I've stayed at the Warwick several times because of its great location. The staff are friendly, especially out front, and the rooms are comfortable. Unfortunately, twice I've had a room in which the phone didn't work, and even when I was told someone would fix it no one did. They also need to update info on shuttle service since the company they recommend is no longer in business.
Traveller from WI
Located 1 block east of Rittenhouse Square, this Philadelphia hotel is set amid smart shops and art galleries; Liberty Place …More
We had a good quick stay at Great Wolf. We were able to pre-check in and we were able to gain access the water park and the other hotel amenities. Once the room was ready they texted our room number, the room was spacious and clean. The water park was large and the life guards were attentive. The only thing I did not enjoy as much was the food in the restaurant located by the lobby but overall we enjoyed our stay and will return again.
This family-friendly resort is located in the city center, within 1 mi (2 km) of MagiQuest, Great Wolf Lodge Waterpark, and …More
The hotel was good, activities were really fun. The cottage we had looked great, very cozy. We enjoyed our time and experince there. Some of the staff were good and fun. Some other of them weren't good. The bath tub was stained, the telephone in the cottage didn't work. We were told it could be looked at but that probably won't help fix it. The activities tho fun were a little pricey. Even tho we still had a good time and good experience.
Located near the slopes, this Lake Harmony resort is within 6 mi (10 km) of Jack Frost Big Boulder and Split Rock Resort …More
Nice hotel with quick walking access to Point State Park, Market Square, The Andy Warhol Museum, etc.
We arrived around 8 PM on Thanksgiving night and there was only one person at the front desk so check-in took a bit longer than should have. There were more people at the front desk in the AM and on Friday in general.
The room was nice, well appointed but the bed could have been a bit better. Since we arrived so late on a busy holiday, we opted for dinner at the Three Rivers Restaurant within the hotel. The restaurant was short staffed (probably because of the holiday) and very pricey for food that was only mediocre quality (I think the pasta we ordered had been cooked too far in advance). Again, a holiday, so took this in stride
Valet parking was $30/night (there was a garage somewhere close but not knowing Pittsburgh, we opted for the Valet). Attendant left our car unlocked as we happened to have just come back from Point State Park and checked the car on a whim. I would recommend driving the extra block or two and parking in the garage (though you do pay in/out charges at the garage).
Overall, again, nice hotel; think our checking in/dining Thanksgiving night was not optimum (and wouldn't have been at many other places as well) but would definitely stay here again.
Traveller from New York City
This downtown hotel is at the gateway to the cultural district, facing Point State Park and Pittsburgh's famed Three Rivers.More