In this home of the Delaware River and the Liberty Bell, travelers to our Pennsylvania hotels will discover a state that offers adventure, sophisticated cities and rich American history.
Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, was the site of the Continental Congress and signing of Declaration of Independence. Set out from your Pennsylvania accommodations and see Independence Hall and the Betsy Ross House in this historic city. Don’t forget to pause and savor an authentic Philly cheese steak sandwich.
Pittsburgh offers both a window to modern art at the Andy Warhol Museum and sports action with the Pirates, Steelers, and Penguins, along with stunning views from Mount Washington.
Outdoor adventurers can head to the Pocono Mountains for hiking and fishing, not to mention skiing. Nearby Lake Erie also has multiple options for play. And history-lovers can follow Underground Railroad routes or visit the Battle of Gettysburg site.
Then, for a taste of the past (and home-cooked cuisine), guests in our Pennsylvania hotels should visit Lancaster County, one of the largest Amish settlements in the US. Often referred to as Pennsylvania Dutch Country, this area is the place to go for carriage rides, an Amish Farm and House tour and scenic drives along ample farmlands.