The Inn at Penn is a lovely hotel at which I would not hesitate to stay again. I stayed for one night in January using a Q4 free night certificate. Location: It is in the University City neighborhood of Philadelphia, surrounded by University of Pennsylvania buildings. There is a SEPTA (light rail) station on the corner. Amtrak’s 30th St Station is about a mile away. Because it is not in the heart of downtown, this is not the most centrally located HHonors property for sightseeing. Rooms: The rooms have been recently renovated and are both modern and comfortable. Like some of the other recently renovated property, you need to keep a key in the slot by the door to activate the lights, so get a second key. Status recognition: No status recognition by the desk as a Diamond, other than being asked if I wanted points or breakfast. When I returned in the evening, however, there had been turn-down service (I don’t know if this is normal or a status perk). The ice bucket was filled, bottles of water had been placed on the desk, a robe was laid out on the bed, and chocolates were on the pillows. This was a first for me at a standard Hilton property. Food: The Inn at Penn had one of the best breakfast buffets I’ve had at Hilton. There was an extensive selection of delicious baked goods, made-to-order omelets and griddle items, etc. Public spaces: The lobbies and library have an older beauty to them, with a lot of elegant wood. It’s a nice place to relax.