Philadelphia International Airport (PHL)
Airport Hotels and Accommodation

(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - PA, USA)

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The city of Philadelphia has plenty of accommodation for everyone, both close to Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and throughout the central districts. Hotels both in and around Philadelphia can be expensive and include many upscale chains, although discounted weekend packages are often available.

Philadelphia: Airport Hotels and Accommodation

Located within the ground of the airport, the Airport Marriott is a particularly popular place to stay and is situated along One Arrivals Road. A surprisingly large number of additional hotels can be found within just 2 miles / 3 km of PHL Airport, along Bartram Avenue, Island Avenue and the South Governor Printz Boulevard, many of which offer shuttle buses at no extra cost.

Hotel Name
Airport Marriott
One Arrivals Road, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania (PA), 19153, USA
Econo Lodge PHL Airport Lester
600 South Governor Printz Boulevard, Lester,
Pennsylvania (PA), USA
Hilton Philadelphia Airport Hotel
4509 Island Avenue,╩Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania (PA),╩19153, USA
Sheraton Four Points
4101A Island Avenue,
Philadelphia (PA), 19153, USA
Embassy Suites PHL Airport Hotel
9000 Bartram Avenue, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania (PA), 19153, USA
Hampton Inn PHL International Airport
8660 Bartram Avenue, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania (PA), USA
Comfort Inn Airport Essington
53 Industrial Highway, Essington,
Pennsylvania (PA), USA
Holiday Inn Airport Hotel
45 Industrial Highway, Essington,
Pennsylvania (PA), 19029, USA
Ramada Inn
76 Industrial Highway, Route 291, Essington,
Pennsylvania (PA), 19029, USA
Holiday Inn Philadelphia Hotel
900 Packer Avenue, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania (PA), 19148, USA

Philadelphia: City Hotels and Accommodation

The city is approximately 7 miles / 11 km northeast of Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and full of popular hotels. Historic B&Bs are fairly scarce in Philadelphia, being greatly outnumbered by modern high-rise hotels with impressive views of the surrounding cityscape.

Those looking to stay in Philadelphia on a tight budget should consider the HI Bank Street Hostel along South Bank Street, with contains 70 dormitory beds and a spacious lounge area. Mid-range hotels are more plentiful in the city, being located in the following regions.

Center City District
Known for its eye-catching City Hall and proximity to the Italian Market, the Center City area of Philadelphia has much to offer in the way of hotels. Accommodation in this neighborhood is never far from top dining venues, shopping malls and cultural attractions, such as the Museum of American Art. Some of the most desirable Center City hotels offer river views and can be quick to fill up during popular local events, which include the Mummers Parade at the beginning of January, the Gay Pride Weekend in June, the Philadelphia Fringe Festival in September and the Annual Marathon each November.

Penn's Landing District
A lively and scenic part of the city, waterfront hotels are especially popular in Penn's Landing, being situated close to the banks of the Delaware River. Known for its historical significance, this part of Philadelphia is full of exceptional sightseeing opportunities, such as the Independence Seaport Museum and the Moshulu ship. A host of recreational activities await in the noteworthy riverfront park, with eateries and local stores never far from hand.

Rittenhouse Square
Rittenhouse Square is a stylish and chic area of Philadelphia, containing many old townhouses and a good selection of attractive hotels. Self-catering apartments can also be found here, although these are in short supply and should be reserved well in advance.

Manayunk District
Many hotels lie close to the Manayunk district, on the western side of the city center. An important area of Philadelphia, steeped in history, Manayunk is also home to a plethora of restaurants, shops and boutiques, which are popular with both locals and visitors to the district.

South Street
A trendy area of Philadelphia, South Street is known for its vibrant atmosphere, with many reasonably priced modern hotels lying close to funky coffee shops, specialty stores and bars.

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