The room was lovely. Staff was helpful and cordial. Great location. Breakfast could be upgraded.
interesting old building, home style breakfast no amenities
staff was nice, beautiful setting and building.
Great location, beautiful hotel, lovely room. Tea & cookies in the afternoon is a nice touch. Rubbish TV. Breakfast should be better
The staff were super friendly and couldn't do enough for us, the rooms were gorgeous and historic with walls full of books, and the homemade, warm cookies during the complimentary afternoon tea were to die for! Oh and the toiletries were all paraben-free, too! There was some rumbling of underground trains at regular intervals - enough to shake the teacups but not enough to keep us awake. And there's no lift, so if your room is on an upper floor, you might have problems with heavy luggage.
A lovely old home, now an attractive and conveniently located small hotel. Staff is attentive, rooms are clean and comfortable (two fireplaces in my room last night!) and breakfasts are lovely.
I Beautiful old house with charming rooms. Despite the house was build in 18th century it is very well equiped, only elevator is missing. Perfect location: in the very center of the city, but away from traffic, so it is very quiet at nights.
The easy way of behaving
Nice friendly place to stay especially if female on own. Central to everything in Philadelphia. Meal in courtyard was good too.
Great location, close to independence hall. Restaurants & bars within walking distance. But shower pressure could be better and you can feel vibrations from the underground trains (during the day only)
The small room was charming and, despite the age of the hotel, all systems worked beautifully – HVAC, plumbing, wifi.Common rooms were elegant and comfortable to read or work in. They are dedicated to paper and plastics recycling ... a nice contrast to so many larger hotels. Breakfast was skimpy and bread products were dry. Juice or a fruit bowl would have gone a long way to making this a memorable stay.