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Hilton Inn at Penn

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

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

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

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

The 243 guestrooms and suites are classy, efficient, and relatively spacious, though it’s worth upgrading to a suite for a separate sitting area. — Afar Magazine

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

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Thomas Bond House Bed & Breakfast

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

Allure of the Thomas Bond House is proximity to historic Philly for surprisingly reasonable prices. — BlackBook

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

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

Restored in 2002, the house is efficiently run, and service is solicitous but not intrusive. — Concierge

Guestrooms at this restored 1796 Georgian row house in the heart of Old City at Independence Park feature period furnishings and basic modern amenities. — Zagat

Morris House Hotel

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

Guestrooms are large and uncluttered with all the modern conveniences, splashes of natural light, and sparkling bathrooms, some with Jacuzzi tubs. — Afar Magazine

Built in 1787, this white-columned, ivy-covered brick boutique just a few blocks from Independence Hall offers rooms and suites decorated in Colonial-inspired style. — Zagat

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

The fifteen bedrooms in this National Historic Landmark have been individually decorated to complement the building's original 1787 architecture. — Gayot

This 1787 home is now a luxury boutique hotel and is one of the city’s best hotels to experience colonial ambience. — DK Eyewitness

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BEST WESTERN PLUS Independence Park Hotel

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

Located one short block from Independence Park, in an excellent location for sightseeing, this property is not an ordinary Best Western. — Star Service

Surrounded by key historic sites as well as many nightlife options, this five-story Best Western hotel is within walking distance of just about everything you need. — Fodor's

This top choice for bed-and-breakfast-style lodging has a great location, 2 blocks from Independence Hall. — Frommer's

Small, historic hotel dating back to 1856 with exquisitely decorated rooms, located within the heart of Old City and just a few blocks from Independence Mall and Penn’s Landing. — DK Eyewitness

While Best Westerns are not generally known for their singularity, The Best Western Independence Park Inn offers a notable blend of contemporary facilities in a historic setting. — Gayot

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La Reserve Center City Bed and Breakfast

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

A luxurious and cozy B&B in a Philadelphia townhouse, La Reserve has elegant rooms with antiques and beautiful lamps. — DK Eyewitness

Excellently positioned near Rittenhouse Square, this charming B&B packs heaps of old-world charm into its four storeys. — Lonely Planet

This hotel is known by many names—The Grand Dame of Philadelphia, to mention its most illustrious—and known to all for the elegant charm of its gracious host, W.J. Buchanan. — Gayot

This elegant little bed and breakfast has been carved out of a pair of four-story 1850s townhouses in the southern reaches of the posh Rittenhouse neighborhood — Frommer's

Lovely rooms, of which the two cheapest share a bathroom. The welcoming owner dishes up a modest-sized gourmet breakfast and dispenses loads of information. — Rough Guide

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The Windsor Suites

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

This half-hotel, half-apartment building is popular with families planning extended stays in the city. — Frommer's

For a mid-range hotel, The Windsor Suites' modern rooms -- all with apartment-style floor plans and full kitchens -- are a cut above the norm — Oyster

This 24-story all-suites hotel caters to corporate business travelers as well as to vacationing families. — Fodor's

Specialty hotel that offers furnished suites and unfurnished apartments. All rooms have complimentary high-speed Internet access and kitchens. — DK Eyewitness

Within close proximity to downtown Philadelphia's most prominent museums, the 24-story Hotel Windsor offers studios and one-bedroom suites for families and other traveling groups. — Gayot

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Hilton Garden Inn Philadelphia Center City

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

If you're in town primarily for a business convention (or the Flower Show) and prefer to stay right next to the Philadelphia Convention Center, the Hilton is your best bet. — Frommer's

After a long day spent at the Convention Center, business travelers find the hotel lounge a great spot to meet up with fellow execs to have a drink and unwind. — Gayot

This hotel is an affordable alternative to other hotels near the Pennsylvania Convention Center. — Fodor's

This popular and fashionable chain hotel has newly renovated rooms and is located near the Pennsylvania Convention Center, a block or two from Chinatown. — DK Eyewitness

Directly across the street from the Pennsylvania Convention Center, making it an affordable place to stay for business travelers and convention-goers. — Oyster

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Wyndham Philadelphia Historic District

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

An excellent location makes this simple hotel stand out. — Gayot

This eight-floor Holiday Inn, with its line of international flags outside, is easy to find and offers lickety-split access to all your major historic sites. — Frommer's

This eight-story hotel sits within what is billed as the country's "most historic square mile," within a block and a half of the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. — Fodor's

Its excellent and convenient location – one block from Independence Mall and within walking distance of the Market Street shopping area – make it a popular destination for tourists. — DK Eyewitness

The upper-middle-range Wyndham Philadelphia Historic District is a 364-room chain hotel with business- and family-friendly amenities — Oyster

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Sonesta Philadelphia Downtown

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

Sonesta Hotel Philadelphia offers a reliable home-away-from-home experience in a convenient location in the heart of downtown Philadelphia. — Gayot

This stylish, centrally located hotel features sleek rooms and a seasonal rooftop pool. — Travel + Leisure

After a $30-million renovation in 2014, Center City's Sonesta pairs hyperstylized looks with an interesting collection of amenities. — Fodor's

This strong second-tier dynamo has been reworked with a colorful modern style that puts it right in between more service-oriented Sofitel and the smaller, fashion-conscious Le Meridien. — Star Service

The Crowne Plaza offers solid, generic, well-located, business-traveler-oriented accommodations. It's popular with conventioneers and relocating executives. — Frommer's

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Doubletree by Hilton Philadelphia Center City

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

Located directly across from the Academy of Music, this chain hotel finds a touch of originality in the vibrant cultural mood of its creative surroundings. — Gayot

The Avenue of the Arts location of this hotel is good for culture seekers and families. — Frommer's

A high-rise hotel in the heart of Philadelphia on the Avenue of the Arts, this property is across from the Kimmel Center, the Academy of Music, and the Merriam Theater. — DK Eyewitness

The hotel's sawtooth design ensures that each room has a peaked bay window with an eye-popping 180-degree view. — Fodor's

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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Philadelphia Airport Marriott

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

The only hotel linked by skywalk (via Terminal B) to Philadelphia International Airport is one of the better airport options. — Frommer's

Located between short-term parking and the terminals, this renovated PHL favorite is best bet for those searching out quality close to the terminals. — Star Service

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Renaissance Philadelphia Airport

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

This bold-looking property recently surfaced from a modern makeover that makes it one of the best beside the airport — Star Service

Jutting up from preserved marshlands, this shiny silver hotel has a great, glassed-in pool and a reputation for above-and-beyond service. — Frommer's

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Hampton Inn Philadelphia Center City - Convention Center

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

The Hampton Inn Philadelphia Convention Center is an appealing option for those seeking a reliable and convenient downtown location. — Gayot

This hotel bills itself as the "best value hotel in Center City". — Fodor's

Located right next to the Convention Center, this property is ideal for people attending conventions. — DK Eyewitness

Hampton Inn is the budget member of the Hilton chain, so don't expect to see Paris anywhere near this 250-room budget lodge. — Concierge

Rooms are on par with other Hampton Inns -- not too big, not too small, nothing fancy. — Frommer's

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Holiday Inn Express Philadelphia E - Penns Landing

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

The Holiday Inn Express Philadelphia - Penn's Landing is great for travelers who plan to spend much of their stay out and about in Philadelphia. — Gayot

The rates are among the cheapest in town, there's free WiFi and complimentary breakfast, and the staff are (generally) notably helpful and friendly. — Frommer's

This budget-priced, high-rise hotel has no frills but is in a great location within walking distance of historic sites. — DK Eyewitness

The Holiday Inn Express Philadelphia E - Penns Landing is located between major roads and freeways along the Delaware River and within walking distance of Philadelphia's historic Old Town. — Oyster

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Apple Hostels Philadelphia

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

Friendly hostel wedged between Independence Hall National Park and Old City, with bunk beds from $30, some private rooms and free games, tea and coffee. No curfews. — Rough Guide

Cash-strapped visitors to Philly are in luck, because this stalwart hostel is planted right in the heart of Old City, just a few blocks from the marquee sights of Independence National Historic Park. — Frommer's

This upgraded jewel is sparkling clean and in a safe neighborhood, just a short walk from major sights. — Lonely Planet

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Courtyard Philadelphia Downtown

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

This is a comfortable Marriott-brand hotel housed in the historic, former City Hall Annex building. — DK Eyewitness

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

This hotel's central location, pleasing City Hall views and gilded lobby compensate for sterile rooms lacking in character. — Lonely Planet

This hotel is in the historic City Hall Annex, and the original brass, copper, and bronze details on the elevators and staircases have been lovingly refinished. — Fodor's

Converted from Philadelphia's former City Hall Annex in 1999, this historic building is now a 17-story respite of comfortable, modern rooms in the heart of downtown. — Gayot

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Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel

Philadelphia 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This big, modern commercial hotel plays second fiddle to the newer, more stylish Hyatt Regency farther down Race Street; this is ideal if you are looking for a hotel to host a convention — Star Service

Although it's a popular convention hotel, this hotel also caters to both business and leisure travelers. — Fodor's

Located in the middle of Center City, this large hotel is located two blocks from the Pennsylvania Convention Center. — Travel + Leisure

This hotel is a safe and reliable bet for modern and comfortable accommodation. — Gayot

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aloft Philadelphia Airport

Philadelphia 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A glimpse of the future of overnighting can be had from this lower-priced branch of Starwood's upscale W Hotels chain. — Frommer's

Fancy, new terminals, decent restaurants and hip airport hotels are the wave of the future for frequent business travelers. — BlackBook

A stylish standout among hotels ringing Philadelphia International Airport, this high-tech, lower-priced label of the W Hotel brand offers airport check-in kiosks. — Zagat

Just half a mile away from Philadelphia International Airport, aloft Philadelphia Airport adds to the wide choice available to travellers. — Gayot

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Residence Inn Philadelphia Center City

Philadelphia 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

Located right across the street from City Hall, the Residence Inn by Marriott Philadelphia City Center provides spacious and comfortable suite accommodations. — Gayot

Originally the Market Street National Bank, this building from the 1920s has a beautifully restored Art Deco facade. — Fodor's

Inspired views of City Hall and a position at the centre of Center City make this an appealing choice. — Lonely Planet

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Four Points by Sheraton Philadelphia City Center

Philadelphia 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located four blocks from the Convention Center, it has a fabulous seafood restaurant and an impressive modern design with a four-story high lobby atrium. — DK Eyewitness

With its understated boutique-like charms, this Four Points, opened in December 2008, offers a practical yet homey alternative to some of its larger neighbors in the convention center area. — Fodor's

This huge convention hotel remains a safe, dependable chain offering, and the staff holds up well under pressure. Security remains a conspicuous presence. — Star Service

The 92-room property offers free high-speed Internet access and complimentary bottled water for their guests who will surely find comfort in modern, country-cozy style rooms. — Gayot

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