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We arrived by train and decided to walk to the hotel as New Years Day was cold but sunny. On arrival we were warmly welcomed and our room was ready. The room was comfortable and on the side of the hotel. Toiletries and tea, coffee...More
I don't know much about Philadelphia but I took a chance and booked Penn's View Hotel because it was .07 miles from the Theatre of Living Arts where we were seeing a band. Friday night stay. It was very cute from outside. Quaint and older....More
If there are two kinds of hotels in the world; cookie cutter, big box hotels and quaint, charming hotels that border on staying at B&B's. Each have their pluses and minuses, but like many things it's how well the hotel executes it 's mission.
Location, location, location! We stayed here one night for New Year’s Eve. This was the perfect spot to ring in the New Year. The hotel is situated just across I95 from Penn’s Landing which is easily crossed by a bridge positioned just next to the...More
We stayed here for 3 nights. The first night our room was close to the inter-state so it was noisy. The second and third night we requested a quieter room and the hotel staff was great about this. They did not charged us extra for...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.
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"a room away from the main street and the inter-state"