Homewood Suites Philadelphia – City Avenue

4200 City Ave., Philadelphia, 19131, PA

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Homewood Suites Philadelphia – City Avenue is a great location for families. This hotel is perfect if you’re visiting the The Barnes Foundation, Fireman’s Hall and National Museum of American Jewish History. Other nearby attractions include the Independence National Historical Park and Philadelphia Museum of Art.

The hotel has 131 units, which come in studio and suite variations. Suites are ideal for families, since they offer fully equipped kitchens.

Complimentary perks include Wi-Fi access, a grocery shopping service, breakfast, newspaper delivery and drinks, served Monday through Thursday. A convenience store, open 24 hours, is also located onsite.

Learn more about Homewood Suites by Hilton.

Our Editor Loves

  • Suites with full kitchens
  • Onsite convenience store
  • Complimentary breakfast and Wi-Fi

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Kitchenettes
  • Onsite Dining
  • Refrigerator


Not the norm for a Hilton property.

by Patty C

The entire hotel is rundown. It desperately needs a facelift. Poor signage, so Uber drivers always needed additional landmarks to find the hotel. The nightly rate was not inline with the caliber of this facility.

Do not bring a vehicle - parking system completely broken

by speeroid

I've stayed here a number of times, and it's OK -- pretty typical Homewood Suites amenities. However, this particular property has a parking problem. Because of the Medical school next door, street spaces are all taken, but they share a lot with the Hilton down the street. They moved to an "automated" system whereby you take a ticket and then have it validated by the desk clerk and they charge your room $12.

When I was there last week, the system never worked -- every time I entered, I had to get a valet from the Hilton to let me in, then, after I validated the ticket, I couldn't leave the parking lot. So I had to run back and forth to the hotel (about 150 yards) to ask them to call security, go back and wait for them to let me out.

I'm not sure what the $12 was for.