Radisson Hotel Valley Forge

1160 First Avenue, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, 19406, United States | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $120.00

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Planning & flight to Munich

A travel blog entry by 46thelrose8

... are indeed wonderful. Before you even reach the market area which is at the Dom Platz and the Residence Platz, you see that Christmas is everywhere. There are little courtyards and tiny alleyways galore and all are decorated everywhere you look. When we reached the main market area it was quite a festive atmosphere. There were crowds of people shopping, talking and eating but mostly drinking gluhwein. ...

The start of camp

A travel blog entry by tonestar


... I arrived back at the dorm to find Nathan, an Australian counselor screaming at me to get inside as the entire campus and local area was in lockdown after an armed robbery and car chase! There were still people outside at this point, so it was hilarious that the entire time I was out there just taking photos and enjoying the campus, a crazed gunman was in the area and I could have easily run into the guy. Villanova really need to work on their lockdown protocol since ...

A quiet night

A travel blog entry by greg.catlin.9


... manager pours us some very nice Jim Beam Devil’s Cut 90. It was very good quiet night. We kept our word to have an early night and left at midnight....

It was freezing on the walk back, actually according to the Breakfast TV just now, it was below freezing. The lesson to remember is always wear a coat in Philly in winter.

Have I mentioned that it is cold.....?

BTW sofar 216 views of the blog, amazing, thanks for reading. Keep the comments ...

Let The Bell Ring

A travel blog entry by phungster


... It's not yet 6 PM and most of the food stalls already closed for the day. Rushing around and finding only a few joints open...

Carmen's Cheesesteaks - I know...I know...this doesn't sound like Philadelphia, but I am desperate. One cheesesteak hoogie pleaaassssse! While waiting for my cheesesteak sandwich, but I can help myself and over-heard the conversation between one of the ...

My Challenge Story for anyone who wants to read it

A travel blog entry by lily1421

... the credit card, with the
designer suit and watch. “Lil Miss” didn't stand a chance. Ernie

no clue where they had met. But, she
was obviously easy pickings for Charlie.

Ernie wondered what Charlie's motives
had actually been. Had he already known that he was

gay? Had he been using “Lil Miss”
to hide behind? She was certainly a good looking girl and people

surely must have ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 1160 First Avenue, King of Prussia, is near Valley Forge National Historical Park, King of Prussia Mall, Washington Memorial Chapel, and National Memorial Arch.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Radisson Hotel Valley Forge King of Prussia

    Stay away


    I stayed here twice over a span of 6 months. Both times I wanted to run away screaming, but couldn't because of a convention I had to attend at the adjoining convention center. My major complaint lies with the rooms. The rooms are VERY out-of-date and smell musty. The hotel is an octagon-shaped, so the rooms are awkardly shaped like a piece of pie. There was a problem with my toilet-- it wouldn't stop running. I called maitenance, who responded quickly and fixed the problem.



    We were offered a room in the basement near the night club. There was no window in the room and the place smelled of mold.

    Leftover from the 70's hotel!


    While the lobby is decent but small, the hotel itself is really not updated. Some rooms had new carpet and furniture, but it looks like it's from the 70's. Old doors, old bathrooms, old closets, and our bathroom on the 10th floor was horribly moldy. Mold growing on the walls and ceiling, and the shower curtain clips had black mold all over. Exhaust fan broken. Over the sinks in the vanity area was a metal grate...above that was exposed electrical wires, plus wood or something (maybe they had been doing some duct work?) Very dangerous. Hotel staff was scarce, and didn't know how to give directions...got us lost. Finally, the beds in the rooms are awful...sagging in the middle, soft and not firm, causing severe backache. Would not ever stay here again...

    Rude behavior


    In August of 2003 I Made reservations for 2 nights in their fantasy rooms We were running late so I called the Hotel to find out how late room service would be offered was told up to eleven pm when we got to our room it was hot like a furnace i put on the air and waited for it to get cool called room service and was told all they could send was sandwiches not the full menu I was not told that when i called before when our meal arrived i asked the beel hop if there was a trick to getting the air to work he said the room would take awhilw to cool because it was so big the following morning the room was still the same temp I went to the front desk and complained The man at the desk couldnt have been bothered said to call maintenance they came and said the compressor was blown and they should move i went back to the desk and was told to wait and see how long it would take to fix after i lost my temper they agreed to move us the new room was dirty had a half a roll of tp and no pillows i complained and they brought 2 pillows not 4 the next morning when we checked out I told the desk I was very un happy the were rude and uncaring then they put in the wrong ex date on my credit card so it was declined treated me like dirt and demanded i pay with another card I had a 10,oo credit on that card and only gharged 300 on it when i got home I called the 800 number and complained the hotel manager called back and gave me credit for one night I wont be back

    Great Place for Business and Pleasure


    I had the pleasure of attending a 3 day seminar at the Radisson. The meeting facilities were very favorable. My room was clean and extremely comfortable. I look forward to future trips to the area. I will definately choose the Radisson. This time for pleasure!

    OK but not what I expected


    I spent a week at this hotel in Sept 2003 while attending a business seminar. The seminar was located in one of the conference rooms of the hotel, and at least 200 people were attending this seminar. There was an problem with my reservation-on the sixth and final night of my stay. Apparently there was some sort of mixup and I was told by several people at the front desk that I did not have a room, and to seek accomodations elsewhere for that one night. Luckily, I found out about this a day or two ahead of time when I inquired at the front desk about something and they mentioned my check out date, which was incorrect. I did make a reservation at a nearby hotel "just in case", since I was told by the Radisson staff that if there was a cancellation then I would still have a room there. Only after



    The hotel does not tell you that their Fantasy Suites are located on the 15th floor and the elevators only go to the 14th. You have to walk a flight. Second, there are no windows in any of the Fantasy Suites. They do have "theme rooms" available for $199 a night that mentions no windows when booking on the hotel's web site, but the Fantasy Suites say nothing about it and costs $279 a night. We booked a Fantasy Suite for our anniversary and when I walked in, I fell off of a platform type of thing that was located between the bathroom and bedroom area. The carpet was black and the room dimly lit~~no windows~~ even though I turned on the lights. I saw the 4" step up due to the dim bathroom light, but 3 steps later it ended. This "platform" had no markings or warnings of any kind to "watch your step". After laying on the floor a bit, I managed to hobble back down to the front desk. On the way down I ran into a few women who also booked Fantasy Suites and they said their rooms didn't have anything like that in theirs. My foot was starting to swell fairly bad by the time I made it to the front desk, but the guy on duty didn't seem interested at all that I fell. I left my husband waiting outside in our vehicle because I checked us in to our room and then we were going to go out to dinner elsewhere. That didn't happen. The hotel staff watched me hobble outside to get my husband. I asked to have ice sent to the room, but that never happened either. My husband ended up purchasing a cane and ice bag for me. I asked to speak with the manager and he filled out an incident report. Apparently, the guy at the front desk should have done that immediately when I first told him I fell, but he didn't. I heard security say that they thought the room we were in was the only one that had a "platform". We had to be switched to a regular room because of the flight of steps I would have to walk to reach the Fantasy Suites. The regular room seemed clean. The TV remote didn't work properly which was a major inconvenience due to my foot. We ate in the hotel's restaurant~~VERY EXPENSIVE!!! Not worth it~~ The next morning we got the bill for the Fantasy Suite!!! shoved under our door! They were kind enough to reduce it to the "regular room rate" which was $152. Considering we stayed in a regular room, I don't see where they were doing me a favor. Besides, the whole incident clearly ended our vacation. That "platform" was very dangerous and negligent on the hotel's part. It should have been clearly marked. I'm glad I got away with a badly sprained foot. Someone could have broken a hip or worse. We paid the bill and went to the hotel's breakfast buffet. The price was fairly reasonable and the food tasted okay, but it was cold. The fresh fruit and muffins were very good. We were suppose to tour a bit more on our vacation, but it was cut short due to my fall. I got home and called the hotel's 800 customer service number and complained. After doing that, the head manager called and apologized and offered a free gift certificate to come back and stay in their Fantasy Suite for one night. There was no other compensation for the vacation cut short, the cane and ice bag we had to buy or my doctor bills. I just hope the hotel will take the time to fix the floor properly or clearly mark it so no one else falls off of their so called "platform".

    Okay for one night, but not great


    I stayed at the Radisson in late March. I didn't expect a very luxurious hotel ($125 per night), nor did I expect a Motel 6, but the Radisson leaned more toward the latter. The lobby is nice but the room I stayed in really needed updating. They booked me into a supposedly upgraded room (maybe called a suite) that had a small living room with a faux firepace, small sofa and armoire. Behind the fireplace were stairs leading down to a bathroom, then four more stairs to the small bedroom. Being able-bodied, I carried my luggage up and down the stairs. I was not warned about the stairs, so I hope that no one with a disability is booked into these rooms. The bath tub was not very clean but the jets worked and the water was hot. There were plenty of towels but no wash cloths. The bed was a queen and, while comfortable, the spread smelled and there was no extra blanket in the room to add to the bed once I took the spread off. Apparently this room is not a favorite with the maid, since it didn't look like it had been vacuumed in quite a while - I don't blame them for not wanting to lug equipment up and down those stairs. The circular lobby of the hotel is marble with seating areas and I heard that the restaurants were good there but did not get a chance to find out. The hotel is connected somewhat to the Valley Forge Convention Center, which is under the Scanticon Hotel. I did not find an indoor route between the two, but the walk around was less than two minutes. Be warned that the cab ride from the Philly airport is about 45 minutes and $70. It took 30 minutes to get the cab to come to the hotel. I don't recommend this hotel, but I have stayed in much worse.

    Mixed Review


    Just came back from a long weekend trip to Valley Forge area. Planned this trip to celebrate my wife's birthday. The Radisson hotel itself was a very clear, bright and inviting space.

    Be warned, ask for traditional room


    Got this hotel through discount travel site, paid $50, which was way too much for our room! The first room they gave us was right outside the nightclub on the lower level, elevated bed with mirrored ceiling and the noise of the nightclub, walls were filthy, looked like a rent-by-the-hour motel room. We complained and got "upgraded" at no cost, but we had to pick a 'Fantasy Suite' b/c all the 'normal' rooms were booked. These rooms are very tacky. This room was scary, modeled after Queen Eliz style. Copper on the walls, tiny bathroom the size of a closet, supposed antiques in the room, mirrored bed and pink whirlpool tub with mirror above it. Not super clean. Room was very scary. Ask for a traditional room here, or please be WARNED and prepared for what you might end up spending the night in.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Radisson Hotel Valley Forge King of Prussia

    3.00 of 5 stars Good