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Top 10 Accessible Hotels in Philadelphia
By: Danielle Max | Dec 22 2016

Come for the history, stay for the cheesesteak! Whether you are a sport’s fan (go Eagles!), art enthusiast or history buff, or if you just want to enjoy Philadelphia’s nearly 10,000 acres of parkland, there’s no end of things to do and see and do in Pennsylvania’s largest city.


Just steps from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, Kimpton’s Hotel Monaco Philadelphia combines luxurious design and amenities with an eco-conscious LEED gold rating | Photo by M. Fischetti for VISIT PHILADELPHIA

1. Aloft Philadelphia Airport
4301 Island Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19153
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3-Star Hotel

The Aloft Philadelphia Airport is situated just minutes from baggage claim letting you catch some much-needed zzzzs just after landing. Forget a car, the free accessible airport shuttle will zip you to the city center to catch a game or concert at the Wells Fargo Center, or explore the many historical sites. For those traveling with children, camp Aloft caters to the littles, from a kid-size air mattress and child-approved bedding, to special meals and munchies in the re:fuel by Aloft pantry and even a splash pool.

Wheelchair-accessible rooms feature roll-in showers.

Rooms for guests who are deaf or hard of hearing include a visual fire alarm, doorbell notification device, portable communications kits containing visual alarms and notification devices, TTY and televisions with closed captioning.

Accessible self-parking area for cars and vans is available.

Call 267-298-1700 to find out more about the accessible facilities and services offered.

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2. Courtyard Philadelphia City Avenue
4100 Presidential Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19131
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3-Star Hotel

Located close to downtown, Courtyard Philadelphia City Avenue is a great spot for those looking to explore historic Philadelphia. This hotel, which recently underwent an $18 million renovation and upgrade, is just minutes from Please Touch Museum, St. Joseph’s University, the Barnes Foundation and all local historic landmarks and is close to public transportation. And if you should eat one cheesesteak too many, take advantage of the indoor pool and well-equipped fitness center before hitting the sack.

Accessible rooms feature roll-in showers, visual alarms and visual notification devices for door and phone.

The swimming pool and fitness center are both accessible.

Free self-parking.

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3. Embassy Suites by Hilton Philadelphia Center City
1776 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, Philadelphia, PA 19103
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The all-suite Embassy Suites by Hilton Philadelphia Center City is close to many popular attractions including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Barnes Foundation and Rittenhouse Square. The hotel offers the ideal home base for short trips or extended stays in Philadelphia. Every suite boasts a large private balcony, two flat-screen TVs, private bedroom and kitchenette. Wake up to a complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast and unwind with complimentary drinks and refreshments at the nightly Evening Reception. If you don’t feel like heading out for dinner, there’s an on-site TGI Friday’s. Other amenities include a fully equipped fitness center, valet parking and 24-hour guest laundry service.

Mobility-accessible suites feature accessible tubs or roll-in showers. TVs have closed captioning or closed captioning decoders.

TTY is available for guest use.

Parking is accessible and accessible transportation is available with advance notice.

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4. Holiday Inn Express Philadelphia-Midtown
1305 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
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The Holiday Inn Express Philadelphia Midtown is just a short walk to some of Philly’s top historical sites including The Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, National Constitution Center and Betsy Ross House. The hotel’s recently renovated guest rooms feature a mini-refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker in case you want to kick back and take it easy after a hard day of touring. Enjoy the free breakfast bar, complimentary Wi-Fi and new on-site Fitness Center featuring Precor equipment.

Accessible rooms include portable bathtub seats, closed caption TVs, telephone with TDD, visual alarm/alerts and communication kits with visual alarms.

The pool and exercise facility are both accessible. 

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3-Star Hotel

Located just yards from the Philadelphia Convention Center, Home2 Suites by Hilton Philadelphia – Convention Center is an all-suite hotel that will make you feel at home on vacation. Rooms have movable furniture, plenty of storage, a living area with a comfy sofa bed and a fully equipped kitchen. Start the day with a complimentary breakfast and unwind in the evening with a swim in the accessible indoor saline pool.

The hotel has a wide range of accessible rooms available, including a variety of sizes and bed types.

Wheelchair-accessible rooms feature lowered light switches, lowered peep hole in door, lowered shelf storage, lowered sink and lowered thermostat controls, with the kitchen built to a lower scale, making the microwave, dishwasher, coffeemaker and toaster all accessible. Bathrooms have accessible tubs or roll-in showers.

Hearing-accessible rooms have a visual alarm and notification devices for the doorbell or door knock and incoming telephone calls (audio/vibrate/strobe).

There are braille room numbers.

There is van-accessible parking in the self-parking facility. Accessible transportation is available with advance notice.

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6. Homewood Suites by Hilton University City Philadelphia, PA
4109 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19104
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3-Star Hotel

Homewood Suites by Hilton University City, PA hotel is located next to the beautiful University of Pennsylvania campus. Wander through the campus and enjoy the 19th century architecture, exciting restaurants and eclectic mix of shops. An added bonus is the complimentary transportation throughout the University City area. Suites include a full kitchen, hot full breakfast daily and an evening social from Monday-Thursday.

Mobility and hearing-accessible rooms include roll-in showers, a visual alarm and notification devices for the doorbell or door knock and incoming telephone calls as well as a kitchen built to lower scale with full-sized refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher and twin burner stove and utensils to make dining in easy.

Each guest room also has The Evolve AI 8-inch Color Touchscreen display replacing the alarm clock. It features: 5-Day weather display, alarm clock w/wake up scheduling, iPod/iPhone/iPad connectivity for audio and charging, internet radio, Pandora and ShoutCAST.

Accessible features are included in the business center and exercise facility, as well as the swimming pool.

The hotel restaurant and self-parking facility are not accessible, however, there is valet parking.

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7. Hyatt at The Bellevue
200 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19102
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4-Star Hotel

Step back in history with a stay at Hyatt at The Bellevue. Set along the iconic Avenue of the Arts, the hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. But there’s nothing old-fashioned about this hotel, which offers a unique shopping and dining experience in the heart of the downtown Philly area. It also boasts the city’s largest guestrooms, offering ample space and comfort.

Accessible room features include a bathtub bench and grab rails, wheelchair-accessible doors, peepholes, towel racks, sink/vanity.

Hearing-accessible features include closed caption television, TTD and vibrating alarm clocks.

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8. Kimpton Hotel Monaco Philadelphia
433 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19106
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4-Star Hotel

The Kimpton Hotel Monaco Philadelphia is located in the Old City, enabling guests to experience a vibrant metropolis that still manages to maintain a friendly, small-town feel. The hotel has 268 guest rooms, a rooftop lounge and a celebrated neighborhood restaurant. With a hosted evening wine hour in the lobby living room, you’ll never want to leave this hip, boutique hotel.

Wheelchair-accessible rooms and suites feature either modified bath tubs with grab bars and hand-held shower head or roll-in showers.

Hearing-accessible features include TTY capabilities and closed captioning and decoders.

Email or call the Reservation Specialist at 617-772-5816 for any accessibility questions or if you wish to make a reservation.

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9. The Logan Philadelphia Hotel
1 Logan Square, Philadelphia, PA 19103
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5-Star Hotel

The stylish new The Logan Philadelphia Hotel is located just a mile from the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Echoing its location, the lobby and 391 guest rooms and suites are filled with local artwork. Enjoy views of the city or hotel courtyard with your morning coffee. When the sun goes down, hit the rooftop lounge or unwind in the lobby lounge. And don’t forget to check out the hotel’s restaurant, Urban Farmer, a modern steakhouse with farmhouse charms.

Each accessible room or suite has one king-sized bed or two double beds. Audio/visual alerts and a lowered peep hole, light switches, thermostat controls and closet rods ensure a comfortable stay. The bathroom features a lowered sink and roll-in shower.

Hearing-accessible rooms include visual alarm and notification devices for the doorbell. 

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10. The Warwick Hotel Rittenhouse Square
220 S 17th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103
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4-Star Hotel

Each of the 301 rooms at the Warwick Hotel Rittenhouse Square have a wide range of features to make any stay more comfortable, including free high-speed wireless Internet and a refrigerator. Upgrade your visit to a suite to take advantage of expansive views of Philadelphia or choose a room with access to the business lounge, where the VIP treatment includes complimentary breakfast and evening refreshments.

For visitors who don’t want to disconnect, all the rooms have a laptop safe and a bedside i-Home docking station. 

Wheelchair-accessible rooms feature a roll-in shower, controls operable without grasping or twisting, lever hardware, grab bars alongside toilet and tub as well as a tub transfer seat.

Hearing-accessible rooms have audio and visual emergency warning devices. 

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