• Re-Opening January 2022

    Accepting Reservations Soon
  • National Register of Historic Places

    Established in 1856 as a local dry good store, turned boutique hotel.
  • Re-Opening January 2022

    Accepting Reservations Soon
  • Museum of the American Revolution

    Located 30 feet from our front doors.
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Independence Park Hotel

Since 1856, we have been a central part of Philadelphia’s Old City community.  First as a dry goods store, later a brewery and now as Philadelphia’s most Historic Hotel.

Today, our Boutique Hotel welcomes visitors seeking to easily walk and explore Philadelphia’s Historic District, enjoy our fresh, local culinary scene, world renowned attractions and exciting nightlife.

And it’s all just footsteps from The Independence Park Hotel’s front door!

So, whether your visit to Philadelphia is for business, pleasure, sightseeing or you’re attending a nearby wedding, you’ll love staying with us.

Scheduled to re-open in January 2022, The Independence Park Hotel team looks forward to welcoming you.

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Museums & Attractions – Walk & Explore

We’re footsteps from Philadelphia’s major attractions, including:

Liberty Bell Center – 5 minute walk

Independence Hall – 5 minute walk

Museum of the American Revolution – 1 minute walk

Betsy Ross House – 4 minute walk

Franklin Square – 4 minute walk

Delaware River Waterfront – 3 minute walk

American Jewish Museum – 4 minute walk

African American Museum – 9 minute walk

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Dine – Nearby

We’re footsteps from Historic Philadelphia’s Best Restaurants, including:

2nd Story Brewing – 117 Chestnut St

Amada – 217 Chestnut St

Buddakan – 325 Chestnut St

Cuba Libre – 10 South 2nd St

Fork – 306 Market St

Han Dynasty – 123 Chestnut St

And we LOVE to Support these GREAT Establishments. Enjoy

Forsythia – 233 Chestnut St

Lucha Cartel – 207 Chestnut St

Plough & the Stars – 123 Chestnut St

Positano Coast – 212 Walnut St

Royal Boucherie – 52 S 2nd St

Olde Bar – 125 Walnut St

Zahav – 237 St James Pl

Outside Dining

Black Owned

Iconic Philadelphia Foods

Rooftop Bars & Restaurants

Best Beer Gardens

Latinx Owned

Reading Terminal

Best Cheesesteaks

ACCOMMODATIONS

Perfectly blending a boutique hotel experience, historic charm, and modern comforts, The Independence Park Hotel offers 41 rooms with the following Bedding configurations:

King Lodging

King / Full Size Sleep Sofa

Queen Bed Lodging

Queen / Queen Lodging

Double Bed Lodging

Full Assessable Lodging

Queen / Full Size Sleep Sofa

All overnight guests enjoy a complimentary European style breakfast, free WIFI, in room beverage station, and Philadelphia’s best location!

WEDDINGS

We’re ready to host your overnight wedding party guests at The Independence Park Hotel. And maybe even your 2021 Micro Wedding and Rehearsal Dinner!

Scheduled to Re-Open in January 2022, The Independence Park Hotel is the ideal Boutique Hotel for your out-of-town wedding guests.

Plus, we’re neighbors to these stunning Philadelphia Wedding Venues:

Down Town Club by Cescaphe – 6 minute walk

Union Trust – 8 minute walk

Ballroom at the Ben – 12 minute walk

Stotesbury Mansion – 12 minute ride

Cescaphe Ballroom – 10 minute ride

The Curtis Atrium – 8 minute walk

Arts Ballroom – 9 minute ride

Tendenza by Cescaphe – 10 minute ride

Crystal Tea Room – 10 minute ride

Maas Building – 12 minute ride

Vie by Cescaphe – 11 minute ride

The Lucy by Cescaphe – 9 minute ride

We look forward to helping you plan and celebrate your upcoming wedding!

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OUR HISTORY

The Independence Park Hotel has been designated by the US Department of Interior as a National Historic Landmark, the building and hotel are currently listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.

In Olde City Philadelphia, Chestnut Street was a central location for meetings, banking and social gatherings. Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and other American patriots often wandered through our neighborhood, dined and attended Church nearby.

The corner of Second and Chestnut Street was a thriving hub in early American culture, with a local brewry and vibrant merchant shops. But come 1829, the 235 Chestnut Street Building, once the site of a local brewery, had a new owner with a new vision.

Mr. Elliott had desires of opening a doll manufacture business and later commissioned local architect Joseph Hoxi, best known for his work on the city’s churches, to design his new building. The Italianate structure that stands today was designed and in late 1856 Mr. Elliott’s dream came true.

Elliott’s Doll Manufacture served the city and neighboring communities for years. Over time, the Elliott Building housed a local dry goods store and other business ventures.

Over 100 years later, with the original granite store front and Mr. Elliott’s name above the roof, The Independence Park Hotel was developed as the cities first historic boutique hotel.

Soon, we will again welcome visitors to Historic Philadelphia.

GROUPS & MEETINGS

We’re ready to host your 2022 meeting, family reunion, group gathering and overnight lodging needs at The Independence Park Hotel.

Scheduled to RE-OPEN in January 2022, The Independence Park Hotel is the ideal Boutique Hotel for your Philadelphia special event.

We look forward to helping you plan and enjoy your upcoming Philadelphia event!

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THINGS TO DO

We are currently restoring The Independence Park Hotel, with an anticipated Grand Re-Opening date in January 2022.

We’re Philadelphia’s Most Historic Hotel and listed on the National Register of Historic Places

2 Blocks Betsy Ross House10

Will’s Eye Hospital, Pennsylvania Hospital, Hahnemann Hospital

1 Block from Independence National Historical Park

7 Blocks from downtown shopping

2 Blocks from Independence Mall and the Liberty Bell

3 Blocks from the Lights of Liberty

2 Blocks from Penn’s Landing, and the ferry to the Camden Aquarium

6 Blocks from South Street and the South Philadelphia Market

8 Blocks from the Theater District

10 Blocks from the Pennsylvania Convention Center

1 mile from New Jersey State Aquarium

3 miles from the Philadelphia Zoo

3 miles from Fairmount Park

2 miles from the Philadelphia Art Museum

35 miles from Longwood Gardens

35 miles from Winterhur Museum and Gardens

Corporate Locations

3 Blocks from Department of Justice

4 Blocks from Third Circuit Court

3 Blocks from USDA

4 Blocks from Internal Revenue System

3 Blocks Public Ledger Building

4 Blocks Curtis Center

3 Blocks Downtown Club

3 Blocks from Reed Elseveir

4 Blocks from Harcourt Publishing

3 Blocks from Health & Human Services

3 Blocks from GSA, military

3 Blocks from Department of Labor

3 Blocks from United States, Postal Service

15 Blocks from Kimmell Center

1 Block from Homeland Security, DHS military

15 Blocks from PECO

5 miles from Boeing Corporation

Recreation

5 miles from Citizens Bank Park (Phillies)

5 miles from Wachovia Center (76ers and Flyers)

5 miles from Wachovia Spectrum

5 miles from Lincoln Financial Field (Eagles)

1 mile Tweeter Center

Transportation

2 miles from the Amtrak – 30th Street Station

8 miles from Philadelphia International Airport

2 Blocks from Subway

10 Blocks from Greyhound Bus Station

Colleges and Universities

1 mile Temple University

7 blocks from Jefferson University

1.5 miles from University of the Arts

5 miles from University of Science

3 miles from Rutgers Camden

4 miles from Drexel University

5 miles from La Salle University

8 miles from St. Joseph’s University

15 miles from Villanova University