Was a great experience all around. Great location, check in and out were simple, and the room was great. Very clean and perfect for my stay. The staff were all friendly and helpful and the hotel offers great amenities. If I ever need a hotel in Center City again it will definitely be Club Quarters for me.
Traveller from Warminster, PA
Club Quarters is a full service, club-like hotel in a prime location opposite Liberty Place – Philadelphia’s epicenter of …More
This was our first trip to Philadelphia and we chose Sofitel hotel based upon the reviews given. We were not disappointed at all. From the moment we walked into the hotel we were treated very nicely. We arrived early and asked about early check in, our room wasn't available just yet however they checked our bags, valeted our car and said they would call us when it was ready. We took in the historic sites and true to word within an hour they called saying our room was ready, almost 3 hours before check in time! Our room was clean with ample towels and the climate was perfect. We were on the top floor and although we did not have a "View", we were not looking to book a room with a view of the skyline. Concierge was extremely helpful in giving us recommendations for nearby restaurants for dinner they also arranged for a shuttle to pick us up on our next day of sightseeing. Breakfast was included in our room and the buffet was absolutely perfect. BTW I never had a better cup of coffee in my life and wanted to sit there drinking it all morning! The staff was very friendly and professional.
Traveller from Manalapan, NJ
Located on the site of the former Philadelphia Stock Exchange, this 14-story hotel is in the central business district, 0.2 …More
Came to Pittsburgh on a weekend for a hockey game and some exploration. Everything was very nice, clean, and comfortable. Great views over the Point Park and rivers. 5 elevators that can handle busy weekend events.
Traveller from Detroit, MI
This downtown hotel is at the gateway to the cultural district, facing Point State Park and Pittsburgh's famed Three Rivers.More
First of all, I would recommend a trip to Pittsburgh for everyone. Regardless of your interest, the city is likely to have it; from great parks to beautiful bridges and architecture to shopping. A truly spectacular under-the-radar city.
My wife and I like to travel and I wasn't sure what to expect when we made reservations for the Omni William Penn. We have stayed in downtown hotels that were lovely and some that were run down and living off of their reputation from 50 years ago.
When we walked in to our room, my wife commented that this is the nicest hotel we have stayed in. The lobby speaks back to the golden age of grand hotels with a gilded ceiling and ornate chandeliers in a spacious setting.
Our room featured a king-sized bed, two bathrooms, a large-screen TV and other amenities including free newspapers.
One night I went to a Penguins game while my wife stayed in our room. The arena was walking distance (and Heinz Field and PNC Park are also walkable though not as close as PPG Glass Arena.
Everything about our stay was better than expected. I strongly recommend anyone who is visiting Pittsburgh to consider staying at the Omni William Penn Hotel.
The historic Omni William Penn Hotel is opposite Steel Plaza T Station in downtown Pittsburgh. Guests can walk 4 blocks to …More
My room (1 Bed Suite) lied directly behind 2 of the 4 elevator shafts. Every time an elevator moved, you'd hear a loud roar in the room. Eventually you get used to it, but it would have been nice to not have to deal with that. Hopefully they'll get the walls/shaft soundproofed in the future.
Otherwise, the room was clean, in good shape, and the staff were nice.
This centrally located hotel is a block from the Consol Energy Center and 5 blocks from the David Lawrence Convention Center …More