|""Neat, clean and great staff""||(in 401 reviews)|
|"Great location and very attentive staff!"||(in 569 reviews)|
|"Snacks and drinks provided were wonderful!"||(in 112 reviews)|
|"My room was the worst."||(in 379 reviews)|
|"The hotel was disgusting."||(in 144 reviews)|
|"Female front desk agent was condescending."||(in 28 reviews)|
|great location||in 1,603 reviews|
|room was small||in 1,332 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 882 reviews|
|nice hotel||in 526 reviews|
|water bottle||in 422 reviews|
|nice lobby||in 361 reviews|
|bed was comfortable||in 349 reviews|
|snacks and drinks||in 241 reviews|
|front desk||in 238 reviews|
|free coffee||in 156 reviews|
|happy hour||in 120 reviews|
|free wine||in 118 reviews|
|across the street||in 104 reviews|
|shops and restaurants||in 103 reviews|
|downtown philadelphia||in 61 reviews|
|center city||in 43 reviews|
|club quarters||in 24 reviews|
|rittenhouse square||in 22 reviews|
|bed was uncomfortable||in 12 reviews|
It was ok for the price, the location makes it up for the hotel
The front desk lady, she was rude, didn’t have a clue of client service
the refillable water bottles are very useful.
the comfy chair in the room was worn and old and as other has noted, you can hear street noise even on the 11th floor.
Location / great staff / clean, well-appointed facility / good gym
Kayak review mentions ‘hot tub.’ There is none.
I loved the location. It was right next to great restaurants, bars, shopping.
Not very clean
The complimentary water bottles on our floor and the snacks in the lobby
Room was dirty, looked like it hasn’t been cleaned in weeks. Dust and hair on the charging station, dust in the bathroom, dust in the coffee mugs, and the shower head was disgusting. The shower curtain was wrinkled and looked like it was just put up after being in a ball. Plus there’s a nasty stain on the carpet by the table near the thermostat that is very unsettling in color. Overall I wouldn’t recommend this location. The one in Chicago is great tho!
Location is great
rooms are small
Nice Hotel - Courteous Staff
. Staff . Convenient Location to Restaurants & Shopping . Nicely laid out rooms . Warm inviting lobby area . Parking Endorsement (Parkway Parking Garage) . Filtered Water on each floor . Free Wifi
. Limited assortment of Pillows (one size does not fit all) . Bathroom baseboards should have been cleaner (left a mix impression- even though rest of room was fine)
The room was never cleaned and we spent 3 nights until I complained to the manager. One of the elevators was broken all weekend which left a single elevator for all the guests and staff. The lines for the only working elevator were very long sometimes taking 20 to 30 minutes to be able to return to your room. Very disappointed. I asked fir an adjustment to our bill or some accommodation however nothing was done. We will not return.
Did not get what we paid for
Excellent location. Nice lounge/lobby.
We were not given the room we paid for. Instead we were placed in a room with one bed and our son had to sleep on a cot. They refused to adjust our charges. The next night we received a room with a sofa bed, but it had old sheets on it.
The room was a little dusty and the bedding looks worn. I found hair on the desk which was a little off putting. Otherwise the room was fair for the price and location.
Great overnight stay!
I liked how cozy our room was. The snacks provided in the lobby were delicious! The location was amazing. We were able to walk everywhere, which had been our goal. Overall, excellent hotel!
I wish the bathrooms were a bit bigger.
Solid value, awesome location, nice rooms
It was a very comfortable and clean room. Probably taller than it was long but unless you're bringing a pop-up trailer with you there's plenty of room. The bed's comfy and the shower is really nice. They had a hair dryer to use. There's no fridge but that's not a huge deal. I would have liked to have a safe since it is a city, but it's not in a rough area. Some people complained about the two elevators, which is a bit odd but not so much so that you should be like the one guy I passed who was trying to figure out how to get out of the lobby (I mean he got in there in the first place, somehow). There's a big mall with a food court right across the street and all manner of fast food in the block between 15th-16th not to mention most everything you'd want to see or do is basically walking distance (under 1-1/2 miles - South Philly/Italian Market, Liberty Bell/Independence Hall, Eastern State, City Hall, Chinatown). I'd really recommend the hotel, and that you do walk places, don't take the tourist bus, you'll see a lot you wouldn't otherwise. Someone else complained about the parking, I had no issues, it's a city, you pay to park, and it's not like you're walking more than half a block (it is literally across the street). WiFi speed: 18-20MBps was what I got.
The staff while extremely polite were not really the most helpful, everything was "It's not my call" when it came to business. I had to jump through a bunch of hoops just to get my stay extended, and they had me put down $50 per night for incidentals (would've been $150 if I'd used cash). There's no mini-bar and I wasn't planning on ordering room service, so this made no sense to me.
Philadelphia has a brighter side, and this Club Quarters (CQ) location tucked in Center City brings it out. Unlike other basic hotels in the area, the CQ offers accommodations and amenities that make guests feel warm and welcome.
Built in 1927, the Club Quarters Hotel in Philadelphia is located in the bustling business district across the street from the shops at Liberty Place. Rittenhouse Square is a park surrounded by shops and restaurants, and only two blocks from the hotel. One mile from the hotel is The Liberty Bell and The Pennsylvania Convention Center, Kimmel Performing Arts Center, and the Academy of Natural Sciences are one-half mile from the hotel. Less than two-miles away, the Philadelphia Museum of Art features the steps made famous in the film "Rocky."
There are many little conveniences offered at the hotel that many guests adore such as complimentary newspapers, magazine, and games. Attractive amenities include an Italian steakhouse, fitness room, business center with computers, printers, and scanners and 1,430 square feet of meeting and conference use. Guests can also gain access to the club lounge with complimentary refreshments. Located on the second floor, the hotel lobby is also a retreat with a vaulted skylight and plasma televisions.
The contemporary rooms and suites come in a variety of sizes, but all are equipped with free Wi-Fi, coffeemakers, soft bedding, and desks. Upon request, the hotel provides minifridges and microwaves, however, upgraded rooms feature kitchenettes, plus extra dining and sleeping areas. Apartments are available for extended guests and feature full kitchens, as well as more conveniences. In addition to in-room amenities, the hotel will also deliver fitness and yoga equipment to rooms. Plus, CQ Guest Closets are located on each floor and contain extra amenities that guests can help themselves too.
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Club Quarters Hotel in Philadelphia is located at 1628 Chestnut Street in Center City, 0.8 miles from the centre of Philadelphia. Historic City Hall is the closest landmark to Club Quarters Hotel in Philadelphia.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Club Quarters Hotel in Philadelphia.
Yes, Club Quarters Hotel in Philadelphia offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Club Quarters Hotel in Philadelphia does not offer free parking.
No, Club Quarters Hotel in Philadelphia does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Club Quarters Hotel in Philadelphia is 6.3 miles from Philadelphia. Club Quarters Hotel in Philadelphia is 29.3 miles from Trenton Trenton-Mercer.
Yes, Club Quarters Hotel in Philadelphia is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, Club Quarters Hotel in Philadelphia does not have a pool on-site.