Pack your walking shoes. The City of Brotherly Love is best explored by foot, and guests of our Holiday Inn Express® Philadelphia hotels will enjoy all the rich history, beautiful architecture and historic sites they encounter as they tour this charming city.
Kick off your Philadelphia hotel stay with a visit to Center City, one of the biggest business districts in the U.S. and a popular tourist destination, thanks to an abundance of shopping, dining and entertainment options. The observation deck at City Hall offers great views of the Philly skyline, and the celebrated Art Museum District, where you’ll find the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Academy of Natural Sciences, Franklin Institute and Rodin Museum, is a short walk or trolley ride away. Next, head to Rittenhouse Square. This culturally vibrant area offers cafes, boutiques, art galleries, theatres and more.
Looking to brush up on your American history? Then a trip to Independence Mall is definitely in order. See the Liberty Bell up close or take a tour of Independence Hall, the birthplace of American democracy. There are dozens of landmarks and historical buildings in this area, so set aside a couple of hours – if not a whole day – for sight seeing, then stick around after dark and watch the Old City come alive with restaurants, bars and night clubs.
Of course, no visit to our Philadelphia hotels is complete without sampling the city’s most famous culinary offering – the Philly cheese steak. It’s sold all over, but most will argue that you have to go South Philly for the real thing, and Pat’s King of Steaks is where this gooey, cheesy steak and onion sandwich was born. Round out your Philadelphia hotel stay with tickets to a big game. With several professional sports teams calling Philadelphia home, including the Phillies, 76’ers, Eagles, and Flyers, this town is made for sports enthusiasts.
Bordentown's only extended stay hotel located 8 miles from McGuire AFB & Ft. Dix, Philadelphia is only 45 minutes away. We are exit 56 coming north and exit 57 coming south off of 295. We are exit 7 off the NJ Turnpike (95).
I stay here often with my wife and granchildren. It's important to us to start our day as early as possible which means we need to eat breakfast quickly and then out the door. On this visit there was[More]
no breakfast at the advertised time and by the time all items were in place it was twenty minutes late. This was a big problem for us. To make matters worse there were NO cinnamon roles! The not too friendly server had an some excuse the was completely illogical. I'm hoping that this will be corrected on our next trip. [Less]
Easy check in and out, very clean rooms (beds and bath), smallish tv and a few channels missing, but still good quality. The bar has a great beer selection, has a nice food selection, quality of both[More]
is very high as well, but the staff is very indifferent and slow. [Less]