Red Lion Inn & Suites Philadelphia

Red Lion Inn & Suites Philadelphia

Hours

Monday:
24 Hours
Tuesday:
24 Hours
Wednesday:
24 Hours
Thursday:
24 Hours
Friday:
24 Hours
Saturday:
24 Hours
Sunday:
24 Hours

Chamber Rating

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2.7 - (9 reviews)
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Read Our 9 Reviews

Chamber Rating

Verified Member
2.7 - (9 reviews)
3
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4
  • David

    + The Staff was nice - I had two rooms. It had no amenities. Not even cups or napkins or plastic silverware.nor did the have it at the front desk. Refrigerator didn't work. The rooms were either freezing or hot depending whether the room was front or back of the hotel.2 star
    Jul 13th, 2023

  • Stuart

    + The location and everyone was very friendly.
    Jul 10th, 2023

  • karen sanchez

    We stayed here due to a cancelled flight. I do not recommend we were charged around $230 a night for the room but the comforter was dirty, the bathroom was dirty as well. There is no AC so its extremely hot in the room, cant get sleep because of it. They said all rooms are set at the same temperature. They dont even have a vending machine for at least some water. Super tiny room. Only good thing is location but Id recommend going elsewhere in the area.
    Jul 5th, 2023

  • Joe Homoski

    Wonderfully renovated Inn (not a hotel) right on Walnut Street in Philly. It had only been reopened a month when I stayed, but was ready for guests. (Let me add that the reason for less than 5 stars was for items largely out of the Inn's control.) I was having eye surgery a few blocks away at Wills Eye Hospital and stayed two nights (July 2-4). The location was ideal, but also the biggest detriment. Unfortunately, the street noise is quite excessive, even late into the night and early morning. This made sleeping consistently difficult with many jarring sounds waking me. If I stay again, I would come prepared with earplugs/noise cancellation. Also, some marijuana users were on my floor (non-smoking facility) and that made the hallway and my room itself reek of it for an extended period. The beds were comfortable with good pillows, and the bathrooms set up with plenty of towels and supplies. You can tell it was an old building renovated recently with modern points added to more traditional. The room shape and setup was odd but pleasant. It was odd that there was no temperature control in the room. For the extreme heat outside it was cool and dry inside, yet my nephew would have liked it cooler. The elevator was tiny and caused me to explore the stairs, which were older, carpeted and not part of the recent renovations. Aside from fire evacuation maps, there was no information inside the rooms about ice machines, local eateries and such. But as mentioned, those were being verified by staff. The staff was professional and cordial, always helpful. However, when I appeared in the mornings they always asked if I was checking out (pleasantly). Because this is Philly, parking was costly. The Inn does give discount coupons for the garage around the corner, but it still was $45 a day. I would stay here again if I needed to return to the hospital or had something in the area to attend. The price point was considerably lower than other places in the area, even including parking fees. Nearby activities: I did stay here for eye surgery and it was a great choice. With one of the country's best eye hospitals (and 24 hour eye emergency room) just 3 blocks away its quite convenient. It also neighbors the "Gayborhood" and it close to the "Rocky Stairs". Safety: There was a fair amount of aggressive beggars in the neighborhood, boldly entering eateries and requesting specific dollar amounts, and challenging if you declined. Normally I would help out with a meal or coffee, but the aggressive nature put me off. Night time seemed to have a fair amount of people out at all hours. (The eye emergency room has a metal detector for entry) No judgements made but I wouldn't want to to walk around with even one cocktail in me. Luckily the hotel was well secured. Walkability: There is quite a bit within just a few blocks, from hospitals, historical attractions, food places and even food trucks. If I return, I would explore more. Food & drinks: There are plenty of places to get a good meal and even good coffee within a short walk, and when I stayed the staff was working on compiling a list of cooperative local eateries.
    Jul 8th, 2023

  • Peter Rutlin

    I'll start out by saying it was dark clean and quiet...that was the good part. There is no bathroom door, there is no toilet paper holder, TP sat on the floor and No night stand on one side of the bed. I had to use the ironing board from the closet. No chair to sit down and put your shoes on. No sign in the lobby to say where I was. A folding plastic sign on the sidewalk is the only clue that you're at the right place. Extremely unprofessional, it looks like they could have packed up and left in a half hour. The woman at the desk didn't have a clue where a particular restaurant was, that is very popular and 2 blocks a way. The room was the smallest room i've ever seen in a motel, but that's okay, there's still room for some more furniture and a door for the bathroom, which is not very sanitary or private. It was a shower curtain Hanging up over a seven foot opening to the bathroom. Pretty darn cheap and stupid. I will shop around more on my next visit to philadelphia.
    Jul 6th, 2023

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About
Red Lion Inn & Suites Philadelphia

The Red Lion Family of Hotels The Red Lion Family of Hotels is now a part of Sonesta International Hotels Corporation. The newly consolidated company now offers a complete platform of franchise services, hotel operations, and franchise support, featuring industry-leading brands with a wide range of hotel service levels to meet travelers' needs.

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Questions & Answers

Q What is the phone number for Red Lion Inn & Suites Philadelphia?

A The phone number for Red Lion Inn & Suites Philadelphia is: (215) 546-7000.


Q Where is Red Lion Inn & Suites Philadelphia located?

A Red Lion Inn & Suites Philadelphia is located at 1208 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19107


Q What is the internet address for Red Lion Inn & Suites Philadelphia?

A The website (URL) for Red Lion Inn & Suites Philadelphia is: https://www.redlion.com/locations/us/pennsylvania/philadelphia


Q What days are Red Lion Inn & Suites Philadelphia open?

A Red Lion Inn & Suites Philadelphia is open:
Monday: 24 Hours
Tuesday: 24 Hours
Wednesday: 24 Hours
Thursday: 24 Hours
Friday: 24 Hours
Saturday: 24 Hours
Sunday: 24 Hours


Q How is Red Lion Inn & Suites Philadelphia rated?

A Red Lion Inn & Suites Philadelphia has a 2.7 Star Rating from 9 reviewers.

Hours

Monday:
24 Hours
Tuesday:
24 Hours
Wednesday:
24 Hours
Thursday:
24 Hours
Friday:
24 Hours
Saturday:
24 Hours
Sunday:
24 Hours

Ratings and Reviews
Red Lion Inn & Suites Philadelphia

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David on Google

image + The Staff was nice - I had two rooms. It had no amenities. Not even cups or napkins or plastic silverware.nor did the have it at the front desk. Refrigerator didn't work. The rooms were either freezing or hot depending whether the room was front or back of the hotel.2 star


Stuart on Google

image + The location and everyone was very friendly.


karen sanchez on Google

image We stayed here due to a cancelled flight. I do not recommend we were charged around $230 a night for the room but the comforter was dirty, the bathroom was dirty as well. There is no AC so its extremely hot in the room, cant get sleep because of it. They said all rooms are set at the same temperature. They dont even have a vending machine for at least some water. Super tiny room. Only good thing is location but Id recommend going elsewhere in the area.


Joe Homoski on Google

image Wonderfully renovated Inn (not a hotel) right on Walnut Street in Philly. It had only been reopened a month when I stayed, but was ready for guests. (Let me add that the reason for less than 5 stars was for items largely out of the Inn's control.) I was having eye surgery a few blocks away at Wills Eye Hospital and stayed two nights (July 2-4). The location was ideal, but also the biggest detriment. Unfortunately, the street noise is quite excessive, even late into the night and early morning. This made sleeping consistently difficult with many jarring sounds waking me. If I stay again, I would come prepared with earplugs/noise cancellation. Also, some marijuana users were on my floor (non-smoking facility) and that made the hallway and my room itself reek of it for an extended period. The beds were comfortable with good pillows, and the bathrooms set up with plenty of towels and supplies. You can tell it was an old building renovated recently with modern points added to more traditional. The room shape and setup was odd but pleasant. It was odd that there was no temperature control in the room. For the extreme heat outside it was cool and dry inside, yet my nephew would have liked it cooler. The elevator was tiny and caused me to explore the stairs, which were older, carpeted and not part of the recent renovations. Aside from fire evacuation maps, there was no information inside the rooms about ice machines, local eateries and such. But as mentioned, those were being verified by staff.
The staff was professional and cordial, always helpful. However, when I appeared in the mornings they always asked if I was checking out (pleasantly).
Because this is Philly, parking was costly. The Inn does give discount coupons for the garage around the corner, but it still was $45 a day.
I would stay here again if I needed to return to the hospital or had something in the area to attend. The price point was considerably lower than other places in the area, even including parking fees.
Nearby activities: I did stay here for eye surgery and it was a great choice. With one of the country's best eye hospitals (and 24 hour eye emergency room) just 3 blocks away its quite convenient. It also neighbors the "Gayborhood" and it close to the "Rocky Stairs".
Safety: There was a fair amount of aggressive beggars in the neighborhood, boldly entering eateries and requesting specific dollar amounts, and challenging if you declined. Normally I would help out with a meal or coffee, but the aggressive nature put me off. Night time seemed to have a fair amount of people out at all hours. (The eye emergency room has a metal detector for entry) No judgements made but I wouldn't want to to walk around with even one cocktail in me.
Luckily the hotel was well secured.
Walkability: There is quite a bit within just a few blocks, from hospitals, historical attractions, food places and even food trucks. If I return, I would explore more.
Food & drinks: There are plenty of places to get a good meal and even good coffee within a short walk, and when I stayed the staff was working on compiling a list of cooperative local eateries.


Peter Rutlin on Google

image I'll start out by saying it was dark clean and quiet...that was the good part.
There is no bathroom door, there is no toilet paper holder, TP sat on the floor and No night stand on one side of the bed. I had to use the ironing board from the closet. No chair to sit down and put your shoes on.
No sign in the lobby to say where I was.
A folding plastic sign on the sidewalk is the only clue that you're at the right place.
Extremely unprofessional, it looks like they could have packed up and left in a half hour.
The woman at the desk didn't have a clue where a particular restaurant was, that is very popular and 2 blocks a way.
The room was the smallest room i've ever seen in a motel, but that's okay, there's still room for some more furniture and a door for the bathroom, which is not very sanitary or private.
It was a shower curtain Hanging up over a seven foot opening to the bathroom. Pretty darn cheap and stupid.
I will shop around more on my next visit to philadelphia.


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