• A One-Night Stay for Two in a Superior Room
• Overnight Parking
• Combine Vouchers to Stay for Up to Three Nights
South Philly claims its beloved marble-mouthed boxer and Old City cornered the market on historical dudes, but the heartbeat of Philadelphia pulses in Center City. Bookended by the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the old Wanamaker building, Center City is packed with great shopping and even better food and brews. Daily organ concerts in the fabulous old Wanamaker Building (now Macy's) are fun freebies.
The Sonesta Hotel Philadelphia puts you in the heart of the downtown neighborhood near Rittenhouse Square. Like the statue of Billy Penn perched atop the historic old City Hall building next door, you can roost in comfort in one of the the hotel's 445 rooms. You'll have access to complimentary high-speed Internet in your cushy digs, and best of all, the Sonesta receives top marks for its staff's hospitality—remember, this is the City of Brotherly Love.
If you're a history buff, don your three-cornered hat and turn right when you leave the front door—all of historic Philadelphia is waiting for you in Old City. The Liberty Bell and Independence Hall bear witness to the important role Philly played in history, but if you really want an important roll, don't leave town without a hoagie stuffed with slivers of steak and topped with cheese whiz. You can work it off with a trip to the opposite end of the city, where changing exhibitions bolster a robust permanent collection at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
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Sonesta Hotel Philadelphia
History and Brotherly Love in Philly
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