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City Center West
19 reviews
The historic square from which this luxe city escape takes its name is a masterpiece of urban planning by Beaux Arts architect Paul Cret. — Afar Magazine
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16 reviews
The 299 guest rooms and suites all boast views of either the city or historic City Hall and were all meticulously redesigned and renovated using a color and textile palette inspired by modern currency — Time Out
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City Center West
14 reviews
At Hotel Palomar Philadelphia, don'€™t hesitate to bring the whole crew. — Gayot
8
14 reviews
Located in Center City, this Kimpton property sits conveniently near historic sites such as Independence Hall and features a rooftop lounge overlooking Liberty Bell Center. — Travel + Leisure
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14 reviews
In view of City Hall, across from LOVE Park, this midpriced, upscale Starwood-owned hotel combines elegant Georgian architecture with modern everything else, from decor to service. — Frommer's
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City Center East
12 reviews
The Independent is a small and stylish mid-range boutique hotel with a great location and warm, homey decor. — Oyster
8
City Center West
14 reviews
Located around the corner from picturesque Rittenhouse Square, the Sofitel proves that luxury can still be affordable — Time Out
8
City Center West
10 reviews
Guests are treated to a stylish, contemporary hotel experience that puts them within walking distance of Rittenhouse Square, the Benjamin Franklin Parkway and City Hall. — Time Out
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11 reviews
As in the old days of hotels, all you need is under one roof in the historic Warwick Hotel Rittenhouse Square: 301 stylish rooms, a casual café/bistro, a formal steak house, a hair salon and hi-tech fitness centre. — The Telegraph
8
12 reviews
This cosmopolitan little hotel in a refurbished 19th-century commercial building on the fringe of Old City has its own brand of urban charm. — Fodor's
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City Center East
9 reviews
Independent with a loyal gay following, this small boutique hotel offers personable service and Art Deco-inspired rooms at modest rates. — Lonely Planet
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10 reviews
Art deco tower with 581 rooms, restaurants, huge fitness center; child and pet friendly; kids’ fun center offers loaner toys including PlayStation. — National Geographic
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City Center West
8 reviews
Rittenhouse Square is Philadelphia's most prized address for locals, and the talented team of staffers does a good job of making guests feel at home. — Star Service
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12 reviews
Home to power lunches by day and formal affairs at night, this historic building’s hotel is situated in Philadelphia’s cultural hub. — Travel + Leisure
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City Center East
11 reviews
Fabulously located in walking distance of all your fave olde timey tourist spots, the Morris House combines cozy, historic building and afternoon tea with elegant, modern touches. — BlackBook
8
10 reviews
This late 18th-century building offers authentic colonial charm for tourists seeking an experience that will immerse them thoroughly in the city's rich heritage. — Gayot
8
9 reviews
The elaborate lobby fireplace sets the tone in this charming hotel---a thoughtful blend of elegant and cozy. — Gayot
7
6 reviews
Highlights include a heated rooftop pool, a great fitness center, a sauna, a restaurant/bar, and an attached garage with parking available for a fee. — Oyster
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City Center East
7 reviews
The hotel takes up an entire city block, and the lobby reception area resides in a 5-story atrium, complete with music, landscaping and a flowing fountain. — Gayot
7
City Center East
8 reviews
The Hyatt Regency is an upper-middle-range hotel located on the waterfront, within walking distance of the Old City’s historic areas. — Oyster
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