Boutique Hotels in Philadelphia, PAPennsylvania
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Canopy by Hilton Philadelphia Center City0.24 miles
Motto By Hilton Philadelphia Rittenhouse Square0.39 miles
The Logan Philadelphia, Curio Collection by Hilton0.41 miles
Get A Taste Of Philly From Top Boutique Hotels In Philadelphia
While Philadelphia is known for its rich colonial history, it’s also known for a very famous sandwich: cheesesteak! A Philadelphia staple, it’s made with thinly sliced beef and melted cheese on a long roll, but you can also get it with chicken or roasted pork. If you're feeling ambitious, try the "double-decker" version—that's two steaks stacked one on top of the other.
The city’s culinary delights are within walking distance of most boutique hotels in Philidelphia. If you're looking for something less heavy, there are plenty of options like hoagies, roast pork sandwiches and roast beef sandwiches. You can also try chicken cheesesteaks or "double-decker" versions of these as well!
Philadelphia Boutique Hotels to Revisit Star-Spangled History
Aside from the Philly cheesesteak, tourists flock to the city for its rich history in building the United States. Step outside your boutique hotel in historic Philadelphia and see The Liberty Bell, which was originally commissioned as part of an order by the Pennsylvania Assembly to commemorate American independence from Great Britain, has been on display at Independence Hall since 1976. Its famous crack is the result of demonstrations against slavery in 1835. Independence Hall has a rich story of its own; it’s the building where Thomas Jefferson wrote his first draft of the Declaration of Independence, where the U.S. Constitution was born, as well as where George Washington took his first oath as commander-in-chief.
Boutique Hotels in Philadelphia to Enjoy the Presidential Experience
There is no shortage of history to take in just outside of your boutique hotel in Philadelphia. Located in the city's historic district, the Betsy Ross House tells the story of Betsy Ross, a seamstress who became famous for making the first American flag. At this museum, visitors can see how she used her sewing skills to make flags for George Washington and other Revolutionary War soldiers. They can also learn about her life as a seamstress and how she used her craft to help create important moments in American history.
Take In The Art Scene From The Best Boutique Hotels In Philadelphia
The Philadelphia Museum of Art is the city’s largest art museum, with more than 100 galleries featuring international works from Africa, America and Europe. The Barnes Foundation features a collection of Impressionist paintings by Renoir, Cézanne and Matisse in a neoclassical building designed by famed architect Paul Cret. You can also see the Rodin Museum, which holds some sculptures by Auguste Rodin, including “The Thinker” as well as other works by Henri Michelangelo and Camille Claudel. You’ll also want to check out the Franklin Institute Science Museum or Academy of Natural Sciences (both free). If you’re traveling with kids, the indoor water park at Woodford Family Fun Center, along with museums like Morris Arboretum & Botanical Gardens are great places where they can run around and burn off some energy.
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