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This grand historic site is one of the great examples of preserved red brick pre-revolutionary architecture in the United States. The splendid home was occupied by Morris family members for approximately 128 years. The Morris' were well connected throughout early America with the original occupant...More
This is a very well-appointed B&B type hotel, just a few blocks from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. It was built in 1787, the year the Constitutional Convention was meeting nearby. Utterly comfortable, and a pleasure to stay here. The M Restaurant, adjoining, gives...More
This is a very charming building and very VERY well located. All the interactions were kind with the team. We stayed at room 301 - on the 3rd floor, so expect 2 flies of steps carrying luggage up as there is no elevators on it....More
Perfect location for touring the historic sites, period architecture and decor, comfortable rooms, good discount parking, great happy hour specials, good restaurant, Ok breakfast. You really cannot do better than this for downtown Philly.
The room and bath are standard and reasonable considering the location. We were disappointed with the breakfast which is really sub par compared to Hilton or Marriott. We were not pleased with this aspect but food was not our reason for choosing this bed and...More