I stayed here for two nights. We flew into TTN (cheap flights) to see historical sites in Philadelphia. We checked in late and had to get the attention of the front desk employee, but that is no big deal. A doorbell might be a better option.
We had the free breakfast one morning, it was as fine as a continental breakfast can be, with orange juice, coffee, make your own waffles, bagels, cereal an some assorted baked goods. It is about half an hour away from the Liberty bell/ Independence Hall and also very close to sesame place (but it was closed when we visited since it was off season). I would stay here again if I take my kids to Sesame place or if we visit Philly again! Hotels there are 2 to 3 times the price of Quality Inn, and we don't usually spend time in the rooms anyway. We thought we left a cellphone in the room or in the lobby (We ended up finding out we left it in an uber) and they were very friendly in trying to help find it-even though it wasn't there after all. Sidenote: It is walking distance to 7-11 and a restaurant, in the parking lot of a fireworks store.
We have no real complaints about this place as we were just pushing through to Virginia Beach and stopped to say hi to friends. Staff was friendly and pleasant. Beds are comfortable and room clean. Convenient location to the highway. Recommended.
I've stayed here three times. Yes, it is easy to drive past because it is back from the road. One person complained about the door being locked. I actually appreciated that piece of security. I found the staff very pleasant. The rooms are nothing special. They are clean and well stocked. Breakfast rotates between scrambled eggs and a "cheese omelette". Sausage and bacon also rotate days,. There is also cereal, breads, yogurt and a waffle maker.
I did have a problem during one of my stays and it took two days to repair.
There is an Italian restaurant in walking distance. The food there is very good. Sorry, I can't remember the name of it.
One additional comment-- MANY TV channels are not available. It would be nice if a list of available channels was in the room.
This hotel is clean and well kept but suffers from it's inner city location. The room was very comfortable and breakfast was good. The property is old and the directions to reach it are complicated and difficult to follow.
I don't often write reviews for hotels that my clients pay for however I feel the need to let other travelers know about the issues I had at this hotel.
1. When I arrived the front desk staff seemed very confused that someone was at the door wishing to check in and it took several, uncomfortable, seconds for someone to let me in
2. I only had a very short time (about 4 hours) until I had to be up to go to work so I was getting everything set before I crawled into bed, my first step was to put some things in the safe, except the safe did not work. OK I will stash these items in my car for safekeeping.
3. About 2 hours into my 4 hour nap it all of the sudden sounded like I was sleeping under a bowling alley. I have never heard such noise in a hotel before. I picked up the phone to call the front desk and, great, the phone does not work. I picked up my cell phone and called the hotel to complain. The noise never stopped.
4. While I was at work yesterday I am pretty sure someone went in to my room and through my belongings, despite the Do Not Disturb sign on the door. I leave my belongings in a very specific manner when I am in a hotel, it helps me with whatever I have going on. Things were just not quite like I left them and this is very disturbing to me.
5. I went to check out this morning and the desk clerk was unable to provide me with a receipt for my stay. Again I am very particular about ensuring my folio is at a zero balance when I leave a property and not being able to have a receipt does not ensure that.
To all of my fellow travelers I am sure there are other options in the area and I encourage you to explore them and hopefully this property can be leveled and a decent hotel be built on it's site.