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Welcome to HotelGuide.Networks' directory of hotels and hotel reviews for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania!
Philadelphia lays claim as a city of "firsts," many dating to the 17th- and 18th-centuries. Among those are the first art school and art museum, the first hospital, the first botanical garden, the first stock exchange, the first commercial bank, the first university (University of Pennsylvania), the first computer (ENIAC) and the first American convention, the Constitutional Convention in 1787. The Independence Seaport Museum offers a hands-on look at Philadelphia's maritime heritage. One Liberty Place changed Philadelphia's skyline in 1987, becoming the first building to break the early 20th-century gentlemen's agreement that no building be taller than William Penn's statue atop City Hall. Opening of the Pennsylvania Convention Center in 1993 was followed by a boom in hotels, restaurants, nightlife and cultural and entertainment. Greater Philadelphia boasts more than 17,000 rooms (11,000 rooms in the city center) from inns in the countryside to more than 30 hotel brands.
We have organized our listings of Philadelphia's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Philadelphia area by selecting one of the links shown below.
Downtown. Hotels in the city center historic district including Independence Park, home to the Liberty Bell.
Hotels located in the greater Philadelphia area.
Hotels throughout the suburban areas, including Montgomery, Bucks, and Delaware Counties.
Hotels located in communities NW of the Philadelphia city center.
Hotels southwest of Philadelphia, across the Delaware River in and around Trenton, including the communities of Flemington, Lakehurst, Lawrenceville and others.
Hotel options northwest of Philadelphia in the Greater Allentown area.
Hotels near the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL), located 7 miles southwest of downtown.
Hotels in New Jersey's Camden and Burlington Counties across the Delaware River.
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Area Facts: Philadelphia was founded in 1682 by William Penn. The area code for Philadelphia is 215.
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