This first-class boutique hotel is located in Philadelphia's prestigious Rittenhouse Square district. It's a classic late-Victorian structure, recently refurbished with such amenities as nightly turn down service with chocolates and daily newspaper delivery. The hotel houses The Prime Rib Restaurant featuring Philadelphia Magazine's choice of 'best steak'. Other facilities include Capriccio's Cappucciono Café and The Warwick Restaurant and wine bar.
Grouped with other hotels in the Airport Interplex, the Mariott distinguishes itself by catering to the whim of the business traveler. The facilities are, by comparison, a bit more upscale than their competitors in the area. Professional travelers appreciate the free gourmet coffee served in the lobby, the free shuttle to airport terminals and mass transit to Philadelphia. Guests can enjoy their food from the restaurant in the landscaped courtyard.
Located two blocks from the twin skyscrapers of Liberty Place, and conveniently located near government buildings and the Philadelphia Stock Exchange, these accommodations have become a favorite place to stay for high-level businesspersons and politicians. The elegant guest rooms include modern business amenities and are stylishly furnished. High caliber shopping destinations are only blocks away in every direction.
The services and amenities offered by the Sheraton cater to business travelers looking for more than just functionality from their accommodations. The airy suites contain king-sized beds and queen sized sofa-beds in separate areas as well as ample work spaces and communications access. Guests get a bird's eye view of the Philadelphia International Airport while ascending in the glass elevator. Amenities like same-day laundry, valet service and the car rental desk in the lobby make life easier for the weary business traveler.
The Latham is located in the Rittenhouse Square area that remains in the upper echelon of Philadelphia residential districts. Once an apartment building for the Philadelphia elite of the early 20th century, this national historic site is in the style of the Roaring 20s, with exquisite wood paneling and marble in the lobby. The furnishings of the 138 rooms and suites are accentuated by marble bathrooms, complimentary terrycloth robes and modern communication facilities. Concierges and valets pamper their guests with shoe shines and same-day laundry service.
This historic 140-year old townhouse, also known as Center City Bed & Breakfast, offers visitors a cozy retreat that is only moments away from historical and cultural attractions. The rooms at La Reserve are tastefully appointed and guests are invited to use the drawing room, grand piano, library and dining room. These deluxe accommodations are especially well-suited to adults and families with well-mannered children. A full breakfast is served between 8am and 10:30am.
This interesting home was built between 1859 and 1861 and may have been designed by Samuel Sloan, a leading architect of that period. Hamilton House bed and breakfast has several interesting features, including leaded glass doors and an impressive central staircase. Guests are invited to use the library and sitting room, where they can warm themselves in front of a fire in the winter. In the summertime, a lovely patio will draw guests to relax outside. This house is filled with beautiful antiques. It is only five miles from Philadelphia International Airport.
This 1890 carriage house, in the heart of University City, provides the ideal setting for a weekend retreat. Imaginatively converted into a residence in the 1960s, the Carriage House building retains many of its original features, such as 13-foot-high beamed ceilings on the first floor. The whole cabin was recently redecorated in a "Craftsman Cottage" style, with both antique and modern furnishings. University City offers a diverse selection of dining, entertainment and cultural attractions and of course Drexel University, University of Pennsylvania and University of the Sciences in Philadelphia.
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.
Business travel efficiency is the foremost function of this hotel chain. The rooms at Extended Stay America - Airport allow for ample workspace and comfortable, contemporary, clean furnishings and kitchenettes. The amenities are limited but the basic needs are met. The laundry machines are coin operated. Snacks and newspapers are for sale via vending machines. Local calls are free, which tends to be rare in Philadelphia hotels. Copy and fax services are available. There is a discount on weekly rates. Parking is free and the hotel is located no more than five minutes from the airport and mass transit to downtown Philadelphia. Although they do not offer automated check-out, guests can settle their bill the night before.
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