You can walk to many attractions easily like Chinatown, Love Park, Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Old town...etc. Overall, it is a great hotel to stay touring this beautiful city-Philadelphia. Stayed September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Northside Collaborative
2 weeks ago
While most of my visit was great, the front desk staff I encountered upon arrival was not so great. She was having a conversation about phlegm with her coworker, and there were no other guests in sight. She felt the need to finish with the phlegm conversation before turning her attention to me. I told her I wanted to check in and she said, "You're early. You may want to see about checking your bags with the concierge." When I went to the concierge, the gentleman on duty asked me, "Why didn't they give you and early check-in?" When I went back to the front desk after a brief foray to the pharmacy, I encountered someone much more customer service oriented who immediately checked me in. One bad apple.
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Jonathan Brown
4 months ago
Very nice hotel in downtown Philadelphia. The hotel was very clean & well appointed, rooms were comfortable and the staff is great. The hotel is also in a great location, with easy walking access to many restaurants and local attractions. Their is a really cool covered market with great local restaurants and markets right across the street.
Rather Remain Anonymous
2 months ago
BED BUGS!!! What a nightmare. This was the most horrifying experience of our lives. Disgusting and repulsive bed bugs all throughout. The Marriott had no options for us other than changing the sheets. Are you kidding me? We had no option but to check ourselves into another hotel on our own accord. The Marriott apologized for our inconvenience but seemed to only be interested in ushering us out so as to not make the fact that they are infested with bed bugs public to other guests. After the fact they denied the whole thing ever happened as if we were crazy. Their own housekeeping staff confirmed the bed bugs when they offered to change our bedding and said it was an epidemic but did not want to lose their jobs. We consulted with a professional exterminator in fear of contaminating our own home. We had to have all our belongings laundered professionally when we returned home at our own expense so as to not infest our own home. We discarded all non essential items. What a disaster. The Philadelphia Marriott Downtown general manager, Robert Allen, does not even have the descency to return our call.
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Peter Dell
4 months ago
OK room, but had to pay $48 per day for parking ($96 for two nights I was there). When I checked-in they told me to call when I was ready to check out and they would bring my car up. The day I left (Saturday), I called down, but they said I'd have to just come down. When I arrived in the lobby, it was full of guests waiting to leave because they didn't have enough employees to bring cars up. It took 40 minutes until my car arrived. I guess this was the first time the Philadelphia Marriott ever had multiple guests check-out on a Saturday morning.
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