Holiday Inn Philadelphia Stadium

900 Packer Ave., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19148, United States | 3 star hotel
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2nd Set of Off Days - Philadelphia

A travel blog entry by travelledkiwi

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Was up at 8.30am and started going through all my stuff and tidying up my area, then went to breakfast and came back to do all the dirty washing for the whole cabin, then packed my bag for my second set of off days. This time we were off to Philly, we got on the bus at 11.00am and then trained from Lansdale Station to Philadelphia Station, then …

Couch Surfing Round 10

A travel blog entry by rplester

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... and basked in the fact that they had an entire exhibit on Jewish players in professional baseball leagues over the past hundred years. There might not be hope for me going pro anytime soon but at least there is still hope for some Jews or half-Jews out there. Also, the Jewish Museum had the most security of any museum I've been to yet. They had an armed guard with tactical gear, an x-ray machine and metal detector where I had to hand in ...

MISSION TWO: SUCCESSFULLY GET OUT OF PHILLY

A travel blog entry by aldreamsbig

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... to my boy Ryan Hookala thank you for your donation to Hitch to Help Foundation.

I've known Ryan for awhile now and he actually is a great Master Carpenter/Building contractor on the Islands of Hawaii. So if anyone is ever in need of some help or need a house built to perfection I'll pass along his contact info and pictures of his past work.

Really quick I would like to touch on a sensitive subject ...

SpaceX Splash

A travel blog entry by synonymous358

... br> Go to copy writer lily stanton's internet site.legs for the Falcon 9 with a ...

The new ACN

A travel blog entry by unsightlyl897

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the South Philadelphia East area of Philadelphia, is near Citizens Bank Park, Wachovia Center, Wachovia Spectrum, and Lincoln Financial Field.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Holiday Inn Philadelphia Stadium

    OK hotel

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    We stayed here one night when our booked HI "walked" us. It was OK for one night, not convenient to anything without a car, $20 taxi fare to downtown. Our HI included breakfast but this hotel did not (ours did reimburse us, however).

    The desk clerks were NOT friendly or helpful . . . we were checking in around 12:30 a.m., so they were not busy . . . they acted put out with us for being walked and check in took over 30 min.

    The room w/2 double beds was fine but the door had no working deadbolt. We asked to change rooms, ended up looking at 3 and none had working deadbolts. They told us the card keys were rekeyed after every guest but I bet they aren't. We are women and didn't feel particularly safe.

    V ERY AVERAGE

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    I read this had been refurbished? I don't see any. It's old,smelly and not good value for money. Carpets stained, cannot think when aircon is on, beds hard. Saving grace is very large rooms but not great at all.

    Great location and a decent hotel

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    Stayed here on August 26-28, 2005. Location is excellent, as it is within walking distance to both the football and baseball stadiums.

    Overpriced, but very convenient

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    We recently stayed at the Stadium Holiday Inn while attending a concert at the Citizens Bank Ballpark. The hotel was very convenient to the stadium complexes. It is within easy walking distance of all of the stadiums and sports arenas.

    The hotel was very clean. Check-in and check-out were very friendly and easy. We had a nonsmoking king room on the 10th floor. We had a very nice view of Center City from our room. We did not eat in the hotel restaurant, so I cannot comment on this. The lounge was a sports bar that had several large screen TVs along the wall.

    The hotel was probably overpriced. However, we realized that we were paying for the convenient location and knew going in.

    Overall, an enjoyable experience.

    For Sports Fans Only

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    Without question, the best thing about this Holiday Inn is its proximity to the sports venues in South Philly. You're a 3 to 5 minute stroll from all the venues and there are no other lodgings to be found so close.

    Never in my life have I been in such a terrible hotel

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    My entrance into the hotel started with my pregnant wife and I standing in line for about 30 minutes while the clerk, who apparrantly had an extremely negative existance told us that housekeeping was updating their computer systems and they could not help anyone. Finally, when we were checked in, we went up to our room. Upon first entrance, it looked spacious and nice. Then, of course, after a two hour drive and a 1/2 hour wait to check in, my pregnant wife needed desperately to use the facilities. I sat down on the bed and heard her sigh of disgust as she reported to me that the toilet was unflushed from the last guest, there was urine on the seat, and pubic hairs all over the floor of the bathroom. She then had to wait an additional 1/2 hour for housekeeping to come up and clean the bathroom. Later that night, our sleep was interrupted frequently by people making a ton of noise and screaming loudly for hours. In the morning our slumber was brought to an abrupt end as someone thought it funny to pull the fire alarm. The only staff that seemed to have the muscles neccessary in their face to provide a smile for a guest were those of the restaurant staff. Did I mention the baked on food all over the supposedly clean plates and silverware? Do yourself a favor. Don't ever stay here!!!!! To sum it all up in one word,,,,,,YUK!!!!!!!!!

    Worst place i have ever stayed

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    on our return trip from mexico last week our flight was delayed from cancun therefore we missed our connection from philly. there was bad weather i guess in the north east while we were gone that caused a lot of airline back ups considering it was a school vacation week. our flight landed at 8:45 we waited for the ticketed passangers who would be making their connections that nigt to ge reticketed. well we were given vouchers to the holiday inn stadium in philadelphia and a couple of vouchers for food one for dinner and one for breakfast. we were instructed to call the hotel and request a shuttle wich we did and they instructed us to wait on the curb under the courtesy sign. we were at a-4 and thats what we told them. when we got to the curb there were about 10 other people who were also waiting for the shuttle van. we were later informed that there is only one van. there were about 16 people waiting. the shuttle soon came by and kept on going. he was empty. we waited about 20-30 minuts in the cold only to watch the van go by yet again. a nice guy in another bus type van came by and offered to let us sit on his bus to keep warm while we waited. some people accepted while others stayed on the sidewalk to watch the horrible holiday inn stadium shuttle van drive by one more time. each time people were calling the hotel to let them know the situation. finally the nice bus driver said that he would take us all to the horrible holiday inn stadium in philidelphia. we took up a collection for him. when we got there we were informed that we would not be able to use our food vouchers tonight

    Near Airport

    from

    The Holiday Inn is at the southern edge of the South Philly neighborhood, with a view of the stadium complex. The hotel provided a free shuttle to the airport. Rooms are big. Be prepared for a sports atmosphere!

    Avoid the car traffic

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    If you're going to a sporting event in Philadelphia, this is the hotel (and only) hotel within EASY walking distance. It is in the process of being renovated so there are no on site eateries. (July 2004) We were on an upper floor and had a view of the new baseball stadium. It was a good size room with a comfortable king size bed. They have stadium event parking in their parking lot and we thought we'd have a hassle but the gal had our name on a sheet of paper and in we drove. It's very convenient on and off the highways and an easy drive into downtown Philadelphia. They had no shuttle service to the airport.

    Location, location, location!

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    I recently stayed at the Holiday Inn Stadium, and it appeared that the hotel is still undergoing some renovations. My room however was finished and was beautiful. Very clean, furnished nicely, comfy beds, and a nice sized refridgerator. We had a room with an amazing view, facing inside the new Phillies stadium. It was beautiful at night! If you are attending a Phillies game, it's an easy walk. A little more of a hike for the Wachovia Spectrum & Center, or the Link, but still do-able. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone attending events in the sporting complex, it's the perfect location!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Philadelphia Stadium

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good