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Loews Philadelphia Hotel - Philadelphia Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$229

Loews Philadelphia Hotel

1200 Market St, Philadelphia - Map
 
 
"Cool building and location. Strange noises"
We loved the building's character and the room was great! The only thing I couldn't figure out was the strange alarm sounds that we heard two mornings in a row. They may have come from the street below, but they were a bit startling. Everything else about this hotel was wonderful! The staff, the location, the cleaning all top notch and I would definitely stay here again.
Traveller from Battle Ground, WA
The Loews Philadelphia Hotel enjoys a prime location in downtown Philadelphia, 1 block from City Hall and Reading Terminal …More
The Latham Hotel - Philadelphia Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Latham Hotel

135 S 17th St, Philadelphia - Map
 
 
"Exceeded our expectations! "
Beautiful hotel. Friendly staff, personal driver, THE most comfortable hotel bed EVER! Gorgeous room and bathroom. Location was close to everything you need within walking distance. My husband and I still dream about staying at the Latham hotel. It was that good.
Traveller from Fort Lauderdale
In the heart of downtown Philadelphia, the historic Latham Hotel is located near popular museums and theatres and close to …More
Palomar Philadelphia, a Kimpton Hotel - Philadelphia Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Palomar Philadelphia, a Kimpton Hotel

117 S 17th St, Philadelphia - Map
 
 
"Very clean and fresh looking"
This hotel was amazing!!! The staff was so nice and sweet to us. From the minute we walked in, I actually felt like they wanted to have me, The room was clean, fresh, and seemed to be kept-up well (no broken things or mold!). Huge flatscreen TV!!! A very spacious room, had 2 beds and didn't feel small or cramped. No noise in middle of the night, a peaceful sleep! No rude awakenings in the morning from housekeeping or anything like that. GREAT LOCATION!! One piece of advice: Do not use their valet parking for $45 overnight!! That's extremely high!! Park on the street. Meters start at 8am and you can put in time for 2 hours at a time ($3/hr). So park on the street overnight then use it as a meter at 8am. Or there is a parking garage right down the block for $30 overnight (still less than theirs). Overall, LOVED this hotel!! Would definitely stay here again!! (Side note- I paid $205 for 1 night which is on the pricier side but the service and quality was SO worth it!) Delete review
Traveller from Brooklyn, NY
Located in Center City, Philadelphia, this romantic hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Art Institute of Philadelphia, Ben …More
Club Quarters in Philadelphia - Philadelphia Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Club Quarters in Philadelphia

1628 Chestnut St, Philadelphia - Map
 
 
"Great hotel at the perfect location in City Center"
Hotel was very nice but what impressed my wife and I the most was the hotel staff. They were friendly and always there to help. Very well trained in guest services.
Traveller from Baltimore
Club Quarters is a full service, club-like hotel in a prime location opposite Liberty Place – Philadelphia’s epicenter of …More
Monaco Philadelphia, a Kimpton Hotel - Philadelphia Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Monaco Philadelphia, a Kimpton Hotel

433 Chestnut St., Philadelphia - Map
 
 
"Overnight week-end stay"
The rooms are great. Hip and stylish. Great value for money!!
Traveller from Alexandria, Virginia
Located in Old City, Philadelphia, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Congress Hall, Independence Hall, and Liberty Bell …More
Sonesta Hotel Philadelphia - Philadelphia Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Sonesta Hotel Philadelphia

1800 Market St, Philadelphia - Map
 
 
"Fantastic and modern"
A great room for a great price. Modern sleek and comfortable I recommend to my family and friends. Easy access to everything.
Traveller from pa
Located in the center of Philadelphia, this family-friendly hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Art Institute of …More
Omni Hotel Independence Park - Philadelphia Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$219

Omni Hotel Independence Park

401 Chestnut St, Philadelphia - Map
 
 
"Great location but bizarre room."
I booked a room with a king bed and pull out sofa. Didn't need the sofa but it came with the room. I arrived late and check in was fine. The bellman escorted me to the top floor and I realized I was given the presidential suite. It sounds glamorous and spacious, but in the middle of the room was a pull out sofa bed made up for sleeping. I probably should have requested a change if room, but it was late. I had a long and uncomfortable night on the sofa bed. The bathroom was adequate and there was an adjoining meeting room, but no additional bedroom. Not sure I would book with Travelocity again if this could happen another time.
A Traveller
Located in the center of the Old City and Society Hill, this hotel is 3 doors down from Buddakan restaurant, 1 block from the …More
Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia - Philadelphia Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
$469

Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia

1 Logan Square, Philadelphia - Map
 
 
"Posh with excellent food."
Our room furnishing style was conservative, but the balcony w/table and chairs eliminated any lack of pizazz we might have felt. The bed was not heavenly, just average, and there were no free water bottles in the room, but it was spanking clean.  The free car service within a mile of the hotel was sporadically  available. 
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Located on Logan Circle, this hotel is 3 blocks from the Franklin Institute Science Museum, 1 mile from the Philadelphia …More
Penn's View Hotel - Philadelphia Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Penn's View Hotel

14 N Front St, Philadelphia - Map
 
 
"Cozy, comfortable Old Town location"
Stayed here overnight to get an early jump on the Flower Show. Parking at a commercial lot adjoining the hotel. Location within walking distance of Historic District, a variety of restaurants/bars and eclectic shopping. We did not dine in the hotel's popular Italian restaurant, but they have a great self-serve breakfast buffet in the morning + newspaper. We had a queen bed room on the 5th floor overlooking the Interstate and Market Street. From the balcony, we thought the traffic noise would be a problem, but closing the balcony door (it was winter!) and with the room heater on, we never heard the traffic. The room was compact, but not too squeezed. The bathroom was roomy due to it's layout. The bed was very comfortable. The only complaint my wife had was that the room lacked room darkening curtains - she is sensitive to light when trying to sleep. According to the front desk person, blinds and sheer curtains are used in windows as rooms are renovated. If you're sensitive to light while you're sleeping, bring a sleep mask. Other than that - it was clean, comfortable and convenient - and is the first place we look at when we stay in Philly... And we should try the restaurant, too. I recommend this hotel to friends who are staying in the city.
Traveller from Annapolis, MD
Located in Old City, Philadelphia, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Christ Church, Independence Hall, and Liberty …More
The Rittenhouse - Philadelphia Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Rittenhouse

210 W Rittenhouse Sq, Philadelphia - Map
 
 
Located in Center City, Philadelphia, this romantic hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Rittenhouse Square, Ben Franklin National …More

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    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Hotel Guide

    From historic urban hotels, to country bed and breakfast inns, Philadelphia shows her multitasking muscle with solid hotel choices in several levels of hospitality. City fixes are plentiful, with a plush list of luxury Philadelphia hotel addresses mixed with affordable boutiques, bed and breakfasts, and national chains.

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    Many Philadelphia hotels in the city center provide access to exercise equipment on-site or with membership to nearby gyms. Several smaller boutique hotels provide a more intimate stay, with similar historic emphasis and edgy style.

    A renaissance of sorts has come to many of the near neighborhoods, inspiring a host of creative Philadelphia hotels with personalities all their own. Consider the East Passyunk district, named one of the 10 best foodie streets in America, or the Callow Hill district’s creative vibe, for rooms with both a good view and a little panache. Fishtown is another area that has come into its own, dovetailing the city’s most vibrant music, art, and culinary scenes into a hugely flavorful neighborhood. Its narrow streets, row homes, and unique shops are the perfect choice for a more eclectic stay in Philadelphia.

    Venturing out to Philadelphia’s surrounding Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery Counties, lodging options are also great areas to explore as well.

    Hotels in Philadelphia

    The birthplace of the cheesesteak and the United States Constitution, Philadelphia is rich in history and culture. If you're planning a trip to the City of Brotherly Love, you can find great deals on Philadelphia hotels. In Philadelphia, most of the hotels are located in the Center City neighborhood, which is the city's central business district, right in the middle of all the action, and a great area to explore on foot. If you're coming in through the Philadelphia airport, hotels are also located close by. When you save money by booking flights and accommodations on Travelocity, you can experience more of what this great city has to offer.

    History

    Philadelphia is a city rich in history and is home to many national historic sites. The city is often called the "Birthplace of America" due to its role in the Revolutionary War and the development of the United States Constitution. People who are interested in early United States history will especially love the sites. The Liberty Bell Center is open year-round and features exhibits about this famous symbol of freedom as well as the iconic bell. Independence Hall, the location where the Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution were adopted, can be seen in the distance behind the Liberty Bell.

    Another national historic landmark is the Eastern State Penitentiary, a former prison that is open to the public as a museum for tours that are conducted throughout the year. The building is known for its ominous, looming appearance (some believe it to be haunted) and for housing some of the nation's most notorious criminals. If you're visiting Philadelphia in the fall, be sure to check out the "Terror Behind the Walls" haunted house event.

    Fine Art

    As with many other major cities, Philadelphia has its fair share of museums. The Philadelphia Museum of Art is one of the largest art museums in the country and has a collection of more than 227,000 objects spanning 2,000 years. The museum also holds special exhibitions throughout the year. At The Barnes Foundation, you can find works by Impressionist and Modernist masters like Monet, Renoir, van Gogh, and Matisse. The Woodmere Art Museum showcases the artistic achievements of local Philadelphia artists and has free admission on Sunday. In fact, much of the art of Philadelphia can be seen entirely for free. Philadelphia has more public art than any other city in the United States. Scattered throughout the city, you can find sculptures, memorials, murals, and more.

    Performance Art

    The Avenue of the Arts in Center City is home to Philadelphia's theater district. In this vibrant community, you can find the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, which is home to the Philadelphia Orchestra. The Merriam Theater is owned by the University of the Arts and features performances by students of their dance and music programs as well as touring Broadway shows. The Wilma Theater is another popular venue that puts on original productions.

    For Kids

    If you're traveling with kids, there is plenty for them to do in Philadelphia. The Please Touch Museum at Memorial Hall is a great place to take the kids. Essentially a gigantic playground, this museum offers plenty of interactive exhibits aimed at children aged seven years and younger. Another great attraction that people of all ages can enjoy is the Philadelphia Zoo. This is the oldest zoo in America and is home to more than 1,000 animals. The Franklin Institute is a science museum and features several kid-friendly, educational exhibits related to many different branches of science.

    Nature

    Although it's a major city, there is certainly not a shortage of green spaces in Philadelphia. In fact, it has one of the largest urban park systems. Fairmount Park boasts more than 9,200 acres of natural landscape and is home to the Shofuso Japanese House and Garden, the Philadelphia Zoo, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Rittenhouse Square is a busy neighborhood square surrounded by many trendy shops, bars, and cafes and luxury real estate. There are plenty of park benches throughout the square, and it is a popular people-watching destination. Nature-lovers who are physically active can rent a bike and ride along the 12-mile Schuylkill River Bike Path.

    Food

    Philly has an eclectic food scene with many fine dining establishments. New American cuisine, French, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Cuban, vegetarian… no matter what you're in the mood for, you can find it in Philadelphia. Some of the most popular fine dining spots are Bibou, Tinto, Sbraga, and Serpico. For a taste of history, make sure you stop at the City Tavern. Since rebuilt, the original historic tavern was the unofficial meeting place of the First Continental Congress. Today, you can still get the colonial experience, as waiters in period dress serve food inspired by the cuisine of the time. In an effort to maintain a historically accurate depiction of the era, cell phones are not allowed in the restaurant.

    If this is your first time visiting Philadelphia, you can't go home without first trying the famous Philly cheesesteak. This culinary creation was first invented at Pat's King of Steaks, which is still open for business today. Geno's Steaks, located right across the street, is another famous cheesesteak joint. Philadelphia is also famed for its soft pretzels. If you want to eat out like a native Philadelphian, hit up one of the top brunch spots, like Sabrina's Cafe or Morning Glory Diner. Of course, no meal is complete without dessert. Philadelphia's Capogiro was named as the top place to eat ice cream by National Geographic. Their gelato is made from fresh, local ingredients and features unique flavors that you won't be able to find anywhere else.

    When to Visit

    People visit Philadelphia year-round, but the busiest time is during the summer. If you're planning on traveling during peak tourist season, be sure to reserve a room well in advance in order to get the best rates on hotels in Philadelphia, PA. The cheapest time to travel is during the winter due to the frigid conditions, with average low temperatures in the 20s. If you want to avoid the crowds and find the best deals on cheap hotels in Philadelphia, this is the time to visit. Spring is a pleasant time to visit, but it's still a little chilly during March and April. In spite of this, you can find great rates on Philadelphia hotels and flights during the spring months with Travelocity.

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