Let's get straight to the point for this hotel; a stay here comes with many "trimmings," including free internet access, a smoke free environment, plush bedding, and room service from 6 am to 11 pm. Guest quarters are furnished with 1920s flair that is sophisticated and stylish. Each room comes equipped with coffee makers, big screen smart TV, high ceilings, marble bathrooms, and generous windows. And this this historic property has another key perk, a splendid fitness option.
The first floor fitness center's 12-foot ceilings, large windows and huge space are fantastic and all the machines inside are well maintained and up to date. Life Fitness is the brand of choice and there are treads, ellipticals, and bikes along with stack-loaded machines and dumbbells for strength enthusiasts.
Swimmers will need to look off-site as The Notary is not notable for a lapper. A fabulous pool is locatred downtown at the Sporting Club, but entry costs a cool $50 for a day pass. Of course, there's much more than a pool there! Joggers should consider a run along our recommended Fairmount Park route or our group run recommendation.