"Relaxing weekend getaway"
This hotel lived up to its reviews. Gorgeous lobby, parking in the garage was easy, front desk people were very nice. They Let us check in a little early which was nice. Room was super clean and cozy. The hotel is in the middle of everything so you can walk mostly anywhere. And if don't want to drive, like we didn't, grab an uber. Very pleased with the hotel. Will deff be back again :)!
"Excellent value and service"
Booked this via Expedia and it equated to about £50 a night. It was an absolutely perfect location and would say its a 4* hotel. Service was brilliant, onsite parking ($38 per day) and couldn't be better for exploring Philly. Steak house & the cafe in the hotel aren't actually part of the hotel but are also excellent, if a little pricey.
"Great renovated hotel"
I had not been to the Warwick since the 1980's, when the hottest dance club, The Polo Club was there. So imagine my surprise to see this old hotel transformed into a New York inspired boutique hotel! The lobby was warm but contemporary. Rooms were nicely updated! Beds were comfortable with upgraded linens, new carpet and furniture. Bathroom were still a little dated with old tub/shower combinations. The hotel is very conveniently located and was a bargain for that part of town! Wouldn't hesitate to stay here again!
"Perfect location and amenities needed for a business trip"
I stayed at the Warwick for a 3 day business trip. Most of my meetings were in downtown/Rittenhouse area which is easily walkable, so I did not have to drive at all once I parked in the hotel garage. Great room service options. I spent a lot of time working in the cafe/cofee shop in the lobby which is lovely. I highly recommend this hotel!
"Very nice Hotel with up-to-date fine furnishings"
We stayed on the 10th floor in a Junior Suite King Bed room. We were on the southwest end of the hotel floor in room 1007. We payed $50 for 2 days of access to the club. We also valet parked our car. $40 vice $38 for self-park. Note they have raised the valet park rate to $45/night so it isn't as much a clear choice. However if you booked your reservation when it was $40/night and it says so on your reservations, they will honor it and give you a $5.00 credit/night off the valet rate. You do need to have a copy of your reservation though. The room was very nice with updated furniture. Comfortable and a good desk for a computer. The wireless internet seemed fast. You do need to sign in daily. They do only provide the minimum number of towels for the number of guests. I am not complaining, just alerting readers to not be surprised. I myself, reuse towels for many days and do not understand the need to provide freshly washed towels daily. Now if you used the towels to make a mess, I assume a call to housekeeping would solve the problem but I didn't need to do anything like this. The view to the south out of our room was very nice and open. It snowed during most of our stay so it was nice to have a very open view out of our room. The Kimmel Center was off to our left. The southern corner of Rittenhouse Square could be seen off the the extreme right out of our room windows. Directly to the south were a few high rises but it was mostly a clear view of Philadelphia to the south with the Platt Bridge going over the Schuylkill River near to it's confluence with the Delaware River. Two rivers that are and were very important to Philadelphia. It was cold and windy but I did do a complete walk around Rittenhouse Square during the snow. People were out but bundled up. It was windy. One person hawking for donations outside McDonalds but otherwise very pleasant The hotel is very convenient to Rittenhouse Square and the nearby shopping in downtown Philadelphia with many restaurants all around. The lobby was very nice with white globes hanging above and the check-in desk prominently on display as you walk in. The restaurants are to the left as you come in the primary entrance. The Prime Rib is a very good steak house. They also have seafood. I had an 8 ounce Filet Mignon. It was very good. We also had sides of baked potato and spinach. I had the chocolate mousse cake for dessert. I also had french onion soup to start the meal. I find french onion soup ideal for a winter day. The lobby also has a full service barber/haircare establishment downstairs. I did not try the Bluestone Lane Restaurant. The club provides a very good breakfast with cooked eggs, sausage or bacon or both, as well as fruit, juices, toasts, english muffins, etc., oatmeal and coffees/teas. For the evenings you get a filing food, one day it was tapas with various drinks and cookies. In the evenings there is bear and mixed drinks as well as sodas and water. We had no problems at this hotel and the room and it's furnishings were in very good shape. The tub is fairly deep so I took a bath. I find baths to be relaxing. The bed was fairly firm. Otherwise no problems on this trip.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM