A unique name for a unique place, King of Prussia, PA took its distinct moniker from a local inn, where George Washington stayed for Thanksgiving in 1777. A visit to the famous inn is only one of the many delights that King of Prussia has to offer.
King of Prussia is home to one of the largest malls in the United States, with over 400 diverse retail stores, and three food courts boasting a wealth of dining options. To avoid the crowds, get there early and you can stop by the diner for a hot breakfast sandwich before the mall even opens.
After you’ve had your shopping fix, head to the Valley Forge National Historic Park. With 30 miles of hiking trails and 3,500 acres packed with wildlife, there’s plenty to see in this historically significant spot. For more action-filled activities, ski, rock climb, or zip line at nearby Spring Mountain Adventures.
For fun in the greater region, take a day trip to nearby Philadelphia to tour the Liberty Bell, or visit its famous zoo. If you’re not stuffed with the region’s famous cheesesteaks, you’ll also want to try some more of the city’s delicious cuisine. In nearby Lancaster County, you can visit an Amish village and learn more about their interesting culture. History buffs, nature lovers, and city dwellers can all find something to love in King of Prussia.
When you return to your IHG hotel, you’ll be sure to have all the comforts you need for a good night’s sleep. Indulge in our complimentary amenities and fall back into a crisp, clean, cozy bed. When you stay at one of our IHG hotels in King of Prussia, you can expect stylish accommodations at a great price.
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