by Amanda Geronikos
Located in Old City Philadephia, the BEST WESTERN PLUS Independence Park Hotel is an old, intimate property that’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places, having served as both a brewery and doll manufacture business before becoming a family-friendly hotel in the City of Brotherly Love.
Today, it has just 36 guestrooms, all furnished in vintage decor. Each room is equipped with one king, one queen, or two queen beds, and children ages 17 and under stay free with a paying adult. Cribs and rollaway beds are available upon request. Free wirleless internet is provided to all hotel guests.
Our Editor Loves
- Historic building
- Intimate property
- Free Wi-Fi
- Free Wi-Fi
We stayed in this hotel first several years ago. Pleasant, with its own style, in the middle of the historic heart of Philadelphia. Very pleasant staff. The hotel seem to have upgraded from what i remember and kept up with adjustments and improvements. Nice standard rooms, convenient location of the garage. Breakfast included is always a plus. Would stay again given an opportunity.
by David S
Our first floor room overlooked the main street yet was pleasantly quiet, with instant hot water, and was roomy enough for both of us.
Breakfast was superb! soft classical music is played as you dine on a wide variety of dishes that will suit most culinary traditions, and the tables were set with clean linen everyday. A bonus was the complimentary tea and cookies served at 3.30 pm.