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Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel

3.5 star hotel 76

201 North 17th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103, US

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Our take on Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel

Whether you're in town for a meeting at the Pennsylvania Convention Center or just looking for centrally located accommodations close to a variety of Philadelphia's most popular destinations, the Sheraton Philadelphia City Center Hotel is a great choice. Within walking distance of the hotel, you can discover stunning artwork at the Philadelphia Museum of Art or admire the colorful fountain, where you'll find Robert Indiana's famed "LOVE" sculpture at JFK Plaza (also known as Love Park). The hotel has more than 750 guest rooms and suites bedded with the brand's Sweet Sleep Bed: a thick, pillow top mattress complete with premium linens and ample amounts of fluffy pillows.


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Insider Tips on the Best Rooms at this Hotel

Quiet Rooms

For a quieter stay, request to be placed in a room ending in numbers between *15 - *25 (e.g. 1015, 1218, 1823).

Rooms with a View

The best views from the hotel are found from rooms facing west, overlooking the parkway, on floors 15 and higher.

Oversized Rooms

None of the guest rooms are oversized for their category.

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