This hotel was great!! It's an old house from the 1700's converted into a hotel. The old wood floors, design of the furnishings were very old world and took us back to the old world. There are a couple of drawbacks due to the age of the house. If you have neighbors that stay out late, you can hear them coming in as the floors creak and the doors slam closed. Also, every time the Subway goes by below the entire house shakes. Other than that, it was spectacular. The ambiance alone makes up for the drawbacks. I would recommend this highly couples with no kids if you want to experience history in your hotel room.
- Also Known As:
- Morris Hotel Philadelphia
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This national historic landmark, renovated into a luxury boutique hotel, offers cozy accommodations and elegantly combines 18th century charm with all of today's modern conveniences.The Morris House Hotel offers uniquely decorated rooms, complete with charming views of the private garden or city. Free Wi-Fi is included.Guests at the hotel can enjoy a delicious continental breakfast every morning and afternoon tea with homemade cookies. M Restaurant, located on site, features French-inspired cuisine and a garden patio.Only a short distance from the Morris House are some of Philadelphia's main attractions. Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell are moments away. A number of world-renowned restaurants, shops and theaters are also within walking distance. ... more less
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