Hotels in Pennsylvania
Located in the town of Milford, Pennsylvania, 75 miles west of New York City, the Hotel Fauchère has long been a getaway for boldface names.
Sprawling 2,200-acre getaway (with a brick-and-white-column facade, 216 rooms, and 2 pools), just outside of town.
The inn, situated on 15 acres, was used as a hospital for Union soldiers. Appropriately, the hostess has a master’s degree in American history.
Take in the view of five counties in the Laurel Highlands from a wooden rocking chair on the porch at the historic inn, dating to 1907.
Prestigious address on Rittenhouse Square, unbeatable service, and 116 large rooms (starting at 450 square feet). Public spaces display paintings by Mary Cassatt.
Get your feet tapping to live jazz beats Thursday through Sunday evenings, where big names show up occasionally.
Marble-clad hotel near Philly’s historic sites, including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.
Room to Book: Deluxe king have views of the downtown square.
Doubles from $209.
Kick back on the wraparound porch at the brick-front Lafayette Inn on College Hill, which evokes a clean, modern version of the Revolutionary War’s Georgian style.
The red-glowing PSFS sign—which stands for Philadelphia Savings Fund Society—is a Philly icon and sits atop the city's first skyscraper, which re-opened as a renovated convention-style hotel in 2000.
Set in the former stock exchange building, now retrofitted with streamlined rooms and an intimate brasserie.
The 1815 property was once used as a Confederate hospital, but has since been updated with 18 guest rooms and a restaurant. Plank floors, country quilts, and wood-burning fireplaces send you into a cozy time warp.
The Majestic Chambre has inlaid-wood furniture and a double whirlpool bath, which can be drawn for you and floated with rose petals while you’re at dinner. All rooms are equipped with fireplaces, and, on a practical note, come with free WiFi.