Hotels near Liberty Bell
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Philadelphia is a city that everyone in the United States should visit at least once in their lifetime. The area around the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall is the birthplace of the nation, and where the founding fathers signed the Declaration of Independence.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Liberty Bell

Apple Hostels
Apple Hostels
|
8.7
Excellent
32 Bank Street, Philadelphia
from $22
Society Hill Hotel at Independence Park
Society Hill Hotel at Independence Park
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5.6
Fair
301 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
from $65
Penn's View Hotel
Penn's View Hotel
|
8.7
Excellent
14 N Front St, Philadelphia
from $118
Renaissance Philadelphia Airport Hotel
Renaissance Philadelphia Airport Hotel
|
8.0
Excellent
500 Stevens Dr, Philadelphia
from $95
Courtyard by Marriott Philadelphia Downtown
Courtyard by Marriott Philadelphia Downtown
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8.6
Excellent
21 N Juniper St, Philadelphia
from $119
South Bridge Bed and Breakfast
South Bridge Bed and Breakfast
|
8.7
Excellent
2628 South Street, Philadelphia
from $135
Philadelphia Airport Courtyard by Marriott
Philadelphia Airport Courtyard by Marriott
|
8.3
Excellent
8900 Bartram Ave, Philadelphia
from $94
Holiday Inn Express Philadelphia-Midtown
Holiday Inn Express Philadelphia-Midtown
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8.3
Excellent
1305 Walnut St, Philadelphia
from $114
Days Inn Roosevelt Boulevard
Days Inn Roosevelt Boulevard
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5.8
Fair
4200 Roosevelt Blvd, Philadelphia
from $71
Holiday Inn Express Philadelphia - Penns Landing
Holiday Inn Express Philadelphia - Penns Landing
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8.1
Excellent
100 N Christopher Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia
from $103
More About Hotels near Liberty Bell...

What’s Liberty Bell?

The Liberty Bell was first ordered in 1751, by Isaac Norris, Speaker of the Pennsylvania Assembly, for the purpose of calling lawmakers to their meetings, and townspeople to the reading of the news. It wasn’t until the 1830s that it became a symbol of liberty, and in the early 1840s its iconic crack developed, after 90 years of daily use.

Which Hotels Have the Best View near Liberty Bell?

Next to the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall is the affordable Hotel Monaco Philadelphia. A room on the outside, facing away from the inner courtyard, provides an excellent view of the Bell. The Franklin Hotel at Independence Park is a gem in the middle of the historic district, with rooms on upper floors with views overlooking the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.

What are the Benefits or Drawbacks from Staying at a Hotel Near Liberty Bell?

A stay at a hotel near Liberty Bell offers the opportunity to enjoy Philadelphia, see the remarkable surroundings of the nation’s birthplace, and take advantage of its walking distance to the attractions of the Old City.

What Do I Need to Know About Liberty Bell?

Tours of the Liberty Bell and the surrounding areas are free. Tickets are available at the Visitor’s Center, and while they are not required, they are recommended, to ensure a spot on the tour. You may be surprised to discover that although the area is the birthplace of the nation, the Bell itself is relatively small. The experience of seeing it and learning about its history, however, is immense!

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