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.
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.
The top five floors of this classic Victorian structure hold a five-star hotel. Dining is an essential part of your stay. Founders, with its breathtaking view of the city, was ranked by Conde Nast Traveler as one of the nation's 50 best restaurants. American and Continental Cuisine, brunch, or afternoon tea.
100 North Columbus Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19106
The Comfort Inn at Penn's Landing is located just across the street from the Delaware River. Its distinctive facade and bold masonry pattern offers an interesting extension of the water. It has the best view of the river of any hotel here. The inn's prime location and sensible prices make it a good choice for social or business occasions. Museums, historical sites, dining, and shopping are all in easy walking distance.
The Best Western Independence Park Inn combines modern amenities with the individual attention of a small inn. This stunningly restored 19th-century building is on the National Register of Historic Places and one block away from Independence National Historic Park. There are nearly twenty restaurants within one block. The glass-enclosed courtyard is perfect for lingering over the morning paper and complimentary breakfast. A traditional afternoon tea is served in the Grand Parlor.
Ideal accommodations for the business traveler or history buff, the Sheraton Society Hill is located only a few blocks away from the Center City business district and Independence National Park. The modern, multi-story edifice houses 365 newly renovated rooms. The grandeur of the four-story European-style atrium is matched only by the degree of personalized service guests receive. Dine on exquisite American cuisine at Hadley's Bistro or stop in for a cocktail at the Wooden Nickel Tavern. There are also many eating establishments in the area. Only 11 miles from the airport.
This luxury hotel is conveniently located across the street from Independence National Park. The spacious rooms offer a majestic view of some of the city's most well known landmarks, such as Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. The marble bathrooms and modern furnishings of the guest rooms, combined with the personalized services, ensure that visitors receive a Four Diamond stay. A restaurant and bar are on site and the shopping and commercial districts are only a few blocks away. Go to a movie at the Ritz, downstairs.
The Thomas Bond House, built in approximately 1769, contains 12 rooms furnished in a late 18th century motif. Located on 2nd Street, various shopping, cultural and nightlife destinations are easily accessible. The National Park Service owns this rustic inn and it's on the National Register of Historic Places. Modern conveniences such as private baths, TVs and telephones in the rooms do not dampen the colonial charm. Two rooms have working fireplaces and three even have whirlpool baths. Breakfasts are included; suites can accommodate four adults.
The Penn Tower Hotel overlooks the University of Pennsylvania campus. Proximity to all university related activities make these accommodations a favorite of University of Pennsylvania parents and alumnus. Well appointed guest rooms are the perfect launching pad for a Penn Quakers football game or attending a loved one's graduation. Many historic sites and Center City attractions are only a short cab ride away.
This luxurious high-rise houses 316 guest rooms furnished with modern amenities and comfortable, contemporary bedding and over-sized desks. Some rooms have complimentary bathrobes, executive chairs and fax machines for the on-the-go businessperson. Just off the lobby is Shula's Steak 2. Hearty American fare is served with over 99 televisions to bring customers sports from around the globe. Gift and florist shops are also on the hotel grounds. Subway, taxi and bus service to attractions and the historic district are also available.
The Thomas Bond House, built in approximately 1769, contains 12
rooms furnished in a late 18th century motif. Located on 2nd Street, various shopping, cultural and nightlife destinations are easily accessible. The National Park Service owns this rustic inn ...
Established in 1983, the Four Seasons Hotel stands at Logan's
Square, the hub of the city's commercial and cultural district. Offering lovely views of the Art Museum and Schukyull River, the Four Seasons prides itself on extending every service ...
The Penn's View Inn is the ultimate place for those
seeking a cozy and intimate form of accommodation. The guestrooms are noted for their classic wooden furnishings and impeccable décor, some with a view of the Delaware River. The ...