Hotels for Outdoor Enthusiasts in Philadelphia
- 1Hotel Class:8 reviews
Funky, cool and chic, I'm really digging the Kimpton Hotels I've been to thus far - San Francisco, Baltimore and now here in Philadelphia. The Hotel Palomar converts a historic downtown Philly space into a perpetual Austin Powers cocktail party. Speaking of which, I absolutely love their daily afternoon wine receptions! Guestrooms are smart and comfortable. Great centralized location to ...
- 2Hotel Class:8 reviews
Great place to stay. In walking distance to tons of great restaurants and the train station is connected to the hotel. Also right across the street is Reading Terminal Market that has almost every type of cuisine in there. From fresh oysters to Cajun to Indian. Just to walk through and sample food is fun.Popular with
- 3Hotel Class:7 reviews
In one sense it is really cool that this hotel in the old PSFS building used be a major bank. In another sense, it can be a little creepy walking through the stone-lined hallways and past huge vaults. But overall, they've done an excellent job at making this a luxurious oasis in the heart of downtown. The fitness center is ...Popular with
- 4Hotel Class:5 reviews
A nice hotel with a central downtown location. The rooms are recently updated and the staff is friendly and helpful. I stayed here for a conference and one day a huge group of conference attendees got caught in a torrential downpour on the way back to the hotel from the Franklin Institute. The front desk staff was standing in the ...Popular with
- 5Hotel Class:5 reviews
Guest suites here are enormous, amongst the biggest I've ever seen for a "hotel"! This is especially remarkable considering it's ideal location in downtown Philly. I was a bit apprehensive at first with their strictly long-term stay policy, but I quickly saw that the AKA isn't so much an extended stay hotel as it is a short stay home. You've ...Popular with
- 6Hotel Class:5 reviews
A stunningly beautiful hotel in the heart of the University of Pennsylvania campus, right next to the Wharton School of Business. I was so taken aback by the unique design of this place. They merge that scholarly hardwood aura of an Ivy-League professor's study with the finest of luxury accommodations. It's both refined and wonderfully comfortable. As a communications guy, ...Popular with
- 7Hotel Class:5 reviews
This is the nicest place to stay at in Philadelphia's historic district. It's sits directly across from Federal Park and is a short walk to the Liberty Bell or Society Hill. Although it is a smaller hotel that bills itself as boutique, it feels like a much bigger place and has most of the amenities you'd find at the big ...Popular with
- 8Hotel Class:6 reviews
I thought this hotel was fantastic! I got a room with two beds, and the room was an okay size for the city, I've been in smaller trust! The bathroom had all of the accoutrements I would expect, and a fantastic bathtub to boot! But what I didn't expect...the beds, more specifically the bedding. I have to tell you, I ...Popular with
- 9Hotel Class:4 reviews
Every once in awhile a very special person (me) meets a very special place (the Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia). What happens next is magic. I love this hotel. It's built in an old, but oh so grandiose downtown bank building. It feels like a palace, and the staff treat you like royalty. I'd come to Philly just to stay here and not ...Popular with
- 10Hotel Class:6 reviews
I stayed here for about a week during a professional conference. Our room was very nice with the LCD screen and Sleep Number Bed. The bathroom was a bit small and the temperature control was inconsistent. The staff really nice, friendly, and accomodating. The restaurant/bar was a very nice suprise with great drinks and delicious and reasonably priced food.Popular with
- 11Hotel Class:5 reviews
Very nice integration of a historical building, modern design and chic European flare. This is the kind of place where it's not only nice to stay in a historical building, it is cool to do so. Love the location across from City Hall and near the Rocky statue. Great lobby bar is fun to hang out in. Only problem is ...Popular with
- 12Hotel Class:4 reviews
Maybe I secretly want to be Swedish. Or perhaps it's just that this place reminded me of great times had in northern Europe? Whatever it is, I really love this hotel. Colorful, sharp, fun and engaging in every detail. And it's an airport hotel. Who loves an airport hotel?? Really, it's almost a waste that this is in a terminal ...
- 13Hotel Class:6 reviews
As with many Four Seasons, Philadelphia delivers on the room and service quality. Location is also a key factor. I really enjoyed the full pool for morning workouts.Popular with
- 14Hotel Class:4 reviews
Overall nice experience. I stayer there once a few years ago on a business trip. Good service. Nice rooms. Very nice hotel. Sheraton quality and standards.Popular with
- 15Hotel Class:4 reviews
What a cool "Independent" hotel. I haven't found a lot of small boutique hotels in Philadelphia that I like as much as the big name places, but this one is an exception. The vault ceilings and amazing art pieces make it feel like a loft art gallery. There are Hershey kisses on the bed and the bathrooms are nice and ...
- 16Hotel Class:3 reviews
It’s all about the luxury and the views. The hotel is right on the waterfront and perfectly situated for some beautiful sunrises, strolls, jogs, or lazy afternoon gazing on the terrace. Everything is up-to-date and top-of-the-line, fitness center, pool, flat screens, video check-out (that was a new one for me!). If anything it’s a little too modern--It felt odd visiting ...Popular with
- 17Hotel Class:4 reviews
You know what, for an airport hotel with nothing fun to do anywhere in walking distance, this is not a bad spot. I really love the ducks in the lobby, the free drinks and the feel of a self-enclosed world. The suites are spacious and allow you to spread out, make yourself at home and forget that you're basically on ...
- 18Hotel Class:3 reviews
The best thing about this hotel is that it is directly connected to the airport. If you get stuck on a layover, you don't even have to go anywhere, other than upstairs to your comfortable room. The hotel itself is not extravagant by Marriott standards, as I think the idea is just to keep you at a basic level of ...Popular with
- 19Hotel Class:4 reviews
Great hotel in an awesome part of town. Very friendly staff, helpful when checking-in and out as well as with directions. The only downside was that the hotel is right on a busy street and the walls/windows let in a lot of sound. Other than that, it was a great experience.
- 20Hotel Class:4 reviews
This hotel is a nice alternative to the big city hotels if you're looking to experience a more authentic and traditional Philadelphia. It's a charming building in a beautiful historic neighborhood, giving you the feel that you are a guest in a home rather than at a hotel. On the downside, this boutique location lacks most of the fine touches ...