At this Sosuite, you'll love the high ceilings, expansive living room, comfy sectional facing a smart TV (binge Netflix, HBO, or Hulu!). Centrally located, this Sosuite is a 1-minute walk to the Convention Center, at the heart Center City, and near the Independent Hall. In the Master bedroom, a velvet comfy bed to be beckoned with. In the 2nd bedroom, 2 queen beds - perfect for a family or co-workers. You'll find incredibly comfy beds + luxe sheets, and soft cotton towels. This Sosuite is carefully uniquely curated and designed to make you feel like a local. We believe that travel should always be fun, even if for business: this gorgeous home will surely make your stay here unique! Come home to cook our fully-stocked kitchen, and make good use of the en-suite laundry. We offer complimentary teas, coffees, and cooking condiments. THROUGHOUT YOUR STAY If you have any questions or concerns throughout your stay, we're happy to help you 24/7 - don't hesitate to send us a message, a text or to give us a call. THE NEIGHBORHOOD Encompassing the city’s busiest and most densely packed cultural, historical and entertaining neighborhoods, Center City — bracketed east/west from the Delaware River to the Schuylkill River, and north/south from Spring Garden Street to South Street — features Philly’s premier downtown area as well as an ever-expanding skyline. It’s also home to the city’s most historic neighborhoods — including Old City and Society Hill — as well as many tourist attractions, on Independence Mall and elsewhere. As a primary destination for travelers, Center City boasts a majority of the biggest and toniest hotels in the region, and more restaurants, bars, and cafes than any other part of the city. Sparkling nightlife and dining options under the Center City umbrella include Chinatown, Rittenhouse Square, and Old City. MOVING AROUND Philadelphia, one of the country’s most walkable cities, is incredibly easy to navigate either by foot or by public transportation. That just leaves one question: Where to park the car? On-Street Parking -- Philadelphia has thousands of metered spots throughout the city, perfect if you only plan to park for an hour or two. A parking lot across the street charges about $25/day. Be sure to read all parking signs very carefully before leaving your car to avoid ticketing and towing during hours in which parking may be prohibited. Long-term Parking -- They are plenty of paid long-term parking options nearby too. A good resource is the parking locator apps. Transport -- For moving around, you'll also find several bus stops, bike ride-sharing stations, and subway stations. Otherwise, we recommend moving around the city using uber or Lyft - it's fairly affordable & we'd be happy to share discount codes with you! OTHER THINGS TO NOTE Each Sosuite is equipped with a decibel monitoring sensor located inside the home. It does not record actual sounds or conversations, it simply monitors the noise level. Tampering or Removing the decibel monitor will result in a $100 fine.
Paid street parking