Days Inn Roosevelt Blvd

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

4200 Roosevelt Boulevard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19124, United States
Days Inn Philadelphia - Roosevelt Boulevard
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22%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
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Very Good
5%
4
Average
17%
13
Poor
20%
15
Terrible
57%
43

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Costs 24% less but rated 47% lower than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families0
  • Couples15
  • Solo0
  • Business11

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visit philadelphia

by Langnau

hello, i'm thomas from switzerland and i would like to visit philadelphia
next mai.
it would be great to meet somebody who would show me the city.
i think it would be great to get around with a lokal to see the good
places, restaurants, bars and so on.
i'm intrestet in sport so i would love to see a sport event.
i also plan to go to new york and washington by train for a day tripp.
i hope there is somebody????
maybe one day i can show you around in switzerland.

all the best
thomas

Re: visit philadelphia

by ranger49

You could also try posting on -

couching.com
and
travbuddy.com

Good luck.

As for sports events

by PR-7

> i'm intrestet in sport so i would love to see a sport event

Don't plan on seeing a Phillies baseball game unless you buy tickets weeks, if not months, in advance. They've sold out every single game for almost two years, and tickets are actually going FASTER this year.

Flyers tickets should be purchased in advance as well, but will probably be less of a problem.

Philadelphia Sixers tickets should be no problem at all, unless they're playing a big name team.

As much as I love Philly, I don't recommend trying to see either NY or DC as day trips from Philly. You'll lose too much time in your commute, and there's just too much to see in both of these other places.

Re: visit philadelphia

by 5thru

Hi,I'm so glad you want to visit Philly. I love this city. I can't show you around but, I have a few good tips that I will share on a traveloge I'm starting. But, right now what I can say is go to Pat's for a cheesesteak-you have to get one in Philly and you can order in any language there.

Travel Tips for Philadelphia

Cheesesteaks and other foods

by Editcadet

Hi, Geno's and Pat's are really the tourists destination hub for cheesesteaks. Being from Philly, I would recommend Tony Luke's or Jim Steaks on South Street, both are very good. The Reading Terminal is also a great place to start if you are looking for different types of food. If you are looking for any restaurants to go to, Philadelphia Magazine just released their top 50 restaurant guide. I believe you can find it at www.phillymag.com.

Good luck!

Helpful (Official) Websites Of The City

by jltan

Philly Fun Guide:

http://www.phillyfunguide.com/calendar/home.do

This is a helpful website to visit before you leave for Philadelphia. They have a very comprehensive list of activities for the Philadelphia region.

Official Philadelphia Tourism Website:

http://www.gophila.com

Center City by Districts: Convention/Washington Sq

by ringleader

If you plan to stay in the city to sight-see, perhaps I can acquaint you with the layout of the city. There are a number of center city districts:

Adjacent to the west of Old Town/Cultural District is the Convention Center District and the Washington Square District. (The Lights of Liberty Center is just across the border in Washington Square District from the Old City District.) The Convention Center District has (voila!) the Convention Center, Chinatown, African American Museum, The Gallery (shopping), and a number of hotels including Travelodge, Hampton Inn, Marriott, and Courtyard. The Washington Square District is the home of Thomas Jefferson University, Jeweler's Row, Antique Row, Lord and Talylor (shopping), Forrest and Walnut Street Theaters, Lights of Liberty Center, and Washington Square (tomb of the unknown soldier). Hotels in this area include Holiday Inn Express, Loews, Alexander Inn, Doubletree.

The home of Betsy Ross

by Pawtuxet

This is a wonderful little house and the costumed guides are excellent. We thoroughly enjoyed talking to "Betsy" who played her role very authentically. I enjoyed the kitchen of the house because I'm still collecting tools for our restored fireplace. I felt right at home.

Ben Franklin Parkway

by acemj

The Ben Franklin Parkway connects City Hall with the Philadelphia Museum of Art and also is a conduit between Center City and Fairmount Park. Along the way, you'll find the Franklin Institute, the Free Library, the Rodin Museum, the Cathdral of S.S. Peter and Paul and other interesting sights. Originally, it was supposed to be Philly's version of the Champs Elysees, but I wouldn't go so far to draw that comparison.

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 Days Inn Roosevelt Blvd

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Address: 4200 Roosevelt Boulevard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19124, United States