Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Philadelphia area.
The largest city in Pennsylvania, second only in size to New York City amongst the Atlantic states, is also the historic home base of the American Revolution. The Declaration of Independence was signed and the U.S. Constitution was written in Philadelphia, and two of America's greatest symbols, Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, still draw crowds of visitors. The nickname "city of brotherly love" owes not to anyone's perception that people are friendlier here than elsewhere, but rather perhaps to the hope of the original citizens who assembled the name literally from these Greek terms, though Philadelphia does seem to encourage a uniquely American spirit of welcome for its diverse citizenry and visitors. The city's rich history as an integral part of American culture has encouraged the development of many ethnic neighborhoods, and areas that have been shaped around historic events. The cuisine of Philadelphia is as culturally varied as its neighborhoods, yet somewhow cohesive and integrated enough to have earned the name Philly on many items that are famous nation-wide.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Philadelphia area by selecting one of the options shown below.
|·||Downtown Philadelphia||·||Philadelphia Airport|
|Downtown. The city center historic district includes Independence Park, home to the Liberty Bell.||Lodging options near the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL), located 7 miles southwest of downtown.|
|·||Surrounding Communities||·||Camden, NJ|
|Lodging throughout the suburban areas, including Montgomery, Bucks, and Delaware Counties.||Lodging options in New Jersey's Camden and Burlington Counties across the Delaware River.|
|Lodging located in communities NW of the Philadelphia city center.||Lodging options located in the greater Philadelphia area.|
|·||Trenton, NJ||·||Allentown Metro|
|Lodging southwest of Philadelphia, across the Delaware River in and around Trenton, including the communities of Flemington, Lakehurst, Lawrenceville and others.||Lodging options northwest of Philadelphia in the Greater Allentown area.|
Area Facts: Philadelphia was founded in 1682 by William Penn. The local area code for Philadelphia is 215.
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