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Be inspired when you take a short walk up a flight of wide marble stairs through massive doors that open to a spectacular main rotunda hidden from the outside world. The grandiose scale and elegance whispers to you of an era graciously preserved. The skylight four stories above adds to the ambiance and warmth. The bustling noises of Broad Street are replaced by the hushed tones of jazz played on a grand piano and echoing off marble and polished granite. The rooms are located in a new building behind the old rotunda building, which affords an excellent view east and west.
Originally the headquarters of the Pennsylvania Savings Fund Society (PSFS), this fantastic hotel boasts comfortable rooms, wonderful service, chic yet historic decor, fully wired rooms for business travelers, and packages for romantic weekend getaways. A red neon sign atop that says PSFS, marks the skyline as a historically significant landmark and the best of early 20th Century design and architecture. Since it's located across the street from the Pennsylvania Convention Center, advance reservations are recommended.
The top five floors of this classic Victorian structure hold a five-star hotel. Dining is an essential part of your stay. Founders, with its breathtaking view of the city, was ranked by Conde Nast Traveler as one of the nation's 50 best restaurants. American and Continental Cuisine, brunch, or afternoon tea.
Located in Rittenhouse Square, this Leeds certified, eco-friendly hotel is known for its award-winning service. Hotel Palomar is housed within a heritage Art Deco building and therefore is popular for its stunning architecture and design. Guests can stay at one of its luxury suites which have their own Fiji tubs, dining rooms and in-room spa services. Square 1682 restaurant, adjacent to the hotel, is frequented for its delicious local cuisine and also serves as a bar. The hotel's banquet rooms offer facilities to hold weddings and other private parties as well. Part of the Kimpton chain, Hotel Palomar doesn't disappoint with its excellent service and luxurious amenities.
The Reynolds-Morris House built by John and William Reynolds in 1787 in a major landmark in the Washington Square West neighborhood of Philadelphia. The beautiful building inspired by the Georgian style of architecture, now operates as a top-notch hotel. Giving the cozy feel of a charming, old bed & breakfast and providing services conducive to an upscale hotel, the Morris House Hotel is quite a popular accommodation option in the City of Brotherly Love. The building was added to National Register of Historic Places as well as National Historic Landmark in 1967. Needless to say, a stay here will be culturally enriching.