Comfort Inn Philadelphia Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Philadelphia Airport Essington
Reception staff the worst yet, Check in lady did not seem to care that we had arrived and was not at all friendly. When we asked about the laundry (as stated on their website), we were told there was no laundry. There was no apology and we were told we could you the laundry at the hotel next door. No desk chair in the room and only one lounge chair. Breakfast time told to us differed from that on the wall. Only two towels supplied in the room with 2 queen beds. This hotel was so disappointing. We had several we could have chosen and we selected this because of the laundry. We have had many nights in Choice brand hotels over the last 6 weeks and this is the worst. High speed internet is a joke. Times out before information gets loaded. Will try not to let it put us off as others have been very good to really great. Manager - you need to alter your web site and get your staff better trained in customer service. Your hotel gives Comfort Inns brand a bad name.
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