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The Rittenhouse Hotel

Philadelphia 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Rittenhouse Square stalwart given a $10 million touch-up, with a clubby new Library Bar and top restaurant. — Jetsetter

While ultra modern fixtures, dim lighting and a bar full of hipsters can make for a fun hotel experience, there's a lot to be said for the hostel that anticipates its guests needs. — BlackBook

This top-of-the-line luxury hotel is one of the city’s finest and boasts two award-winning restaurants, the Lacroix and the Smith & Wollensky steakhouse. — DK Eyewitness

The staff, among the nicest in the city, greets you with a glass of champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries on weekends. — Fodor's

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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The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia

Philadelphia 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This Ritz possesses one of the most lavish lobbies in North America, modelled after the Pantheon. — Lonely Planet

A "ton of ornate marble" and the "unique" lobby bar beneath a 140-ft. tile dome set the stage for "historic" "luxury" at this former beaux arts bank across from City Hall. — Zagat

Visitors are inevitably stunned by the architectural splendor found both inside and out of the Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia. — Gayot

The rooms, service and ambiance are of course unmatched, and even stopping by for a post-dinner desert at the cathedral-like lobby bar will make you feel more well-heeled than you should. — BlackBook

Modeled after the Pantheon in Rome, the Ritz-Carlton is one of the most luxurious hotels in Philadelphia—you'll know as soon as you step into the beautiful domed lobby. — Condé Nast Traveler

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Kimpton Hotel Palomar Philadelphia

Philadelphia 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

At Hotel Palomar Philadelphia, don'€™t hesitate to bring the whole crew. — Gayot

Small touches make quiet overnights here stand out: Leopard-print bathrobes, Frette linens, evening turndowns, and a daily wine hour. — Frommer's

The 230-room Palomar near Rittenhouse Square Park is one of the city's chicest boutiques, with bold, sleek style, excellent service, and contemporary rooms with plush, comfortable beds. — Oyster

Touches of purple enliven the bright guest rooms, which have stylish modern furnishings. But it's not all about looks—the hotel staff is über friendly and helpful. — Fodor's

t scores for a sophisticated look, plush comforts in the 230 bedrooms, the buzzy Square 1682 bar/restaurant and its location near classy Rittenhouse Square. — The Telegraph

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Kimpton Hotel Monaco Philadelphia

Philadelphia 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Smack-dab central sleep opposite the Liberty Bell, with designer digs, a gourmet steakhouse and a rooftop bar. — Jetsetter

It’s in the middle of the city’s historic center, with some suites overlooking Independence Hall. Rooms are cozy but not stodgy. — Condé Nast Traveler

Opened in 2012, this boutique features a location next to Independence Hall, a rooftop bar and lounge, and rooms with historically inspired design mixed with modern elements. — Zagat

Hotel Monaco's unique design featuring bright decor and stylishly mismatched furniture sets the hotel apart. — Oyster

For visitors who wish to be close to historic American attractions such as Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell and the Betsy Ross House, the Hotel Monaco offers plenty of style. — Gayot

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Sofitel Philadelphia Hotel

Philadelphia 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The most notable feature at this elegant Sofitel near Rittenhouse Square Park is the sleek restaurant and lounge, Liberte. — Oyster

In the middle of the city's French Quarter, this luxury hotel has more of a hip feeling than some of its stuffier Federal-style neighbors. — Fodor's

If you can manage to pry yourself from one of the Sofitel Philadelphia's beds—and rest assured, it's hard-going—you'll be richly rewarded. This slender concrete tower, set in the beating... — Condé Nast Traveler

The Sofitel Hotel's unflinching French, the brunch is very fluent. — Not For Tourists

Despite its size, the hotel maintains a boutique feel—mostly thanks to the staff, who can't do enough to introduce guests to the hotel's services. — Concierge

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Westin Philadelphia

Philadelphia 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If luxurious accommodations and plenty of shopping are your top priorities, you're not going to beat the Westin. — Fodor's

The best reason to stay at this Westin is to get an amazing night's rest in town. — Frommer's

This is an elegant chain hotel with luxuriously decorated lobby, lounge areas, and restaurants. The hotel is connected to Liberty Place, which has trendy shops and boutiques. — DK Eyewitness

The Westin Philadelphia is an elegant hotel with a central location close to Rittenhouse Square, shopping, and dining. — Oyster

Conveniently connected to the popular shops and offices at Liberty Place in Center City, this hotel features Westin’s signature Heavenly® Beds in over 300 guest rooms and suites. — Travel + Leisure

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Rittenhouse 1715, A Boutique Hotel

Philadelphia 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Classing itself as a boutique hotel, this centrally located B&B offers a range of rooms, all with marble bathrooms, and a few truly palatial suites. — Rough Guide

"Elegantly appointed" rooms at this "charming" 1911 Victorian-style mansion off Rittenhouse Square are stocked with "all the little touches" and amenities. — Zagat

On a small street near Rittenhouse Square, this refined, European-style mansion offers the luxury of a large hotel in an intimate space on the fourth floor. — Fodor's

Just steps from Rittenhouse Sq, this is an elegant, top-notch choice. — Lonely Planet

Steps from chic Rittenhouse Square, the pristine park ringed by million-dollar apartments and historic mansions, this find does a marvelous impression of a small, European-style luxury hotel. — Frommer's

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Le Meridien Philadelphia

Philadelphia 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Thoughtfully updated architectural gem with a popular French restaurant and bar in the heart of Center City. — Jetsetter

Though part of a luxury chain, the location and tasteful appropriation of a old building to make a modern hotel sets Le Méridien apart. Proudly claiming to be entirely smoke-free, this... — Lonely Planet

The contrast between the building's inherent charm and Le Méridien's modern decor comes off smoothly. — Fodor's

Le Meridien is one of the most stylish hotels in Center City, with a striking combination of historical and modern design. — Oyster

Philadelphia's Le Méridien offers Georgian-revival architecture, a spectacular 75-foot atrium and a sexy red-white-and-gray color scene. — BlackBook

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The Warwick Hotel Rittenhouse Square

Philadelphia 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

The Prime Rib, the in-house steakhouse, is known for being the best and most formal in town. — Frommer's

This 301-room hotel built in 1926 has plenty of old-world charm -- lovely English Renaissance architecture, and an elegant lobby with two fireplaces. — Oyster

The principal reason to stay at this hotel is to enjoy its excellent real estate near Rittenhouse Square. — Lonely Planet

You might remember the above line from Fargo. Point being, Radissons are nice hotels. — BlackBook

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from $157

Penn's View Hotel

Philadelphia 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Respect abounds for this "great little boutique" "overlooking Penn's Landing" (and I-95) within "walking distance" of historic attractions. — Zagat

The 49-room Penn’s View Hotel has long been popular, thanks to its views over the Delaware River, and ownership of one of Philadelphia’s favourite Italian restaurants. — The Telegraph

Exceptional service and clean,comfortable rooms in Old City, some of the best value in central Philly. — Rough Guide

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

Picture exposed brick, wrought iron beds, Chippendale-esque furniture, fireplaces and hot tubs...these are some of the offerings of rooms at Penn's View Inn. — Gayot

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The Independent

Philadelphia 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Independent is a small and stylish mid-range boutique hotel with a great location and warm, homey decor. — Oyster

The Independent is among a handful of newer boutique alternatives to Philadelphia's big convention hotels. — Fodor's

An "awesome" location with "tons of things to do within walking distance" draws fans of this Georgian Revival--turned--boutique hotel in Midtown Village. — Zagat

Cozy and charming, the newest (as of August '08) Independent Hotel boasts 24 sumptuous rooms in a restored Georgian-Revival building. — BlackBook

Located within a fully restored Georgian-Revival building, this property is only one block away from Philadelphia's thriving performing arts district. — Gayot

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from $126

Alexander Inn

Philadelphia 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Wonderful value given the central location, and the hotel provides free breakfast, free daily snacks, and free Wi-Fi, as well as a 24-hour fitness center. — Oyster

The well maintained rooms at this small hotel have an Art Deco feel. — Fodor's

The Alexander combines just the right amount of laissez-faire attitude and professionalism. — BlackBook

Decent prices for the area. — Not For Tourists

Although it opened in 1998, this hotel was designed to reflect 1930s modern decor—you may feel as if you've traveled back in time to a cruise ship in the early 20th century. — Gayot

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Hilton Inn at Penn

Philadelphia 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With a "men's club feel" and iPads provided for guests' use, there's a "perfect blend of old-school university hotel and modern amenities" at this "comfortable" inn at Penn. — Zagat

The 243-room Inn at Penn may be a Hilton, but it feels far more like a boutique hotel than a chain. — Oyster

The handsome and elegantly appointed Inn at Penn feels well suited to the Ivy League campus it calls home. — Frommer's

Near the University of Pennsylvania, this hotel is a welcome sight for anyone needing to stay in University City. — Fodor's

Center City Philadelphia has experienced a hotel boom of late, but when business requires a base west of the Schuylkill River—University City and West Philly—your pickings are slim. Set... — Afar Magazine

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Latham Hotel

Philadelphia 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 138-room Latham is a chic boutique hotel with a prime location near Rittenhouse Square Park, near some of the city's best restaurants, bars, and shopping. — Oyster

The term European style boutique hotel can mean many things, including a Starkian propensity for whimsy that doesn't always scream 'practical.'. — BlackBook

Doormen welcome you in English riding habits at this boutique property. — Michelin Guide

This European-style oldie sits close to Rittenhouse Square, and a few of the rooms on the highest floors provide a glimpse of the park. — Lonely Planet

The bustling corner of Walnut and 17th streets is anchored by the Latham, a stone-and-brick tower built in 1907 as luxury apartments for moneyed Philadelphians. — Afar Magazine

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Hilton Philadelphia at Penn's Landing

Philadelphia 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Great for large groups who want to stick together.... My favorite part of the complex is the indoor pool, which overlooks the river and a dock full of old seafaring vessels. — Frommer's

Sitting on the shores of the Delaware River, the Hyatt Regency Penn’s Landing affords spectacular views from many of its rooms. — Gayot

Contemporary, well-sized guest rooms feature iPod docks and safes that can fit–and charge–laptops. — Fodor's

This upscale property on Penn’s Landing is Philadelphia’s only waterfront hotel. — DK Eyewitness

There are "no bad views from any room" at this "top-shelf" hotel overlooking the Delaware River and Penn's Landing, but some gripe it's "a little far from the action". — Zagat

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Thomas Bond House Bed & Breakfast

Philadelphia 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Much like staying at your grandparents - if you were living in the 18th century - this colonial-era B&B pays attention to traditional period detail. — Lonely Planet

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

This 1769 Georgian row house sits almost directly across from the back of Independence Park in busy Old City, and is owned by the federal government, which kept the shell and gutted the interior. — Frommer's

Set in tony Society Hill (a 10-minute taxi ride away), the hotel features period furniture in a circa-1769 row house across from Independence Hall. — Travel + Leisure

Rooms are decorated with period furniture that create an ambience of colonial warmth and quiet luxury. — DK Eyewitness

Philadelphia Marriott Downtown

Philadelphia 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A world-class convention hotel connected to the Convention Center and Reading Terminal Market, the Philadelphia Downtown Marriott offers upgraded amenities on concierge-level floors. — DK Eyewitness

For an intrinsically impersonal type of place, the Marriott tries hard to meet special needs; it also offers some of the lowest rates in its price category. — Fodor's

The colossal Philadelphia Marriott Downtown takes up an entire block near City Hall. — Oyster

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

The largest hotel in the state, and then some, the thrice-incarnated Philadelphia Marriott is high volume -- and surprisingly high service. — Frommer's

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Loews Philadelphia Hotel

Philadelphia 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It has been renovated with elegant decor and Art Deco accents, including exotic woods and carved glass. — DK Eyewitness

This upper-middle-range hotel in Center City has a convenient location down the street from the Pennsylvania Convention Center. — Oyster

The coolest thing about this centrally situated hotel is its architecture. — Frommer's

The upscale hotel makes guest beds with 300-thread-count cotton sheets, and each room has a robe, MP3 alarm clock, and a chaise lounge. — Travel + Leisure

With an attitude that is decidedly contemporary, the hotel has guest rooms equipped with comfortable chaise lounges and flat-screen televisions. — Fodor's

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Sheraton Philadelphia Society Hill Hotel

Philadelphia 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A four-story brick building on a quiet, cobblestone street, the 364-room Sheraton Society Hill is located in one of Philadelphia's most historic areas. — Travel + Leisure

Built in 1986 and remodeled in 2002, this hotel offers a fresh and appealing setting done up in colonial American style. — Gayot

Convenient to downtown sights, this Colonial-style building is two blocks from Penn's Landing, three blocks from Head House Square, and four blocks from Independence Hall. — Fodor's

This short, unassuming hotel sits on an unusually quiet cobblestone street a few blocks from Headhouse Square and Independence Hall. — Frommer's

No real bells and whistles, but sacrifice hipster cred and what do you get? Room service, a gym and a pool. — BlackBook

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The Franklin Hotel at Independence Park

Philadelphia 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The "mix of historic feel and modern comforts" and other "innlike" qualities of this small hotel provide an oasis in the "middle of the hustle and bustle" of Old City. — Zagat

The elaborate lobby fireplace sets the tone in this charming hotel---a thoughtful blend of elegant and cozy. — Gayot

This four-star, four-diamond hotel has large-sized rooms with marble bathrooms. — DK Eyewitness

An ornate fireplace dominates the breathtaking marble lobby of this towering hotel in the historic district. — Fodor's

If you came to Philly to admire its revolutionary past, this hotel should be near the top of your list. — Lonely Planet

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