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We stayed at the society hill hotel for 3 nights. The location was great, only a 5 or so minute walk to the liberty bell and city hall (liberty hall). A shopping center is also within walking distance, which was good. The room was small,...More
The room was the size of a walk-in closet, the bathroom almost non-existent, the bed so small you couldn't turn into it, the air conditioning noisy as an airplane. In four days they never made the room (not even the bed) or changed the towels....More
Concur with other reviews...clean, great location, good price, NO amenities. One thing I wanted to emphasize was that the rooms are SMALL. At least 301, which was a tiny bedroom, connected to a tiny sitting room by a really tiny bathroom. My sister and I...More
This is for sure the worst "hotel" I've ever been in.
First of all, there is no service at all; from time to time somebody is showing up in a sort of office they have on the first floor. Whatever you ask them, be sure...More
This is a great hotel if you just want a clean inexpensive place to stay in the Society Hill area of Philadelphia. Built in 1860, the overall structure of the hotel has changed very little since that time . It gives a unique perspective as...More
US$119 - US$373 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Richard S | Reviewed this property |
Not sure, I was 21 at the time and had to provide photo id when signing in. If you can afford it I really would go else where. Bugs in the beds and ants on the floors both literally not metaphorically.