New guidance issued by the City of Philadelphia to help stop the spread of COVID-19 temporarily limits dining to takeout and to-go options only. In the airport, travelers have access to many of PHL Food & Shops’ award-winning concessions. Thanks to an ongoing partnership between the Airport Marriott and MarketPlace PHL, hotel guests can order from orderatphl.com and have food from participating PHL restaurants delivered to the hotel’s front desk.
“We’re pleased that we can work with the Marriott to provide access to great food options while dine-in is not an option,” said Megan O’Connell, MarketPlace PHL Marketing and Customer Service Manager. “Guests, including many airline crew members, stay at the Marriott because it is conveniently connected to the airport at Terminal B. But without dine-in service, getting a bite to eat isn’t easy. Orderatphl.com offers something for everyone.”
Ordering and delivery to the Marriott from PHL will be available weekdays from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. until November 30. Those hours could change in December, based on guest demand.
MarketPlace PHL previously offered delivery service to the Marriott in April and May, when passenger volume was low, the hotel’s kitchen was closed and guests had few dining options. “Chickie’s and Pete’s was a great help during that time. Because of the success of that program, we were confident that orderatphl.com would do well, too,” said O’Connell. During the spring program, there were 1,300 contactless orders to Chickie’s and Pete’s through the Grab platform. Those incremental orders propelled PHL to the number 1 grossing US airport on Grab between April 1 and May 31 out of 30 other participating airports.
For more information on mobile ordering and food delivery to your airport gate or at the Marriott, visit orderatphl.com.