Just one mile from central Philadelphia, the Hilton Inn at Penn sits in the middle of the busy Penn campus, adjacent to the bookstore; the university’s museum is a half-mile away. This hotel features an interior designed in the Arts and Crafts style, and a comfortable Living Room with two gas fireplaces and well-stocked bookcases. The inn’s 238 guestrooms offer generous pull-out desks with ergonomic chairs, two dual-line phones, laptop-sized safes, and high-speed Internet access.
This University of Pennsylvania-owned Hilton, which shares a building with the university's bookstore, is a favorite stop for academics, businesspeople, alumni, and leisure travelers looking for handsome, up-to-date accommodations tucked right into the Penn campus. The mix of guests makes for a sophisticated meeting place and an atmosphere that's clubby but not stuffy.
The Hilton at Penn has 238 guestrooms which pamper guests with faculty-club comforts such as wooden window blinds and a generous pull-out desk with ergonomic chair, two-line phones, and Internet access. Rooms are decorated in tawny hues and muted greens.
Penne Restaurant & Wine Bar - Guests can enjoy lunch, dinner, or a fancy pizza and a glass of Valpolicella at Penne, the inn's sleek, terra-cotta toned dining spot, which opened in 2002. The open stainless-steel kitchen allows diners to see their pasta being created by hand.
Faculty Club - This bright room where breakfast is served has chandeliers, 16-foot ceilings, and the atmosphere of an ivy-league dining hall.
Living Room - Two gas fireplaces serve as bookends for this cushy hangout where cocktails are served in the evening.
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