Best Hotels in Philadelphia For Business Travelers


Business traveling can be stressful and draining. So a business traveler needs a hotel offering all the comforts and amenities when living their life on the road from laundry service to conference rooms. Philadelphia is a thriving city with the enormous Pennsylvania Convention Center and plenty of hotels for the thousands of business travelers that pass through each year.

Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
This is the ultimate hotel for business travelers. Conveniently located in the convention center, one only needs to ride the elevator to get a meeting and grab a coffee from the Starbucks inside the hotel foyer. There are plenty of shops in this busy part of town in addition to being just a few blocks west of the historically famous Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. Room rates vary depending upon the events being held. More information can be found here.

Kimpton's Hotel Palomar
Located on Rittenhouse Square, this boutique hotel has all the amenities a business traveler needs in addition to conference rooms decorated in the Colonial style to highlight Philadelphia history. There are discounted rates for small groups and government agencies. The conference rooms have state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment and attendants that specialize in business class services. Travelers have access laundry service and room service if needed and the entire hotel has free Wi-Fi. More information can be found on the hotel's website.

Club Quarters Hotels
This hotel is part of a chain that specifically caters to the business traveler. For those who travel regularly, they can regularly reserve the same room so the feel more comfortable each time they stay. Travelers even can pay to store their dry-cleaning while they are off to a business meeting outside of Philadelphia. This hotel offers 8-hour day rates for clients who are in town for a quick meeting and need privacy outside of a boardroom. There are a full suite of business office services available. The hotel is located directly across the street from The Shops at Liberty Place in case the hotel doesn't have what the savvy traveler is looking for. More information can be found here.

Stasia DeMarco is a native Philadelphian. She has been a freelance journalist and content writer for 20+ years.

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