Philadelphia Lodging

Philadelphia, located in southeastern Pennsylvania, on the southern fringe of the mid-Atlantic region, is the fifth-largest city in the United States. Home of the cheesesteak and the Liberty Bell, Philadelphia mixes history and sophistication with modern pursuits. Philadelphia, which means "City of Brotherly Love" in Greek, is often referred to as “Philly” by those who know it well.

Accommodations in Philly range from first class to economy. In addition to luxury vacation rentals, modern condo rentals, and five star accommodation, you will find a range quaint vacation rentals and holiday lodging. Philadelphia is known for its diversity and lodging options here are no exception.

Philadelphia was once the nation's capital and is now a bustling city retaining a certain charm with cobblestone streets, historic buildings and colonial houses. The city is where America declared its independence on the 4th of July, 1776 and it is full of historic tourist attractions.

What makes Philadelphia so memorable is its unique blend of experiences it has to offer visitors. By day, explore four centuries of history and architecture, beautiful neighborhoods, remarkable museum collections and endless shopping. After the sun sets, the city heats up with acclaimed performing arts, amazing dining and vibrant nightlife.

Famous as the birthplace of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, Philadelphia offers much more than cobblestone streets and historical landmarks. Cultural, culinary, artistic and ethnic treasures abound in this city. The city of Philadelphia features many sleek shopping districts, five-star restaurants and America's largest colonial district. The 'Avenue of the Arts' can be found to the south of the City Hall and is lined with entertainment venues, art galleries, museums and theaters.

As far as accommodation options in Philadelphia, you have much to choose from. If you’re interested in early United States history, consider a vacation rental in the Historic District; for a special trip consider luxury condo rental; and if Fido is traveling with you, Philadelphia’s got pet-friendly vacation rental accommodations too.

Travelers planning to visit multiple attractions may benefit from Philadelphia CityPASS, which grants admission to 6 Philadelphia attractions within 9 days of first use for a much reduced rate and includes expedited entry in some cases. The included attractions are: The Franklin Institute; Adventure Aquarium; Philly Trolley & The Big Bus Company; Philadelphia Zoo; The Academy of Natural Sciences or the National Constitution Center and Please Touch Museum or Eastern State Penitentiary.

Every year, Philadelphia plays host to millions of business travelers, individuals, couples, and families who come to sample the city's unique blend of history and progress! Take the trip to find out why Philadelphia has earned its reputation as ‘The Place That Loves You Back’!

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  • Cozy Home in Historic Washington Square

    Cozy Home in Historic

    Philadelphia: Townhouse
    • 2 BDR
    • 1 BA
    • Sleeps 4
    • #206501
    avg $200 USD/night Paypal Pet Friendly
    Our Three Story home located in the heart of Washington Square is just steps from the Convention Center, Independence Hall, City Hall and the Liberty Bell. With 3 floors and 2 bedrooms and 1 bath, our home can easily accommodate up to 4 travelers. We supply a fully equipped kitchen, linens & towels as well as internet and cable TV. Philadelphia is a bustling city overflowing with activity, history, and culture. The 'City of Brotherly Love' is a city where many come to learn about the history of America's roots by touring Independence Hall, viewing the Liberty Bell, and visiting the house where Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence. What many visitors forget is that Philadelphia's history was written not just in a house that stood at Seventh and Market streets, but also in the neighborhoods where Philadelphians still live today. While much of Philadelphia has been modernized and updated, some structures remain the same as they were in the 18th century when John Adams and Thomas Jefferson strolled through the streets of Philadelphia during the American Revolution. One of the things that makes Philadelphia unique is its architecture and real estate. Just one example of unique real estate is the Trinity houses of Philadelphia. Below is some more information on this uniquely Philadelphia structure and how it has survived the test of time. What is a Trinity house. A Trinity house is a three-story house with each floor containing one room. The Trinity house is believed to have originated in Philadelphia as early as the year 1720, and nearly 300 years later, Trinity houses are still found across the city of Philadelphia. Sometimes called 'Father, Son, and Holy Ghost' houses or 'Bandbox' houses, Trinity houses are typically quite small with an estimated 400-700 square feet of living space (our home has 700 sqft). While these houses were commonly used for families in past generations, in reflection of today's living standards, a Trinity house would be best for a young couple or roommates.
  • A Luxury Penthouse. Close to all the History Old City has to Offer

    A Luxury Penthouse. Close

    Philadelphia: Condo
    • 2 BDR
    • 1 BA
    • Sleeps 4
    • #206482
    avg $188 USD/night Paypal Pet Friendly
    Welcome to the Chestnut Lofts. A boutique condominium building centrally located 3 blocks from the Liberty Bell, Independence hall and 1 block from Penns Landing and the waterfront. Step out your door to dine at cafes and restaurants or explore Old City in a horse drawn carriage. If visiting for a trade show, we are just a short walk to the convention center as well. Our 1,200 square foot condo has granite counter tops, brand new stainless steal appliances, exposed brick walls and beautiful exposed wood beams. This condo also has Wifi. The building is a certified historic landmark and is a unique blend of both new and old. If you are coming to Philadelphia to experience the history or enjoy the fine dining you could not ask for a better location.
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