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During a day visit, we ran into two couples who recommended this hotel. So we stayed. It was very cute, and historic, which we liked. The rooms were nice, tidy and had lots of character. Continental breakfast was included, which was great, but beware of...More
This was a great two night stay. Very friendly staff, excellent breakfast, clean rooms and very comfy bed. Ideal location for walking to all historic sites. Room had small balcony, allowed great view of city.
Much nicer than a huge chain hotel and very good...More
Situated in old town, near the Delaware river this hotel is fine base to explore the city. Near Penn's landing and a little walk from Liberty Bell and Liberty Hall. Rooms are nice and clean. Service is outstanding. We planned our visit to Philly however...More
Aside from the perfect location of the hotel, the price, and the comfy room, I also have to compliment the breakfast at this place - it's insanely good! Nice options, from waffles to eggs, to fresh fruit. Such a nice bonus to not have to...More
We just spent the wknd here & loved it. It was so beautiful...clean & nostalgic. Staff only complimented our wonderful stay here. Great house wine bar & dining in Panorama. Close to Penns Landing & other attractions. Parking is safe in lot right next door....More
There is a small lot next to the hotel, not owned but strong working relationships. Cost about $30.00 per day and you can come a go. However, because of the hotel's location, you do not need a car to visit most of the... More
There is a small lot next to the hotel, not owned but strong working relationships. Cost about $30.00 per day and you can come a go. However, because of the hotel's location, you do not need a car to visit most of the historic sites in Philly. A cab ride across the city only costs about $10.00. Park you car and enjoy the city.