Kormansuites-Buttonwood Square

2001 Hamilton St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19130, United States
Kormansuites-Buttonwood Square
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by vannie504

HI,

I have a conference coming up in the Philadelphia area and had a quick question. Where should I stay at? We have the choice of either the doubletree on south broad or the embassay on benjamin parkway. I am looking for safety and restaurants within walking distance. Thank you.

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by Sevsa

The Parkway is a nicer location but I disagree that there are more restaurants within walking distance to the Embassy Suites . I haven't stayed at either but judging from the exteriors and lobbies of the two hotels I would say that the Doubletree is nicer. Both areas are safe but there are more pedestrians at night on South Broad St. If you want some reviews of both go to tripadvisor.com

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by zuriga

My hometown and was back there a year ago. I think I'd go with the South Broad St. location, although the other is fine, too, just a bit of a longer walk to where your conference might be. There are tons of great restaurants in downtown Philadelphia and walking around at night is not a big problem but one must have some street smarts.

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Philadelphia has the largest collection of outdoor art (i.e. sculptures, monuments, murals) in the country. In fact, the city's 2700 murals have earned it the nickname "America's City of Murals." Wherever you walk around town, chances are you will come across a piece of public art.

My favourite sculpture was the giant, 45-foot clothespin near City Hall. It was designed in 1976 by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen who, as I have come to learn, seem to have carved up a career out of making huge sculptures of common objects (their website is http://www.oldenburgvanbruggen.com).

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When doing the Independance sights in central Philly as a Brit, you almost get the feeling that the War of Independance has only just finished. Everything is about Britain being the enemy. Thankfully that doesn't apply to most of the people who live here.
And it's still a fascinating trip thru US history.

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The Philadelphia Bourse Building is located on the left hand side of Independence Mall when you are facing Independence Hall. It is a gorgeous old brownstone, often with a trolley tour car parked in front. This is a good place to know about not only if you want to take a trolley tour, but because inside of the building there is a large food court and several small shops that sell things like cold drinks and film. (There is no indication of this on the outside of the building.) Also, the Mexican Consulate is located in this building, in case you're Mexican and need to go there. (And I know this because I read the sign, not because I was following around a bunch of Mexican guys. Don't be smart.)

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