Hotels near Richmond
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Port Richmond serves up some of the most authentic Polish food this side of the Atlantic. The area's Eastern European community throngs local Polish, Russian and Lithuanian restaurants and delis. Krakus Market is famous for its selection of meats and pierogis, while Syrenka Luncheonette dishes out homemade Polish cuisine cafeteria-style. If you're lucky, you might catch the Polish American String band rehearsing for the Mummers Parade.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Richmond

Four Points by Sheraton Philadelphia Northeast
Four Points by Sheraton Philadelphia Northeast
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3.0
672 reviews
9461 Roosevelt Blvd, Philadelphia
from $92
Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Philadelphia Airport
Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Philadelphia Airport
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2.5
2571 reviews
8840 Tinicum Blvd, Philadelphia
from $74
Philadelphia Airport Courtyard by Marriott
Philadelphia Airport Courtyard by Marriott
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3.7
581 reviews
8900 Bartram Ave, Philadelphia
from $144
The Rittenhouse
The Rittenhouse
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4.1
207 reviews
210 W Rittenhouse Sq, Philadelphia
from $299
DoubleTree by Hilton Philadelphia Airport
DoubleTree by Hilton Philadelphia Airport
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3.3
1943 reviews
4509 Island Ave, Philadelphia
from $104
Sofitel Philadelphia
Sofitel Philadelphia
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4.0
2463 reviews
120 S 17th St, Philadelphia
from $150
Four Points By Sheraton Philadelphia Airport
Four Points By Sheraton Philadelphia Airport
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2.7
1445 reviews
4101a Island Ave, Philadelphia
from $101
Crowne Plaza Hotel Philadelphia West
Crowne Plaza Hotel Philadelphia West
4010 City Avenue, Philadelphia
from $118
Extended Stay America Philadelphia - Airport - Tinicum Blvd
Extended Stay America Philadelphia - Airport - Tinicum Blvd
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2.6
475 reviews
9000 Tinicum Blvd, Philadelphia
from $84
Holiday Inn Express Philadelphia-Midtown
Holiday Inn Express Philadelphia-Midtown
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3.9
853 reviews
1305 Walnut St, Philadelphia
from $130
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Port Richmond serves up some of the most authentic Polish food this side of the Atlantic. The area's Eastern European community throngs local Polish, Russian and Lithuanian restaurants and delis. Krakus Market is famous for its selection of meats and pierogis, while Syrenka Luncheonette dishes out homemade Polish cuisine cafeteria-style. If you're lucky, you might catch the Polish American String band rehearsing for the Mummers Parade.

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