Philadelphia Airport Marriott

Address: 1 Arrivals Rd, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19153, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Airport area of Philadelphia, is near Fort Mifflin, John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum, Bartram's Garden, and American Swedish Museum.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Philadelphia Airport Marriott

      Fine Hotel

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      Stayed at this fine hotel on April 15th. Staff was friendly and very helpful. All facilities from room to workout area to lounge and restaurant were clean, bright and fresh. There was no downside at all. Paid $139 which is fair, in my opinion. Being connected to the airport is worth a lot. Didn't have a car so I can't address parking issue. You'll not be dissapointed at this hotel.

      Not bad!! Good service and nice rooms!

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      My husband and I returned today from a trip to Cancun. However, were bumped in Philly as the plane was late leaving from Mexico and we missed our connecting flight home.

      So, we decided to stay at the Marriott. It was right on the airport premises, at Terminal B. The only thing that bothered me was the cost $229 - you would think we would have gotten a discount or something. We are Reward members so were upgraded to the Concierge Floor with access to the lounge. However, it closed at 9 pm and we checked in 15 minutes before that. So, I ran up and grabbed a couple of diet Pepsi's and that was that.

      Our room was on the small side, but nicely furnished with a comfortable bed. Would have been perfect for a business traveler. Bathroom was dated, but clean and functional.

      We ordered room service and the portions were huge!! The salads were fresh, and it all came within 30 minutes. Also, it was not that expensive at all - as far as room service goes.

      Left this morning on a 9 am flight, walked across the walkway, zipped through security, and were at our gate in a matter of minutes.

      Bottom line, you can't beat this location if you need to stay near the airport. Everything you can expect from a Marriott, maybe more!

      Clean, convenient place to stay at airport

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      We reside approximately one hour from the Philadelphia International Airport and the Marriott Philadelphia Airport Hotel and chose to stay at this hotel due to an early flight the following morning. We parked at our car at the Economy Parking at the Airport for $8 a night and used the complimentary airport shuttle to return to the hotel. The following morning, we used the airport shuttle again to return to the airport to board our plane. Even though the hotel is connected directly to the airport (concourse B), our flight was leaving from concourse F, and we found it would have been too far to walk through the airport with all our luggage, so we chose to take the complimentary shuttle (which runs every 20 minutes).

      Upon check in at this hotel, we were pleasantly surprised to find very helpful staff and spacious, well appointed rooms. The hotel and our room was exceptionally clean and quiet, which was evern more surprising due to its location next to the airport.

      We would definitely stay at this hotel again and would highly recommend it to anyone without hesitation.

      Exceeded my expectations

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      This hotel is connected to the airport, but is not as convenient as one might think. My plane landed at terminal E late at night and I had to walk around a bit before I figured out how to get to the hotel (I think they do have a shuttle, though). Once I arrived, however, everything was fine. Check in was easy and the room was not fancy but it had everything I needed (comfortable bed, HBO, coffee). You can check the status of your departing flight on the TV! I stayed here for four nights and I did not hear any airport noise. Getting the rental car was easy (just walk across the street). Parking is also easy once you get used to the system. A walkway connects directly from the garage to the third floor of the hotel. The staff was uniformly helpful and friendly. The food was good too. Room service is available until 1 am (good for those of us landing late from the West Coast). It's a short ride on the freeway to get to downtown, or you can take a train from the airport. I'll be making a return visit to Philly in a couple of weeks and I'll stay here again!

      Loved this hotel and staff

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      This hotel was such a pleasant surprise. Rooms were very clean and well-appointed and quiet. The restaurant and bar were very efficient and the food was quite good. The hotel staff was excellent! I can't say enough about the staff. So polite, very efficient. You can tell they really try to please and succeed at doing so.

      Very nice hotel and very conveniently located.

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      This is a wonderful hotel and very conveniently located off I-95 exit 12 at Philadelphia Airport.

      The lobby is new and shine and make me feel great as soon as I stepped in to check in, the front desk lady was very nice to quickly checked me in and reminded me to register with my affinity card.

      The parking is at C-2 level, and $10 for hotel guest (other would be $17) unlimited in and out for 24 hours. The front desk gave me a pass that to be shown in and out of airport parking.

      Once parked the car, I can easily walked thru the hotel 3rd level, and take the elevator to 4th floor where my room was.

      The room is shine and beautifully appointed, everything is so new so shine, no wonder it was ranked #11 of Philadelphia hotels by Trip Advisor members.

      The swimming pool is at 2nd floor with long strip P shaped that has very nice view out. The exercise room was great too. There is also a public Internet at the hallway for paid use. In room high speed Internet and long distance and local calls is combined charged $9.95.

      I have found it very convenient to walk thru the Skywalk to Terminal B/C, but, unfortunately, only people with air tickets are allow to pass the security gate to access the Market Place inside the airport of over 100 stores ...etc.

      The breakfast buffet was wonderful as other Marriott hotels. But because this hotel is inside the Philadelphia airport, you can't easily find any stores or restaurants, but if you are passenger with air ticket, you can easily access Marke Place at airport.

      Perfect for what you want

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      This is the BEST place to stay down at the airport if you are willing to park your car in the off-locations or having someone drop you off at the airport. The staff is snobby - but who cares! It's connected to terminal B and they have a great restaurant - that's all you need!

      Noisy, Even for an Airport

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      All I wanted to do was get a decent night's sleep. You would think that an airport location they could have afforded a little more soundporoofing, but no they want you to hear the flights you aren't on.

      All that and an expensive room to boot. Not next time for sure.

      Just what you want.

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      Great, clean, comfortable rooms. Nice staff, good food. The perfect layover -

      Great Service, Clean Rooms

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      I stayed here in December 2004. Check-in was quick and hassle free. The staff was very helpful along with the concierge. The rooms were clean and looked new. Amentities were adequate. Room service was quick and tasted good. It was also easy to get places due to the train being at the airport and plentiful taxis.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Philadelphia Airport Marriott

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

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