Four Points By Sheraton Philadelphia Airport
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After a good nights rest we were up early to see all the sights. We were ready to see The Liberty Bell but it wasn't open yet. So we decided to go to a gift shop across the road to find some post cards, but I wasn't open either! This city seems to sleep a little later than most and places don't begin to open until 9 A.M.!
As the official bell of the Pennsylvania State House, which today is called Independence Hall, rang ...
... Peace Officers Memorial Day, which commemorates and honors police officers and other peacemakers. As a tribute, all US and state flags are flown at half-mast.
All in all, the day was a good one, and Historic Philadelphia does have a certain charm that the other parts of the city I saw were lacking. I still don't think I would want to live there, but I can see why some people like it. At the very least, they have good food, even as leftovers, and those of ...
... we took leftovers. After lunch, Paul went back to the hotel, while I went to the conference. In the evening, we weren't hungry (after the big lunch), so we ate our leftovers.
Along our walk:
-- we saw the famous Philadelphia "love" sign. Tourists were taking there pictures there, and a woman was organizing them. I think she was expecting ...
... By that point we were of course far too full to eat the last bit of chicken (not!! we so could have finished the whole thing and were gutted we didn’t get to eat the chicken we had been saving to enjoy at the end) so offered it to the rest of the table. The evening finished listening to some live music in a bar and watching Ciara balancing jugs of beer on her head (and hoping it would go wrong!).
Friday was a fairly quiet one as ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Four Points By Sheraton Philadelphia Airport
I recently made the fatal error of staying at the Sheraton Hotel at Philadelphia International Airport. It appears that my favorite hotel chain has now decided to aim for the lower end of the market, and have decided NOT to treat their Platinum guests with the amenities to which they are used.
Stayed here in order to catch early flight out of Philly. My initial impression of the lobby was not favorable. The bar is located very close to the front doors. Therefore I was greeted by cigarette smoke and men cheering at TV screens. I thought for a second that I walked into a sports bar. The front desk help was begrudgingly adequate; and explained the validated parking to me as if I were an idiot--maybe that was because no one offered to validate my parking for me; and I pestered them to do so. The whole reason I stayed there was to take advantage of their park-for-free-and-fly-away policy. (Turns out no one was even at the ticket booth when I returned 4 days later, so the validated-ticket business was fairly unnecessary.) One positive about the lobby was that it had a computer with internet access, although one guest hogged it for quite some time.
Stayed at the Sheraton Four Points as we had an early flight on May 1.
I was supposed to stay at the Sheraton Society Hill in downtown Philadelphia, but my assistant put me here instead. Never stayed at a Four Points before but I figured, what the heck, it's a Sheraton. I checked in at 3:00 PM only to find my room wasn't ready. No big deal, so I went to the bar area to have a drink instead, except there was no bartender to greet me or make me a drink. I asked the lady at the front desk and she advised that the bartender was next door working at the Sheraton Suites and that he won't be coming in until 5:00. So I just sat in the lobby and waited and waited for my room to be ready.
Stayed one night at the Four Points by the Philadelphia airport. The only truly nice thing about the whole stay was the nice shuttle driver that took me to the hotel from the airport. All other staff were at best indifferent and some were surly. The woman at check in mumbled every word so quietly that I had to keep asking her to repeat herself, and she never looked up at me. A few minutes later I returned to the desk to ask a question and this woman and her colleague were discussing how few hours were possible for a shift, and the colleague looked up at me after a minute and said "do you mind?" as though I was eavedropping.
Very nice airport hotel
I thought that this hotel was above average for its price (around 100$). I also stayed at an 80$ hotel in the area, and this was well worth the added cost. The room was very clean and had pleasant furniture. The airport shuttle was by demand, so I only had to wait about 5 minutes. The only weak point was the service, which was a bit curt.
Sheraton 4 Points at the Airport
This is a very nice reasonably priced hotel in a prime location. The rooms are clean, spacious, and decorated attractively. The staff is pleasant and accomodating. I plan to stay here again.
Good to rest your head, nothing else
Was in a room with an adjoining door, but didn't know those guests - could hear every word of their conversation. Could hear their shower running.
At 12:45AM, while I was asleep, a man enters my room. He apologizes and says he has the wrong room. Front desk calls up in three minutes and asks when I checked in. Not only did they wake me up by sending a man into my room, they call me and wake me up again to ask when I checked in, as if accusing me of squatting there!
I'd stay there again, if it were the only option around.
I have never actually stayed at this hotel, but my daughter is there right now for her second week of training with an airline. Every time I call the hotel, day or evening, the phone rings anywhere from 20 to 60 times before someone picks up! When my daughter arrived last week, the hotel's records had her arriving the next day. Even though the tab was being picked up by the airline that sent her, they gave her a hard time and insisted that she "give them all her money" before they allowed her to have a room for the night - this AFTER her employer called to clarify the situation. They told her she could have her money back the next morning if they got it straightened out! In the meantime, she literally had no money. The next day in class, the instructor asked if anyone came in the night before and if so, did it go smoothly with the hotel? There were two girls - the other girl was told "No problem, go to your room and we will straighten it out tomorrow" and she was given a voucher for a free breakfast. I sent a Fedex package that was essential for my daughter to receive. It was signed for at the front desk at 3:30, but at 4:30 when my daughter went to pick it up, they claimed never to have received it. They still haven't found it.