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We chose this hotel because of its historical value, as it's well over 230 yrs old. We knew going in that there would be some modern conveniences missing, but that was OK. The hotel made up for it in charm, where it lacked in elevators...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
Stayed at this lovely hotel while my husband was a patient at Pennsylvania Hospital. The staff was generously accommodating given the many unknowns of a hospital stay. It was rejuvenating to come back and sit beside a warm fire and awake to an elegant breakfast...More
The Morris House Hotel may be running slightly on auto pilot. Rooms are as expected in a historic inn, some slight inconveniences like old shower heads and small bathrooms but the beds are comfortable and with the added sitting room, there is more than enough...More
We were in town to visit all the national park sites associated with the birth of our nation and wanted a small hotel within walking distance of all the sites. Wow did we score!! Morris House is a recently renovated large residence that was built...More