See why so many travellers make Econo Lodge Philadelphia Airport their motel of choice when visiting Lester. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
The rooms offer air conditioning and a desk, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Econo Lodge Philadelphia Airport features 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage. In addition, as a valued Econo Lodge Philadelphia Airport guest, you can enjoy free breakfast that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While staying in Lester, you can check out a popular seafood restaurant like Kelly's Corner Bar & Grill, which is serving up some great dishes.
At Econo Lodge Philadelphia Airport, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Lester.
There are SO many bad things that I could say about this place. Non-smoking rooms smell like ash trays. Cigarette burns in the blankets. Dirty sheets on slept in beds. Rooms look like they are only cleaned once a month, at most. Crud on the furniture, muddy footprints on the bathroom floor. Shower head has hard water stains and mold leaking out of, and covering the water jets. And now the good things. ⁰
I don’t know what I expected when my son’s team chose this hotel, but I guess I hoped for a clean bathroom, a working bathroom door knob, and a cleaned out fridge/freezer. I was offered some fireworks by the folks smoking weed next door, hence the 1 star.
This was an okay place to stay for the price. The building was a bit confusing to find and enter. Got there late but had made reservations ahead of time and didn’t scope place out before making reservations. Room looked clean and bed was comfy but that was about it. There was no remote for TV , the window appeared to been recently fixed as broken glass surrounded the window frame and no one bothered to clear the glass around the edges. I was not made aware of breakfast which was at an adjacent hotel ( quality inn). The breakfast was edible but I only stayed one night.
Room dirty, mice in room, went and told front desk took 2 days to switch rooms, after speaking to a manager he refused to comp is not even one night, agreed to give us a 20 percent discount, to which they increased our rate after staying in hotel for 3 weeks, we ended up with a $5.00 discount for 2 days with mice in room, When I got upset about the discount I was told to leave by front desk!! Another woman was behind the desk that kept telling me to leave, then a man came into lobby from behind desk; yelling in my face!! Unacceptable behavior by staff, I have never been treated so poorly, when reporting Angela and Paul to the manager Brad, I was told that I was abusive to the staff and he was glad I was checking out the following day that I was not welcome, lol they had no mouse traps, staff was very rude, I ended up cleaning my room everyday myself, this was the worst hotel experience by far I have ever had, I also spoke to people in rooms that were close to mine that said they had mice as well, so disgusting and the sad thing is hotel has no intentions in addressing the problem, I had to rate this as a 1 bc I had no option of giving it a zero…
This EconoLodge has a great location if you want easy access to the Philly airport --- but little else. "Shabby" is a good word for the place. The rooms are nominally clean, but the TV in my first room didn't work; there was no TV remote in my second room, and the paper-thin blanket in my third room (egad!!!) was paper-thin. (At least the TV worked. With a remote!) The south staircase is falling apart and probably wouldn't pass a building code inspection; the front-desk woman was very nice but relatively useless ("I'm sorry, we've had a lot of complaints tonight and I've tried to reach the manager but couldn't get him."). Lots of things that could / should be improved with just minor maintenance. I wasn't expecting the Ritz, and I certainly didn't get it. But "functional" would beat "shabby." …