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Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn's Landing
201 South Columbus Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Nightly Rates (199.00 - 214.00) 4 Star
|The Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn's Landing is the only business hotel in Philadelphia with a resort like atmosphere. The Hotel is located on the scenic Delaware River at Penn's Landing. Youll find the historic district, eclectic shopping, entertainment and exciting nightlife of Olde City all within walking distance to our front steps. Easily accessible to all major highways, it leaves behind the stress of city transportation. The Hyatt Regency is the only waterfront hotel providing ferry access to sites both in Philadelphia & along the Camden waterfront. Amidst many family attractions such as the Philadelphia Zoo and Adventure Aquarium plus waterfront dining, it's the perfect hotel for a family vacation, romantic getaway, business meeting or social event.|
Admire historic downtown views from our newly refreshed Philadelphia accommodations. Warm hues of chocolate, sky blue and beige complement deluxe amenities, including 32” flat screen TV, iHome stereo with iPod dock, Portico bath products, refrigerator, ov
|From I-76 (Schuylkill Expressway), follow signs to central Philadelphia taking Exit 344, I-676 East. Take I-676 approximately 1.6 miles to the exit for the Ben Franklin Bridge. Staying in the left lanes on the exit ramp, make a right (South) at the bottom of the ramp onto 6thStreet. Stay left on 6th Street following the circle to the Ben Franklin Bridge. Cross the Ben Franklin Bridge and bear right to continue on I-676 South. Remaining in the right lane, look for Exit 5B, less than ¼ mile from toll plaza on the right-hand side. Exit at 5B “Market Street/Waterfront”. Stay on Market Street (west), following blue “Waterfront/Aquarium” signs for approximately 0.6 miles to its end at Delaware Avenue. Make a left onto Delaware Avenue (south), and get immediately into the right lane on Delaware Avenue. Look for the entrance to the parking area on the right less than one block after turning onto Delaware Avenue Also Available by Ferry Head north on S Columbus Blvd Slight right toward Market St Turn right at N 3rd St Turn right at Race St Turn right at N 2nd St Turn right at Arch St End at 239 Arch StPhiladelphia, PA 19106 Also in walking distance: 13 minutes Within walking distance Right next door to the hotel Within walking distance Take I-676 West to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway exit (22nd St., Museum area) on the right side. At the end of the exit ramp, turn right onto 22nd St. and get into the far left lane. The Benjamin Franklin Parkway is a boulevard with two outer lanes and two inner lanes. Turn left onto the outer lanes of the parkway. The Museum will be in front of you on the hill. Follow the sign for the Art Museum. After the sign, turn left at the first traffic light (Art Museum Dr.). Halfway up the hill, turn right into the Parking Garage, or continue ahead and turn left onto the Upper Terrace for accessible entry and limited parking. Take the ramp toward HISTORIC AREA/MARKET STREET/CENTER CITY. Turn LEFT onto MARKET ST. Turn RIGHT onto N 7TH ST. Merge onto US-30 W via the ramp on the LEFT toward CENTRAL PHILA. Take the US-13/US-30 W/GIRARD AVE exit, EXIT 342, toward PHILA ZOO. Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto US-13/N 34TH ST/US-30. End at 3400 W GIRARD AVE. 51 North 12th Street Philadelphia, PA 19107 Within walking distance Ballroom: 923 N 2nd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123 Atrium at the Curtis Center: 601 Walnut St. (Independence Square West) Philadelphia, PA 19106 Located right on Penns Landing 401 S. Columbus Blvd Philadelphia, PA 19106 1. Head east on Essington Ave/Phila Int'l Airport Continue to follow Phila Int'l Airport 0.8 mi 2. Merge onto I-95 N via the ramp on the left to Philadelphia 7.5 mi 3. Take exit 20 toward Washington Ave 0.3 mi 4. Turn left at S Columbus Blvd Destination will be on the right 1.0 mi The Hyatt Regency Philadelphia is Philadelphia's only waterfront hotel, ideally situated on the scenic delaware river. Easily accessible to all major highways and only 8 blocks from center city, the hotel allows for a true city feel, without the stress of inner-city traffic. The Hyatt is located in the center of the nation's most historic district with the Liberty Bell and Betsy Ross within walking distance, and is surrounded by the lively Night-life of the Olde City District. Philadelphia Intl Airport, (PHL), 8.50, N, Mile|
|Guarantee: 21Oct2009 to 31Dec9999 - Must guarantee reservation with credit card at time of booking. ** SPECIAL EVENT POLICY ** 31DEC - EVERY YEAR - ALL RESERVATIONS BOOKED INCLUDING 31DEC REQUIRE FULL PREPAYMENT AT TIME OF BOOKING/NON-REFUNDABLE|
|Cancel before 3:00 PM of arrival day. Cancellation penalty is 1 nights including tax. CANCEL BY 3PM EST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL ** SPECIAL EVENT POLICY ** 31DEC - EVERY YEAR - ALL RESERVATIONS BOOKED INCLUDING 31DEC ARE NON-REFUNDABLE|
|Keating s Restaurant American grill style restaurant. Specializing in seafood, steaks and chops. Open everyday serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Features open faced kitchen and an outdoor deck. Keating's Lounge is opened from 11am-12am Sunday through Thursday and 11am Keating s River Grill Bar Intimate bar with beautiful views of the waterfront. Casual dining and specialty drinks. Summer entertainment every Thurs-Sunday for happy hour featuring a steel drum band. Perks Cafe The hotel coffe shop. Features Starbucks Coffee. Fresh daily selections of fine baked goods, fresh fruit ,and hot breakfast Sandwiches.|
Located right across the river in Camden, NJ, the aquarium features nearly 200,00 square feet of sea life and wildlife, including a 40-foot walk-through tunnel surrounded with sharks!
Visit the home of America’s most famous flag-maker and enjoy an interactive, historical programming. Hear the story of the first Stars & Stripes, see Colonial Crafters at work, and learn about the daily life of a soldier in the Continental Army.
Built as the Pennsylvania State House, Independence Hall became famous as the “Birthplace of the United States” after the Declaration off Independence was adopted and the U.S Constitution was drafted here.
Located right on Penn's Landing, this Maritime museum offers interactive exhibits, and just outside visitors can also tour the Cruiser Olympia and the World War II Submarine Becuna.
Located across from Independence Hall, visit the 2,080-pound bell with its famous crack, which was used to announce the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence.
One of City of Brotherly Love's best-known landmarks is Robert Indiana's red LOVE Statue, neighboring Philadelphia's City Hall.
At this world-famous museum, see major works of fine and decorative art from all over the globe, including a number of works by Philadelphia artists. Also enjoy the front steps made famous by the film Rocky.
Philadelphia’s first zoo is a Victorian-landscaped, 42-acre area housing more than 1,300 animals in naturalistic habitats.
One of America's largest and oldest farmer's markets, housed since 1893 in a national historic landmark building, the market offers an incredible selection of international foods, baked goods, flowers, kitchenware, cookbooks, jewelry and crafts.
Features two popular wedding venues: the Ballroom and the Atrium at the Curtis Center. Cescaphé has become renowned for its “over-the-top” food, service, professionalism, creativity, and meticulous attention to detail.
One of the world's grandest ships and fine dining restaurants in Philadelphia serving contemporary American cooking. Offers private dining rooms and outdoor decks and beautiful views of the city and waterfront.