Crowne Plaza Philadelphia - Bucks County

Address: 4700 E Street Rd, Trevose, Pennsylvania, 19053-6648, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 4700 E Street Rd, Trevose, is near Philadelphia Park Casino, Benjamin Franklin Bridge, Franklin Mills Mall, and Glencairn Museum.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Room service
          • Business Services
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Crowne Plaza Philadelphia - Bucks County Trevose

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Trevose

          Planes and Boats and Trains... Harper's Ferry

          A travel blog entry by billnpat on May 09, 2015

          30 photos

          ... that we could not approach the Botanical Garden due to a special event. He then said, a bit under his breath and as a sort of apology… “If you hang around you might see the first lady arrive.” So, of course, we decided to hang around. We asked another officer, who appeared to be more senior, how long we would have to wait. For security reasons he said, well any time before 4 pm (it was noon). But then he kind of winked and said “but ...

          Is Food the New Sex?

          A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Sep 23, 2014

          10 photos

          ... the vcr, on-demand cable service, and the Internet have completely overhauled the ways in which people interact with porn. Innovation has piled on innovation, making modern pornography a more immediate, visceral, and personalized experience. Nothing in the long history of erotica compares with the way millions of Americans experience porn today, and our moral intuitions are struggling to catch up.

          Statistics too, or at least preliminary ones, bear out just ...

          Getting closer to Charlie D.,

          A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jun 16, 2014

          17 photos

          ... it was done in original, I presume, wood paneling. Very nice. We thought we might eat at the hotel that evening as we had gotten in a bit late. But we were sitting next to a couple who seemed to be, and were, restaurant aficionados. They recommended numerous places, for lunch, dinner or breakfast. We followed their recommendations both nights we were in Philadelphia and both restaurants were excellent. Despite the late hour, for us that is, we ...

          It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia!

          A travel blog entry by fgigase on Feb 05, 2014

          32 photos

          Today, Boston College has taken another day off due to heavy snowfall! I woke up this morning to the sound of machines trying to make the roads snow-free because Boston has once again transformed into a white winterwonderland and is covered in about 30 centimeters of snow. It looks absolutely breathtaking from behind the dining hall window, which is where I am sitting right now, together with hundreds of happily eating students whose classes got canceled. Looking ...

          Final Four for This Trip

          A travel blog entry by dblegldave on Jul 19, 2013

          26 photos

          ... think about our current political situation. Remember, candidates for President didn't even campaign for the office until 1828. And there were no political parties in the beginning, maybe what they called factions, but no political parties that run almost all elections. Most of them didn't enjoy the office of President. Most died without much money. I wonder if they could even imagine our political arena today.

          I was then off to ...