This bed and breakfast is located in historic Germantown, in Northwestern Philadelphia. Many homes in this area date from pre-Revolutionary times through the end of the 19th century; this building is an excellent example of the Victorian era. The neighborhood is only a few blocks from Fairmount Park, the world's largest urban park system. At Fairmount, you'll find beautiful trails for hiking, biking, or horseback riding. You will also find plenty to do in Germantown. Check in and check out times are arranged in advance.
Experience native Irish hospitality to Anam Cara Bed & Breakfast haven in historic Chestnut Hill. Every room exudes a sense of individuality with attention to detail to each and every facet of the interiors. The bedrooms are comfortably furnished with queen-size beds and each room has a private bath. Delicious home-cooked breakfast is served in the dining room or on the outdoor terrace. For extra relaxation, a licensed massage therapist is on the premises and will help you unwind at the end of your day. A short stroll will bring you to a delightful array of shops and restaurants.
The Gables Bed and Breakfast is the type of accommodation savvy travelers look for, but rarely ever find. The chestnut and cherry woodwork add to the cheerful décor of the charming period rooms. Guests begin their day with a homemade sampling of muffins, fruit, quiche, waffles, omelets, meats, cereal, coffee, tea and other assorted fare. After breakfast, a ride on the #13 Trolley will whisk you to historical sites, shopping, dining and entertainment. The inn is conveniently located in a residential neighborhood ten minutes from Center City.
At the only hostel in downtown Philadelphia, you can count on finding the best accommodation for international travelers. They offer an affordable, clean hostel with loads of free activities, friendly and knowledgeable staff. They're located in the heart of Philadelphia's Old City in downtown, less than three blocks from the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, and just around the corner from some of Philly's best pubs, nightclubs and restaurants. You'll love the comfortable beds, clean facilities, large lounge and fully-equipped kitchen.
Whether, tourist or business traveler, Sofitel Philadelphia welcomes you to a comfortable stay right at the center of the business district. Equipped with modern amenities and an on site restaurant and bar, you don't have to venture too far to get your needs met. What's more, they allow you to get your pet along. So go ahead and enjoy your stay.
Holiday Inn Historic District is three blocks from The Liberty Bell, Franklin's Court, Betsy Ross' House, the U.S. Mint, and Independence Hall. Guests also enjoy nearby shopping and entertainment. Hotel chefs serve traditional and regional favorites at Benjamin's Restaurant. The Plain and Fancy Café offers a lunch buffet and a la carte entrees. Reunion's Sport Bar features 11 television screens.
10 Avenue of the Arts 10 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
Be inspired when you take a short walk up a flight of wide marble stairs through massive doors that open to a spectacular main rotunda hidden from the outside world. The grandiose scale and elegance whispers to you of an era graciously preserved. The skylight four stories above adds to the ambiance and warmth. The bustling noises of Broad Street are replaced by the hushed tones of jazz played on a grand piano and echoing off marble and polished granite. The rooms are located in a new building behind the old rotunda building, which affords an excellent view east and west.
You can sit by the fireplace in the rooftop atrium at this hotel and look out at the Pennsylvania Convention Center through the 30-foot window. The rooms are comfortable and the cost is perfect for the traveler on a budget. Both the tourist and the business traveler will find the things they need, including microwaves, premium cable channels, data ports-even laundry facilities. The Convention Center is one block away, Chinatown is downstairs, and the rest of the city is around the corner.
Originally the headquarters of the Pennsylvania Savings Fund Society (PSFS), this fantastic hotel boasts comfortable rooms, wonderful service, chic yet historic decor, fully wired rooms for business travelers, and packages for romantic weekend getaways. A red neon sign atop that says PSFS, marks the skyline as a historically significant landmark and the best of early 20th Century design and architecture. Since it's located across the street from the Pennsylvania Convention Center, advance reservations are recommended.
This member of the Marriott chain boasts of providing one of the most comprehensive on-site business facilities in the city. The Marriott often plays host to meetings when the nearby Pennsylvania Convention Center is booked. Clients are entertained at the steakhouse and sports bar within the complex. A Starbucks coffee shop is in the lobby of Philadelphia Marriott Downtown to help guests get their morning started with a jolt of gourmet java. A huge variety of eating, drinking and shopping destinations are within easy walking distance.
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