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Club Quarters Hotel in Philadelphia
Club Quarters Hotel in Philadelphia
4 out of 5
1628 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs8,060 per night from 14 Nov to 14 Nov
4/5 Very Good! (2,284 reviews)
"It was really safe and convenient to all the downtown areas. The staff and keying were good Thebapp is nice with the virtal key that gets you in the door. Sadly, Davio's restaurant didn't survivebthe pandemic. My only complaint is about the smoking. Although smoking is banned, it was not enforced. ..."

Reviewed on 13 Oct 2021

Club Quarters Hotel in Philadelphia
The Windsor Suites
The Windsor Suites
4 out of 5
1700 Ben Franklin Pkwy, Philadelphia, PA
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs11,439 per night from 14 Nov to 14 Nov
4.4/5 Excellent! (1,643 reviews)
"Huge room, nice pool and rooftop"

Reviewed on 14 Oct 2021

The Windsor Suites
DoubleTree by Hilton Philadelphia Center City
DoubleTree by Hilton Philadelphia Center City
4 out of 5
237 S. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs13,020 per night from 24 Oct to 24 Oct
4.2/5 Excellent! (1,579 reviews)
"I was very pleased with the location of the hotel. It was easy to access all locations that interests me along with great dining options. Staff was accommodating and professional, which is a major concern when staying away from home. They have created a comfortable general space with staff and other ..."

Reviewed on 15 Oct 2021

DoubleTree by Hilton Philadelphia Center City
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Philadelphia Holiday Packages

Home of the famous cheesesteak, the City of Brotherly Love is rich in American history and culture. 

In July 1776 the Liberty Bell rang out across Philadelphia and crowds gathered to hear the Declaration of Independence read in public for the first time. Eleven years later on September 17, the delegates of the Constitutional Convention again gathered in the city to sign the constitution in what is now known as Independence Hall. Today, Philadelphia enjoys the distinction of being steeped in history and on the cutting edge of culture and entertainment.

The city is enduringly marked from the days when historic figures such as Samuel Adams, Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson walked its streets. There are dozens of heritage sites in the Independence National Historical Park including the Liberty Bell Centre and Independence Hall. Explore the National Constitution Centre where interactive exhibits focus on the important people and moments in those formative years.

History is celebrated in Philadelphia, but the city is certainly not stuck in the past. Gaze at some of the 227,000 objects housed in the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Enjoy a night out in a stylish Downtown bar or with the orchestra at the Kimmel Centre in West Philadelphia. The city is also a centre for cultural events, including an ever-changing programme of special exhibits at Philadelphia’s African American Museum

South Street, the Delaware River, the Schuylkill River and Vine Street bind the Central City area, or Downtown. Downtown is where you can try a Dutch shoofly pie at the Reading Terminal Market or a Philly cheesesteak at Geno’s. More than a simple lunch, a cheesesteak is a cultural experience unique to Philadelphia and everyone has an opinion on who serves them up best. Continue your foodie adventure at the Italian Market

Families will enjoy visiting the Philadelphia Zoo. This is the oldest zoo in America, with 42 acres (17 hectares) of Victorian gardens and more than 1,000 animals. Nearby, let the kids run loose and explore the extensive displays at the Please Touch Museum

When fresh air beckons retreat to the Morris Arboretum where there’s more than 13,000 labeled plants. Take a bike ride along the snaking Schuylkill River in the world’s largest city park, Fairmount Park.

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