With a stay at Residence Inn by Marriott Philadelphia Montgomery in North Wales, you'll be within the vicinity of Graeme Park and Harold F. Pitcairn Wings of Freedom Museum. This hotel is within the region of Speed Raceway and Elmwood Park Zoo.
Make yourself at home in one of the air-conditioned rooms featuring fireplaces. Kitchens are outfitted with refrigerators, microwaves, and dishwashers. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include safes and complimentary newspapers, as well as phones with voice mail.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Be sure to enjoy recreational amenities including an indoor pool and a fitness facility. Additional amenities include gift shops/newsstands, a hair salon, and shopping on site.
While enjoying a refreshing dip in the hotel pool, you can order your favorite drink at the poolside bar.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, business services, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference/meeting rooms and a meeting/conference room. Free parking is available onsite.
Every day of the summer, the backdoor of Anner's Pantry swings open to accept boxes of fresh, fragrant vegetables from organic farms. Out front, an herb garden has overtaken the lawn. Inside, the staff sorts organic produce, meats, poultry, fish, and dairy products. To help their members streamline shopping trips, they organize products into market bags. Available in produce and meat options, the bags' contents change based on what's in season. Fruit and veggie sacks may include watermelon, corn, bananas, broccoli, avocados, and pamphlets from the Tomato is a Vegetable League. The Meat and More bag brims with refrigerator staples such as organic butter and free range, antibiotic- and hormone-free eggs and meats. Alongside the bags, staffers include simple, wholesome recipes and tips on washing, cutting, and preparing more eclectic items.
Jason Harris brews classic American pale ales right alongside his own patented version of watermelon beer, illustrating his passion for both traditional techniques and forward-thinking beer recipes. The company he started in 1992, Keystone Homebrew Supply, now employs a staff of similarly dedicated crafters who are wise in the ways and means of making your own beer, wine, cheese, mead, honey, and flavored play-doh. In addition to stocking all the required equipment and ingredients, Keystone's 23,000-square-foot location in Montgomeryville also hosts classes that inspire amateurs to cook up their own tipples and cheeses.
Starting in 1998 in the Philadelphia suburbs, the women behind Art of Exotic Dancing have strutted and hip-rolled their way to the forefront of a surge of interest in fun, sensual movement. Dedicated to fostering a comfortable space where all participants feel safe, the certified instructors proffer encouragement and reassurance as they teach dances that emphasize self-expression, personal power, and natural movement. Women learn to dance to a full song during the 90-minute CoreMoves class, while the Signature Workshop fortifies confidence via flirtatious techniques such as sensual walking and slow-motion winking.
As one of the largest authorized retailers for AT&T, Mobile Communications Systems equips conversers with phones, accessories, and services to fit various lifestyles. Requiring a two-year agreement for activation and upgrades, the plethora of impressive phones—including GoPhones, data phones, smart phones, and 4G phones—assures that talk meets its technological match. Smart phones, including the Samsung Captivate ($99), impersonate small computers with 16 GB of memory, a keyboard touch screen, and that new microprocessor smell. Built from recycled plastics, the Samsung Evergreen ($69.99) supports mp3 files and graces fingertips with a QWERTY keyboard. For more advanced technophiles, the 4G Motorola Atrix's ($199.99) 4" screen displays crisp videos powered by a dual core 1GHz processor, and the 4G HTC Inspire ($99.99) runs on Android 2.2 OS and records videos in 720 HD.
The independent-music outpost Siren Records puts a swing in the step and fresh slabs of vinyl in the backpacks of music aficionados thanks to racks stuffed with more than 200,000 new and vintage LPs and CDs. A seemingly endless array of rock, jazz, country, and psychedelic sonics from treasured imprints awaits crate diggers. Discern the difference between acoustic and electric didgeridoos with albums such as Joni Mitchell's Court and Spark LP ($24.99) and Screeching Weasel's latest punk salvo, First World Manifesto, or legally adopt singles from other countries such as The Chameleons' "Tears" ($22.99), or The Smashing Pumpkins' "1979" 12-inch ($39.99).