Hotels in Philadelphia

Hotels in Philadelphia offer a mix of history and contemporary in a locale nickname “The City of Brotherly Love”. Known for its cheesesteaks, its colonial history, its sports teams, its museums and its cuisine, Philadelphia once represented the birthplace of the United States of America, a place where the founding fathers wrote the United States Constitution, as well as the Declaration of Independence. The city’s most influential residents have included  William Penn, Benjamin Franklin, Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Paine, Milton Hershey and Edgar Allen Poe. Rocky is arguably the city’s most beloved movie. Each New Year’s Day, the Mummers Parade takes place in Philadelphia. Hotels in Philadelphia are some of the best you’ll find on the eastern seaboard. Before we get to hotels in Philadelphia, let’s take a look at some background information on the area to help you along the way.

America’s first capital city, Philadelphia has a rich history. Prior to Europeans’ arrival circa the early-1600s, Lenape Delaware Indians inhabited the area. The first Europeans to settle were the Dutch, followed by the Swedish. During this time period, England had established settlements in what is now Maryland. Eventually the Dutch took full control from the Swedes, only to be overtaken by the English in 1664. In 1681, William Penn, due to a partial repayment from a debt, was granted a charter from England to procure what would later become the Pennsylvania colony. Penn experienced religious prosecution as a Quaker, which caused him to seek a colony where anyone could worship freely. He named the city “Philadelphia”, which is Greek for “brotherly love”. In the mid-1700s, Benjamin Franklin helped improve city services such as fire protection, and built new structures such as a library and one of the colonies’ first hospitals. Philadelphia was arguably the most influential city during the American Revolution, as it hosted the signing of the Declaration of Indepence, as well as the Constitutional Convention. Additionally, it served as the United States’ first capital from 1790-1800.

The most populous city in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia has a population of over 1.5 million people, making it the sixth-most populated city in the USA. Today, Philadelphia represents the Unites States’ eighth-largest economy. Tourism generates about $12 billion of revenue annually from over 42 million visitors. The city is home to the University of Pennsylvania, an ivy-league research university founded in 1740, whose most notable alumni include Presidents William Henry Harrison and Donald Trump, business magnates William Wrigley, Jr and Elon Musk, investor Warren Buffett, American poet Ezra Pound and casino mogul Steve Wynn. The city’s climate is considered humid subtropical, with average summer highs at around 85 degrees Fahrenheit, and average winter highs around 43 degrees. Major points of interest include Center City, City Hall, College Hall, Penn Campus, Museum of Art, Delancey Street, Society Hill, Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Elfreth’s Alley, Carpenters’ Hall, Second Bank of the United States, 30th Street Station, Italian Market, Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, Philadelphia Stock Exchange, Independence National Historical Park, Temple University, Drexel University, Kimmel Center, Lincoln Financial Field, Wells Fargo Center and Boathouse Row. Popular foods include cheesesteaks, hoagies, soft pretzels, roast pork sandwiches, tastykakes, tomato pie and ice cream.  Now that we have some background information on the area, it’s time for hotels in Philadelphia that will help make for a memorable experience.

 

 

 

The Rittenhouse Hotel

210 West Rittenhouse Square

Hotels in Philadelphia PA

What’s around?

The Rittenhouse Hotel features a fitness center with cardio and free weights, complimentary access to an indoor heated pool and terrace, an award-winning restaurant, British tea and cocktails in a cozy living-room atmosphere and a private outdoor garden. In the area are Lion Crushing a Serpent (sculpture), Tortorice’s Specialty Sandwiches, Lil’ Pop Shop (ice cream shop), Casta Diva BYOB – Rittenhouse (Italian restaurant), The Library Bar, Lacroix Restaurant at The Rittenhouse, Machi Sushi Bar, Scarpetta Philadelphia (restaurant), Dom’s Shoe Services (shoe repair shop), La Colombe Coffee Roasters, Sweet Charlie’s (ice cream shop), Stotesbury Mansion (wedding venue), Tselaine (boutique), Tselaine (boutique), Saxbys Rittenhouse (coffee shop), Ultimo Coffee, St. Patrick’s Church, Cook (bar), Maxx’s Produce (produce) and more.

This location is within feet of Rittenhouse Square, 0.2 miles from Walnut Street and Rosenbach Museum and Library, 0.3 miles from Gallery 339, The Art Institute of Philadelphia and Mutter Museum, 0.5 miles from City Hall, Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, Fairmount Park and The Library Company of Philadelphia, 0.8 miles from Barnes Foundation, 1.1 miles from University of Pennsylvania, 1.2 miles from Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1.9 miles from Philadelphia Zoo, 4.7 miles from Citizens Bank Park and 6.3 miles from Philadelphia International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (executive suite): $952

Cost per person (three people): $318

 

 

 

 

Morris House Hotel

225 South 8th Street

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Walnut Street Theatre

Housed in an 18th century historic building, Morris House Hotel offers charming garden and city views, free WiFi, a continental breakfast and afternoon tea with homemade cookies. Ristorante La Buca (Italian restaurant), Talula’s Garden (restaurant), Talula’s Daily (American restaurant), Le Pain Quotidien (restaurant), Walnut Street Theatre (performing arts theater), Knead Bagels (sandwich shop), Fat Salmon Sushi (restaurant), Sweet Charlie’s (ice cream shop), Café Walnut (coffee shop), The Curtis Atrium (event venue), Washington Square (park), Musical Fund Hall (historical landmark) and more are in the area.

You may find Tomb of the Unknown Soldier of the American Revolution and Walnut Street Theatre 0.1 miles, Liberty Bell, Congress Hall and Atwater Kent Museum 0.2 miles, Independence Hall 0.3 miles, Marine Corps Memorial Museum, New Hall Military Museum, Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens and National Liberty Museum 0.4 miles, Barnes Foundation 1.4 miles, Philadelphia Museum of Art 1.9 miles, University of Pennsylvania 2.1 miles, Temple University 2.4 miles, Philadelphia Zoo 2.7 miles and Philadelphia International Airport 6.8 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (apartment with garden view): $314

Cost per person (three people): $104

 

 

 

 

Manayunk Chambers Guest House

168 Gay Street

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Philadelphia University

Providing free WiFi, air conditioning, a shared lounge, a garden, a continental breakfast, a terrace and bicycle rental service, Manayunk Chambers Guest House can be found close to Artesano Gallery (wedding venue), Artesano Cafe & Bistro, Greg’s Kitchen (brunch restaurant), Lucky’s Last Chance (bar), Tsaocaa (bubble tea store), Cresson Inn (bar), Taqueria Amor (Mexican restaurant), Crust Vegan Bakery, Sorrentino’s Deli, Brazilian Wax and Spa by Claudia, At Ramen MNYK (ramen restaurant), 5th Ave Hair Studio, Chabaa Thai Bistro (Thai restaurant), Pizza Jawn (restaurant), Tbaar (juice shop), SOMO Manayunk (American restaurant), Winnie’s Manayunk (restaurant), New Leaf (Asian restaurant), Ryan’s Pub Manayunk (Irish pub), The Couch Tomato Bistro, The Goat’s Beard (new American restaurant), Manayunk Tavern (American restaurant), Riverside Pizza, Bourbon Blue (American restaurant), Manayunk Bridge Trail (hiking area) and more.

Philadelphia University is 1.7 miles, Saint Joseph’s University is 2.4 miles, Laurel Hill Cemetery and Cliveden are 2.5 miles, Fairmount Park Athletic Field is 3 miles, Mann Center for Performing Arts is 3.1 miles, La Salle University is 3.7 miles, Reyburn Park and Connie Mack Stadium are 3.8 miles, Barnes Foundation is 5.3 miles, Mutter Museum is 5.7 miles, Liberty Bell is 6.6 miles, Citizens Bank Park is 8.9 miles and Philadelphia International Airport is 10.4 miles from here.

Approximate cost per night: $250

 

 

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ROOST East Market

1199 Ludlow St

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Philadelphia City Hall

ROOST East Market is pet-friendly and boasts high-end amenities, full-size kitchens, king-size beds, landscaped terraces, community vegetable gardens and grills, a 20-meter heated lap pool, a 24-hour fitness center, a library and lounge, a demo kitchen, a private screening room, weekly housekeeping, dog walking, a bike share program, a 24-hour front desk and a concierge. You may encounter Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, Bank & Bourbon (bar), Fine Wine & Good Spirits (liquor store), Iovine Brothers Produce (produce market), Termini Bros Bakery, The Famous 4th Street Cookie Company®, Downtown Cheese Shop, Reading Terminal Market, Bassetts Ice Cream, John Yi Fish Market (seafood market), Beck’s Cajun Cafe, Metropolitan Bakery, Miller’s Twist (fast food pretzel restaurant), Old City Coffee, Dutch Eating Place (Pennsylvania Dutch restaurant), Beiler’s Bakery, Hatville Deli, The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Center for Architecture and Design, Pho Street (Vietnamese restaurant) and more.

From here Philadelphia City Hall is 0.1 miles, City Hall and Reading Terminal Market are 0.2 miles, The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, The Library Company of Philadelphia, Fairmount Park and Walnut Street Theatre are 0.3 miles, The Art Institute of Philadelphia is 0.4 miles, Walnut Street and Atwater Kent Museum are 0.5 miles, Temple University is 2.1 miles, Philadelphia Zoo is 2.3 miles and Philadelphia International Airport is 6.7 miles.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom apartment): $315

Cost per person (four people): $78

 

 

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The Study Hotel at University City

20 South 33rd Street

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Drexel University

Featuring an on-site restaurant, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, sitting areas, bathrobes and a 24-hour front desk, The Study Hotel at University City is in the vicinity of Dos Hermanos Tacos (restaurant), Halal Cart, Mario the Magnificent (monument), Saxbys Drexel PISB (coffee shop), Zavino (Italian restaurant), Shake Shack, Plaza Artist Materials & Picture Framing, Mandell Theater Drexel University, United By Blue (clothing store), Penn Book Center (book store), New Deck Tavern, White Dog Cafe (American restaurant), Institute of Contemporary Art, Pod (Asian restaurant), Louie Louie (restaurant), Han Dynasty (Chinese restaurant), World Cafe Live Philadelphia (live music venue) and more.

Drexel University, Buckley Recreational Field, Buckley Green and Hunter Lott Tennis Courts are 0.2 miles, Franklin Field and University of Pennsylvania are 0.3 miles, Penn Museum and 30th Street Station are 0.4 miles, 40th Street Station and Mutter Museum are 0.7 miles, Philadelphia Museum of Art is 0.9 miles, Philadelphia Zoo is 1.2 miles, Temple University and Mann Center for Performing Arts are 2.6 miles and Philadelphia International Airport is 6 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (executive king suite): $429

Cost per person (four people): $108

 

 

 

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Frankford Avenue Penthouse

1045 Frankford Avenue

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The Fillmore Philadelphia

Frankford Avenue Penthouse offers 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, air conditioning, a fully-equipped kitchen, a flat-screen TV and bicycle and car rental service. Barcade (bar), Fishtown Brewpub, Danger Salon (hair salon), 3 J’s Food Market Fishtown (restaurant), Hajimaru Ramen (restaurant), Murph’s Bar, Black Vulture Gallery (tattoo shop), Delicious Boutique, Corset Making Supplies (notions store), Saint Lazarus Bar, Humpty’s Dumplings Fishtown, Fishtown Hookah Lounge, Sandy’s Nails (nail salon), Talia’s Grille (bagel shop), Love & Honey Fried Chicken (chicken restaurant), The Philadelphia Barber Company (barber shop), Joe’s Steaks + Soda Shop Fishtown (cheese steak restaurant), Weckerly’s Ice Cream, Kostas Restaurant (Greek restaurant), Sancho Pistola’s (Mexican restaurant), Amrita Yoga and Wellness (yoga studio), R&D (cocktail bar), Fette Sau (restaurant), Frankford Hall (beer garden), Johnny Brenda’s (bar), Plume (hair salon), PIZZA Shackamaxon, Dawa Sushi and Ramen, Jerusalem Corner Store (Mediterranean restaurant), Elwood (restaurant), The Fillmore Philadelphia (live music venue), Punch Line Philly (comedy club), Philadelphia Distilling (distillery) and more are all within range.

This penthouse is 0.3 miles from The Fillmore Philadelphia and SugarHouse Casino, 0.6 miles from Northern Liberties, 0.9 miles from Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site, 1.2 miles from Betsy Ross House, Arden Theatre Company and Franklin Square, 1.3 miles from Christ Church, National Constitution Center, Museum of AM-Jewish History and Franklin Court, 1.5 miles from Temple University, 3.4 miles from University of Pennsylvania, 7 miles from Citizens Bank Park and 8.5 miles from Philadelphia International Airport.

Approximate cost per night: $263

Cost per person (eight people): $33

 

 

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ROOST Rittenhouse

1831 Chestnut Street

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Mutter Museum

Set in a turn-of-the-century building, ROOST Rittenhouse is a pet friendly condo hotel with free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, daily housekeeping, luggage storage and high-end amenities. Near here are Crazy Sushi, Commonwealth Proper (men’s clothing store), sweetgreen (salad shop), Blue Sole Shoes, The Continental Mid-town (restaurant), Pastrami & Things (deli), Nom Nom Ramen, Ranstead Salon (barber shop), Snap Kitchen (restaurant), All About Hair (barber shop), Dolce Carini Pizza, Nook Bakery & Coffee Bar (coffee shop), Boyds Philadelphia (clothing store), Hats in the Belfry (hat shop), Cavanaugh’s Rittenhouse (sports bar), Lash Bash (beauty salon), The Dandelion (restaurant), Wrap Shack (bar), The Franklin Bar (bar), Cleavers (cheese steak restaurant), Je Suis Jolie (lingerie store), RowZone Indoor Rowing & Fitness Studio (gym), 1 Tippling Place (bar), Thai Singha House Express (Thai restaurant), 20th Street Pizza (pizza restaurant) and more.

From this condo hotel The Art Institute of Philadelphia, Rittenhouse Square and Walnut Street are 0.2 miles, Mutter Museum is 0.3 miles, Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, Rosenbach Museum and Library, Fairmount Park, City Hall, Gallery 339 and The Franklin Institute Science Museum are 0.4 miles, Barnes Foundation is 0.6 miles, Philadelphia Museum of Art is 1.1 miles, University of Pennsylvania is 1.2 miles, Citizens Bank Park is 4.9 miles and Philadelphia International Airport is 6.4 miles.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom apartment): $262

 

 

 

 

Rittenhouse 1715 – A Boutique Hotel

1715 Rittenhouse Square

Hotels in Philadelphia PA

Rittenhouse Square

Rittenhouse 1715 provides 24-hour concierge service, nightly turn down service, plasma flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, iPod docking stations, traditional décor, marble bathrooms, fireplaces, daily tea, coffee and pastries, nightly wine receptions and a 24-hour front desk. Nearby are Oggi Salon & Spa, P.S. & Co. (vegan restaurant), David Michie Violins (musical instrument store), Spice Finch (Mediterranean restaurant), Skirt (store), Miel Patisserie (cafe), The Dr. Martens Store (shoe store), Pietro’s Italian (Italian restaurant), Rouge (restaurant), Devon Seafood Grill, Parc (French restaurant), Via Locusta (restaurant), Curtis Institute of Music (music college), Barclay Prime (restaurant) and more.

Walnut Street and Rittenhouse Square are 0.1 miles, The Art Institute of Philadelphia is 0.2 miles, Rosenbach Museum and Library and Gallery 339 is 0.3 miles, The Library Company of Philadelphia, The Historical Society of Pennsylvania and City Hall are 0.4 miles, Mutter Museum is 0.5 miles, Philadelphia Zoo is 2.1 miles, Temple University is 2.4 miles, Mann Center for Performing Arts is 3.7 miles and Philadelphia International Airport is 6.3 miles from here.

Approximate cost per night (presidential suite): $766

Cost per person (four people): $192

 

 

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ROOST Midtown

111 South 15th Street

Hotels in Philadelphia PA

The Historical Society of Pennsylvania

With free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, daily housekeeping, fully-equipped kitchens, baggage storage and safes, ROOST Midtown is positioned near Chris’ Jazz Cafe (jazz club), Philadelphia Film Center (movie theater), DTLR (shoe store), Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse, Amma’s South Indian Cuisine, SoulCycle (indoor cycling), Harp & Crown (gastropub), Ocean Prime (seafood restaurant), Snap Custom Pizza, Su Xing House (Chinese restaurant), 1518 Bar & Grill, Oyster House (seafood restaurant), Hot Yoga Philadelphia (yoga studio), Goldie (falafel restaurant), The Union League of Philadelphia (social club), HipCityVeg (vegan restaurant), The Capital Grille (fine dining restaurant), Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse, Aqimero (Pan-Latin restaurant), Richel D’Ambra Spa + Salon and more.

City Hall and The Art Institute of Philadelphia are 0.1 miles, Philadelphia City Hall, Walnut Street, The Library Company of Philadelphia and The Historical Society of Pennsylvania are 0.2 miles, Fairmount Park is 0.3 miles, Rittenhouse Square and Reading Terminal Market are 0.4 miles, Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University is 0.5 miles, Philadelphia Zoo is 2.1 miles, Temple University is 2.2 miles, Mann Center for Performing Arts is 3.8 miles, Liberty Bell Center is 4 miles, Citizens Bank Park is 5 miles.

Approximate cost per night (premium two-bedroom): $343

Cost per person (four people): $86

 

 

 

 

AKA Rittenhouse Square

135 South 18th Street

Hotels in Philadelphia PA

Rosenbach Museum

Providing fully-furnished accommodations, spacious bedrooms, fully-equipped kitchens, on-site dining, an on-site fitness center, complimentary access to The Sporting Club at The Bellevue (offsite-gym), free WiFi and 24-hour concierge services, AKA Rittenhouse Square accommodations are set in a commanding building near a.kitchen+bar (New American restaurant), Timberland (shoe store), Salon Vanity (beauty salon), Rittenhouse Claridge (business center), Rouge (restaurant), Rittenhouse Farmers’ Market (grocery store), Anthropologie (women’s clothing store), Barnes & Noble (book store), BHLDN (bridal shop), Pietro’s Italian (Italian restaurant), The Love. (American restaurant), Bar Bombón (Latin American restaurant), Le Bus Bakery, HipCityVeg (vegan restaurant), Ben & Jerry’s (ice cream), GIWA Fresh Korean Kitchen (Korean restaurant), Raven Lounge (bar), The Foodery at Rittenhouse (American restaurant), Richard Nicholas Hair Studio, Crimson Hair Studio, Maha Yoga, Shop Sixty Five (women’s clothing store), Luke’s Lobster Rittenhouse (seafood restaurant), Chez Colette (brasserie), Tria Cafe Rittenhouse (restaurant), The Dandelion (restaurant) and more.

You may find Walnut Street, Rittenhouse Square and The Art Institute of Philadelphia are 0.1 miles, Rosenbach Museum and Library is 0.3 miles, City Hall, Gallery 339, Mutter Museum, Fairmount Park, The Library Company of Philadelphia and Philadelphia City Hall are 0.4 miles, Barnes Foundation is 0.7 miles, University of Pennsylvania is 1.3 miles, Philadelphia Zoo is 2 miles, Citizens Bank Park is 4.8 miles and Philadelphia International Airport is 6.4 miles from here.

Approximate cost per night (premium two-bedroom): $665

Cost per person (four people): $167

 

 

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So there they are, hotels in Philadelphia that are sure to help make for a memorable experience. We hope you have found this information useful and most of all, that you enjoy your time in the City of Brotherly Love!

23 Replies to “Hotels in Philadelphia”

  1. Thank you for the awesome review, as always!  I have always wanted to go to Hotels in Philadelphia PA.  I really like the looks of the 1199 Ludlow St.  That view would be absolutely breath-taking I believe and it would make the whole experience that much better!

    Thanks again for this post. If you don’t mind, I will share this article on my social media account. Good luck!

  2. AWESOME!! I live about an hour outside of philly and was looking for a good place to go down into the city. Rittenhouse Square has definitely been one I’ve been eyeing for a while now. It looks right up my alley, and it’s right around the nightly price range I’m looking to spend for 3 nights down there. It’s my girlfriend’s birthday, so i thought we could spend a weekend down here! Thanks for the post, you’ve convinced me! 

    Koda 

  3. Wow, I know Philadelphia only in the map. I am staying too far to be able to visit it, except I start generating more money, I would love to come see it there. Your review makes it clear even the person who have never went to the are to have his or her picture in the mind. You describe in a way that I can wake-up and go to Philadelphia. Thanks for the very informative post, 

  4. someone once told me that hotels in philadelphia are among the best in the world and i argued with him. its amazing how you have come to proove him right with your article. the fillmore hotel is somewhere i would really like to visit. this article has been of great help and i look forward to seeing more of your write ups.

    1. Benny hotels in Philadelphia PA are up there as far as quality paired with access to historical places goes. Thanks for the comments and stop back anytime!

  5. Thanks for these reviews Philadelphia is a nice with so many nice places to view have been there before i love the hotels in these reviews they all have their own unique features  but i will go with ROOST Rittenhouse is a pet friendly condo hotel with free WiFi Nice place to be when u visit trust me you will love it 

  6. When I say Pennsylvania, I think automatically of Philadelphia. This summer I will go  in United States of America with the Work and Travel program. I have made a list of cities to visit and I hope that besides the work I will be able to do I can visit all the places I have proposed. Philadelphia is one of them and I want to say that I am very excited that I have the chance to reach and live the American dream, as we Europeans like to say. I look at the places you put here and I mean it’s hard to choose. All the hotels here are very beautiful and luxurious. If I were to run I think I’d go to Rittenhouse 1715 – A Boutique Hotel. I really like vintage style and I think this is where I would like to stay in Philadelphia.
    Thank you very much for this article.

  7. Wow what a revealing piece of history lesson about Philadelphia. I will do well to read more on that and carry more research to help me know more about this history. Pennsylvania is a very beautiful place with a beautiful weather conditions, Philadelphia on the other hand is one unique city, I have stayed in the city a couple of nights and I love it, the hotels there are gorgeous. I stayed in one with a cow boy feel. I’d love to see some of these beautiful places on this list maybe on my next trip to Philly. 

  8. Many thanks to you for sharing such an excellent article with us .Philadelphia is the most populous city and has a population of over one and a half million people.I went to Philadelphia for my office work last year and the hotels there are so nice and nice.And I was there in a hotel called Ritten House.The hotel is very nice to me as it has comfortable restaurant delights as well as British tea and cocktails.And the level of the dishes was very good and healthy.But the thing I like the most about this hotel is the private outdoor garden that I can use alone.After reading your article, everyone has come to know about the Philadelphia Hotel and if they ever visit Philadelphia they will visit these hotels and share new experiences with you.

  9. Many thanks to you for sharing such a beautiful article with us .I went to Philadelphia a while ago and got up at The Rittenhouse Hotel, the hotel you serve .Because I think Philadelphia is a great place for family members to hang out with .Philadelphia is the most populous city in Pennsylvania .Rittenhouse Hotel has complimentary access to indoor heated pool and terrace with cardio and free vets .The living room and restaurant here are very comfortable to me as well as the atmosphere is excellent .Together with everything the museum library has to offer, the city looks great to me .And what I found most convenient was the zoo from the hotel I visited in Philadelphia, which is very convenient for my baby to see. The most interesting thing about this hotel is the British tea that I have long wanted to drink .

    Lastly, I would like to say that I will go back to my trip to Philadelphia and will definitely share with you my new experience by going to another hotel with your article.

  10. I really appreciate the way you let me in to this great ancient town, you just created a desire in me wanting to visit this town, I recently took an online course with university of Pennyslvania, with the considerable change in temperature,  Roost east market is quiet affordable and been pet friendly will accommodate me and my family comfortably

  11. Many thanks to Admin for writing a beautiful article about the Hotel Philadelphia PA.   Philadelphia Pennsylvania History-Heritage Beautifully Writes In Your Article. It is the first capital city of America I would not have known if you had not registered. 

    the Hotel Philadelphia PA rooms and settings Space are very beautiful and attractive.If you see everyone will want to go there.I would definitely come here if I had the time and opportunity.

  12. Thank you for this great and extensive description of hotels in Philadelphia. As well as your in-depth details on each hotel I love the photos as well. Also thanks for reminding me that Philly was the first capital in the United States. Also thanks for putting the prices of rooms. Lots of good stuff on the hotels and history of Philly.

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