Hotels >Aloft Philadelphia Airport
My Kind of Hotel!.
I knew from the time I walked in that the ALoft was a Great Decision. Check-in was a Breeze with Friendly Customer Service.
The Lobby has a Nice Bar and Ample Seating, Inside and Outside, there's a Large Flat Screen TV and a User-Friendly Business Center That I used.
Our room was Great! Modern Decor, Clean, Comfortable and Great Decor. No Bath Tub But the Room Had an Over-sized Shower with Good Pressure and a Dispenser that Dispensed Shampoo/Soap and Lot's of Towels, a large Flat Screen and lot's of Chanels to choice from,
a Coffee Maker and a Mini fridge . This is a Non-Smoking Hotel But it wasn't a Problem to go down to the Lobby and go outside to Smoke...you don;t have to go out front of the Hotel to smoke you can step outside where there's plenty of Seating and Ashtrays to Accommodate Smokers.
I Will Book with the ALoft Again! I highly Recommend This Hotel.
Citysearch Editorial Review. A new concept in lodging has come to the Philly airport, where this partial-service hotel caters to the hip and connected traveler. Aloha. This Starwood hotel at the Philly airport is nowhere near Hawaii yet that’s how “talent” (AKA desk clerks) greet visitors upon their arrival. Everything is phrased zanily here: the 24-hour pool is called Splash, the all-night fitness center is re:charge, and the outdoor patio that resembles a commercial terrace in Ibiza is re:mix. Geared toward young, tech-savvy business travelers, aloft attempts to differentiate itself from traditional hotels with its consciously contemporary ethos. Exhibit A: decor splashed in stark, brilliant hues and mod furniture. Exhibit B: an open lobby dominated by a pool table, a grab-and-go food pantry that subs for a restaurant and a Jetson-era bar/lounge that dominates the visual kaleidoscope. Exhibit C: free mags in the lobby and guest rooms with titles like Dwell, Wired, Spin and New Yorker instead of Newsweek, USA Today and AARP
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