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Residence Inn by Marriott Philadelphia Langhorne - Langhorne Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Residence Inn by Marriott Philadelphia Langhorne

15 Cabot Blvd East, Langhorne - Map
"Awesome hotel close to Sesame Place"
We really enjoyed our stay at the Residence Inn. Food selection for the continental breakfast is good. It's nice that the room has a dining table so the kids can eat in the room while we get ready in the morning. The bed was nice and comfy. We would definitely be back!
Traveller from Boston, MA
Located in Oxford Valley, this aparthotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Sesame Place, Oxford Valley Mall, and Oxford Valley Golf …More
Sheraton Bucks County Hotel - Langhorne Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Sheraton Bucks County Hotel

400 Oxford Valley Rd, Langhorne - Map
"Club lounge "
We upgraded to the lounge and thought it was worth for drinks (water,soda and milk). The snack were okay but it was awkward to be in there with a staff member while you ate.
A Traveller
This Langhorne hotel provides a complimentary shuttle to Sesame Place theme park, located across the street. Philadelphia's …More
HYATT house Philadelphia/Plymouth Meeting - Norristown Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

HYATT house Philadelphia/Plymouth Meeting

501 E Germantown Pike, Norristown - Map
We arrived a few minutes before the end of the social hour (free dinner on weekdays), so the staff kindly made up plates and delivered it to hour room. The suite was very comfortable, with the separate sleeping and living spaces. The coffee served at breakfast was not too our tastes, but the rooms have coffee pots and a different coffee that we liked better, so a non-issue; also the teas and juices were excellent.
A Traveller
The HYATT house Philadelphia/Plymouth Meeting is in quiet Bentwood Business Park in Norristown, around 35 minutes’ drive from …More
Motel 6 Philadelphia Airport - Essington - Essington Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Motel 6 Philadelphia Airport - Essington

43 Industrial Hwy, Essington - Map
"Good hotel for the price. "
Stayed for 1 night with friends. Overall, room was clean and quiet. Smelled good, heating/ ac and tv worked. Bed was clean but the mattress was a bit uncomfortable. A little too hard for my liking. Other than that a pleasant stay, close to the highway and a few eating spots right next door.
Traveller from NYC
Situated near the airport, this motel is 3 mi (4.9 km) from Widener University and within 9 mi (15 km) of Wells Fargo Center …More
Staybridge Suites Royersford Valley Forge - Royersford Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Staybridge Suites Royersford Valley Forge

88 Anchor Pkwy, Royersford - Map
"Excellent hotel"
Excellent hotel with friendly staff, clean and quiet rooms, they offered a lot of free amenities like free breakfast buffet (eggs, sausage, bacon, waffles, bagels, ceral, coffee, juice) and free dinner (cheeseburgers, hot dogs, chili, salad bar, beer). It was great they also offered free laundry. Great gym and pool. Very close to restaurants and shopping. Best feature of the hotel is the full kitchen with full fridge, stove, microwave, dishwasher, coffee maker and sink. 10 out of 10 stars
philtrip2012 from Birmingham, AL, USA
Situated in Royersford, this aparthotel is 3.1 mi (4.9 km) from Spring Hollow Golf Club and within 6 mi (10 km) of Isaac …More
Residence Inn Philadelphia Montgomeryville - North Wales Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Residence Inn Philadelphia Montgomeryville

1110 Bethlehem Pike, North Wales - Map
4.4 out of 5 (79 reviews)
Situated in North Wales, this hotel is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from The Stoogeum and within 6 mi (10 km) of Act II Playhouse and …More
Residence Inn by Marriott Philadelphia Conshohocken - Conshohocken Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Residence Inn by Marriott Philadelphia Conshohocken

191 Washington St, Conshohocken - Map
"Nice hotel close to NBOME center"
It is a 5-10 minute walk to the NBOME center which is nice. Certainly overpriced for the hotel/location/commodities but they know their demographic and know that medical students want to be near the testing center. Front desk staff were wonderful (especially Logan who was kind enough to help me sort out a minor snafu). The town isn't much but enough to get dinner from. They have a food-truck agreement where the trucks come to the hotel which is actually pretty awesome. They are about 2 blocks from the SEPTA line which is very convenient. The room itself was spacious and decently clean. The heating/air conditioning unit made a noise on and off all night but I was able to sleep through it - may be a deal breaker if you are a very light sleeper. Nothing amazing for the price besides the convenience of location honestly, but it would not be bad if you are a family of 4 trying to get 1 room (again, spacious).
A Traveller
Situated on a river, this aparthotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Villanova University, King of Prussia Mall, and Bryn Mawr …More
The Conwell Inn - Philadelphia Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

The Conwell Inn

1331 Polett Walk, Philadelphia - Map
"Good stay."
Great room, very clean, nice staff. My only complaint was they didn't have coffee in the lobby. That was disappointing, everything else was great.
A Traveller
Situated in Philadelphia, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Temple University, Liberty Bell Center, and Independence Hall …More
Loews Philadelphia Hotel - Philadelphia Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Loews Philadelphia Hotel

1200 Market St, Philadelphia - Map
"Nice hotel at a great location"
We reserved a King room but since no King was available at time of check in, we were upgraded to a Deluxe King. Very nice room with great views. Great breakfast and very good service.
Traveller from San Jose CA
The Loews Philadelphia Hotel enjoys a prime location in downtown Philadelphia, 1 block from City Hall and Reading Terminal …More
Four Points By Sheraton Philadelphia Airport - Philadelphia Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Four Points By Sheraton Philadelphia Airport

4101a Island Ave, Philadelphia - Map
3.9 out of 5 (36 reviews)
Less than 2 miles from the Philadelphia airport via complimentary 24-hour shuttle, this hotel is also 8 miles via interstate …More

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    Philadelphia Pet Friendly Hotel Guide

    From the narrow blocks of South Philly with its friendly residents talking to each other on the stoops of their row homes, to the Great Northeast and its tree-lined streets, Philadelphia is a city of wonderful, unique neighborhoods that beg to be explored. The area is very walkable, so you and Bark Twain can take advantage of the many dog-friendly hotels in Philadelphia—such as the Red Roof Inn-Oxford Valley —to serve as home base on your historical voyage through the City of Brotherly Love. Along the way, not only will you discover the place where American democracy was born, you’ll encounter open parks where you can play fetch, enjoy a pint of beer brewed from the recipe of our Founding Fathers, and sample a deliciously greasy cheesesteak.

    What are the best historical sites to visit in Philadelphia?

    In a city renowned for its history, it can be difficult to select which historical sites to visit. Luckily, many pet-friendly hotels in Philadelphia, like The Warwick Hotel in Rittenhouse Square are centrally located. You can easily take most of them in during a stroll around the Old City neighborhood. Here are some of the best:

    • Independence Hall: No trip to Philadelphia would be complete without a visit to the building where the Declaration of Independence was signed.
    • Liberty Bell: Just outside of Independence Hall, you’ll find the enduring symbol of American freedom, infamous crack and all.
    • National Constitution Center: Two blocks north of the Liberty Bell, you’ll find a museum dedicated to the other historical document associated with the city and significant to the nation as a whole.
    • Reading Terminal Market: After you’ve filled up on revolutionary history, head seven blocks down Market Street to sample the wares of local farmers, craftsmen, and chefs at this renovated train station.
    • Mütter Museum: The collection of medical oddities at the College of Physicians exhibit include parts of Einstein’s brain, an array of skulls, and antique medical instruments.

    How do you find authentic cheesesteak in Philly?

    The Declaration of Independence states that all men are created equal. That is not the case with cheesesteaks, however. Equally important to seeing the Liberty Bell is enjoying a proper cheesesteak. If you want a truly authentic shaved rib-eye on a traditional Amoroso roll, we recommend the following spots:

    • Pat’s King of Steaks: When you want authentic, go to the original. Pat’s has been serving them up since 1930. That is a lot of beef!
    • Geno’s Steaks: Directly across the awkwardly angled intersection from Pat’s is Geno’s—the other South Philly classic. Make sure you order properly or they’ll send you to the back of the line to try again. (Just say “Whiz with” for a steak sandwich covered in melted Cheez Whiz and fried onions.)
    • Dalessandro’s: If you ask a local for the best steak in the city, they’ll send you to Dalessandro’s in the Roxborough neighborhood. It’s worth the trip from anywhere in the city.

    When you use Travelocity to book your vacation to “The City That Loves You Back,” you can start a revolution against high prices and write your own Declaration of Savings on your pick of Philadelphia pet-friendly hotels. Either that, or you can treat Bark Twain to a second cheesesteak.