Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Philadelphia does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Courtyard Philadelphia City Avenue, a nice option for travellers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Philadelphia, Courtyard Philadelphia City Avenue is located a short distance from Laurel Hill Cemetery (1.3 mi) and Manayunk (1.4 mi).
Rooms at Courtyard Philadelphia City Avenue offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk and room service are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A pool and an on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Courtyard Philadelphia City Avenue, free parking is available.
While visiting Philadelphia, you may want to try some crab at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Fiorino, Winnie's Manayunk, or Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant.
Philadelphia is also known for some great art galleries, including Philadelphia's Magic Gardens, Jim Loewer Glass, and Painted Bride Art Center, which are not too far from Courtyard Philadelphia City Avenue.
Courtyard Philadelphia City Avenue looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Philadelphia.
One of the worst hotel stays ever. Don’t let the fact that this place is decorated nicely fool you. We stayed there when there was a large mission retreat going on. The entire group was smoking weed in the building and everything stunk. Our cloths smelled awful from it coming into our room as it was in all of the hallways. As someone who has asthma, this is something you don’t enjoy smelling on your business trip. Second, there was numerous noise issues and we let the front desk staff know several times at night and they did nothing to stop it. Every time you talked to the front desk they didn’t care. They just seemed like they didn’t want to be there and didn’t care if you had an issue or not. The hotel maids never cleaned our room until the last night after begging them to. They seemed Annoyed that they had to even do it when you asked them to. Called to get a partial refund, was greeted with the supervisor who gave us a half nights stay worth of points ...seriously. Pathetic. I couldn’t even speak to the main manager about this issue as she seemed to cowardly or too busy to be bothered. People come here to not have to smell like marijuana. Managers, if your reading this which I’m sure you are, do yourselves a favor either start caring or get out. If you don’t care what happens to your guests then your staff won’t. I will be however making sure higher ups hear about this place. Do yourself a favor, skip this place and stay at the Hilton.…
Pros: close proximity to Philly (12 minutes), free parking, nice lobby, reasonable fares, and fast check in/check out. Comfortable beds. Cons: because they share lot with other establishments, parking can be a hassle. Some furnitures were worn, including bathroom tub (rust stains are not attractive). When we checked in we noticed that in the corners of the room were dust and trash, not vacuumed. Found hair in bathroom and closet space. Made us paranoid so we wiped down everything on our own with Lysol wipes. Noticed that hotel carpets were stained and the stainless steel in the elevators can have better treatment. I would only come back to stay here if they improved on house keeping.
Rooms were clean. Front desk staff was super nice and accommodating. Loved that we could use the pool, fitness center and there is laundry available. Let's talk about the restaurant- The Bistro. I have been to many hotel "restaurants" and have never really been too impressed. This place is fantastic! The food was delicious...pesto flatbread and crispy Brussels sprouts were particularly yummy. If I were a local I would probably eat here on the regular. Not only was the food outstanding, but our server Trecia was the BEST! So friendly! Great personality and very good at her job. We were so happy she was working when we returned the next day! Go see Trecia at the Bistro in the Courtyard Marriott!
Just finished one night stay here and the staff couldn't have been nicer! The front desk folks were welcoming and quickly helped with a tv that was not working. As a Bonvoy Titanium member I was also able to get an upgrade which was very nice! Close to highway and great service - highly recommend.
My experience was horrible from beginning to end. First I only picked the hotel because it was recommended by the training I was attending as there is supposedly a complimentary shuttle that goes there. Well when I arrived Sunday and asked where to meet Monday for the shuttle I was informed that it was double booked. Then I had arranged for late check out as I would still be in training until the shuttle came to pick me up at 4:15 Wednesday. The blonde lady (don't have her name) at the front told me she would put me down for 4 check even after I reminded her that I would not get there until after 4:15 which she said not to worry. They forgot us on Wednesday so after multiple phone calls the shuttle came late which almost made me miss my train. Thanks Brian for getting me to the station in time. But worst of all when I arrived my luggage was sitting unattended on the 7th floor and 2 pairs of my shoes were still left in room. I had to change rooms and still got a room with mold and a bad odor plus the electrical outlets beside the bed didn't work. The manager at the restaurant is a little abrupt/ not welcoming but the other staff were very nice.…