Located on the site of the former Philadelphia Stock Exchange, this 14-story hotel is in the central business district, 0.2 mile from Rittenhouse Square, and close to Pennsylvania Convention Center.
Located in Center City, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Art Institute of Philadelphia and Ben Franklin National Memorial. Liberty Bell Center and Independence Hall are also within 1 mi (2 km).
This hotel is less than a mile from the Philadelphia International Airport and just over 8 miles from downtown Philadelphia attractions.
Located 1 block east of Rittenhouse Square, this Philadelphia hotel is set amid smart shops and art galleries; Liberty Place office towers, Walnut Street restaurants, and Broad Street theaters are within 5 blocks.
This modern, budget-friendly hotel is opposite the Philadelphia Convention Center and a 6-minute cab ride from the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. Guests can walk 3 blocks to Reading Terminal Market, or hop on the metro at Race-Vine Station, a 4-minute stroll from the hotel.
This suburban Philadelphia hotel is adjacent to Valley Forge Convention Center and overlooks Valley Forge National Park; it is connected to the Valley Forge Casino Resort. Several corporate parks & the King of Prussia Mall are nearby.
This hotel is across from the Philadelphia Free Library, and 1 block from Comcast and Verizon buildings. The world famous Barnes Foundation Museum is just 3 blocks away, and the Franklin Institute Science Museum, the Museum of Art, and the Rodin Museum are also nearby.
Located in Old City, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Elfreth's Alley, Independence Hall, and Liberty Bell Center. Pennsylvania Convention Center and Reading Terminal Market are also within 2 mi (3 km).
A city does not earn a venerable nickname like the "Birthplace of America" without having some incredible stories. In Philadelphia, these stories include some of the country’s most iconic historical landmarks, delectable cuisines from around the world, and the sort of nightlife that makes everyone feel like a local. But you know all this, don’t you, traveler? You are already going in search of places to stay in Philadelphia, after all. What you may not know is exactly what each neighborhood and hotel can offer an intrepid explorer like yourself, so read on.
There is one neighborhood that is so popular, it deserves its very own review. Downtown Philadelphia has much to explore, and you won’t want to miss a thing.
When poet Nathaniel Parker Willis said "Philadelphia is a city to be happy in," we think he was referring to its beautiful Center City area. Focused around Rittenhouse Square, downtown is the place to be for culture connoisseurs, with al fresco dining, upscale shopping, art galleries, and of course, history.
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