Located in Chinatown, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Pennsylvania Convention Center, and Reading Terminal Market. ...
Located in South Philadelphia, this golf hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Wells Fargo Center and Citizens Bank Park. Mummers Museum and Liberty Bell Center are ...
Located in Center City, this hotel is steps from Art Institute of Philadelphia and Walnut Street. Rittenhouse Square and City Hall are also within 10 minutes. ...
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As the most populous city in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia is the state's epicenter of culture, entertainment, sports and trade. Known as "The Cradle of Liberty," Philadelphia has played a major role in national politics since colonial times. America's founding fathers such as Benjamin Franklin have greatly shaped the physical landscape and philosophical attitude of this city.
During your stay in "The City of Brotherly Love," explore important sites in early American history such as Independence Hall, and the Liberty Bell museum. While here don't forget to taste an original Philly cheese steak sandwich.
Downtown Philadelphia is served by SEPTA underground subway trains, as well as street trams. You could also navigate Philly by car on major highways such as I-76 and I-95. Both of these roads cross the Delaware River and lead to major cities in New Jersey, including Camden and Trenton.
Philadelphia's main sports venues are all clustered together in the southern downtown district, which offers ample parking space for vehicles. You could also use rapid transit to arrive at Citizens Bank Park, Wells Fargo Center, or the Lincoln Financial Field. If you're looking to stay in the heart of Philadelphia, reserve a room along Market Street.
The flight between Seattle–Tacoma International Airport (SEA), and Philadelphia International Airport (PHL), takes about five and a half hours.