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

Holiday Inn Philadelphia Stadium
Holiday Inn Philadelphia Stadium
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3.6
1435 reviews
900 Packer Ave, Philadelphia
from $125
Hilton Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing
Hilton Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing
201 S Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia
from $143
Holiday Inn Express Philadelphia-Midtown
Holiday Inn Express Philadelphia-Midtown
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3.8
850 reviews
1305 Walnut St, Philadelphia
from $127
Best Western Plus Independence Park Hotel
Best Western Plus Independence Park Hotel
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3.9
452 reviews
235 Chestnut St, Philadelphia
from $142
Wyndham Philadelphia Historic District
Wyndham Philadelphia Historic District
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3.4
2312 reviews
400 Arch Street, Philadelphia
from $143
Courtyard by Marriott Philadelphia Downtown
Courtyard by Marriott Philadelphia Downtown
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3.9
1850 reviews
21 N Juniper St, Philadelphia
from $119
Days Inn Philadelphia Convention Center
Days Inn Philadelphia Convention Center
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3.0
1368 reviews
1227 Race St, Philadelphia
from $109
Omni Hotel Independence Park
Omni Hotel Independence Park
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4.0
1779 reviews
401 Chestnut St, Philadelphia
from $111
Embassy Suites Philadelphia - Airport
Embassy Suites Philadelphia - Airport
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3.7
1067 reviews
9000 Bartram Avenue, Philadelphia
from $129
Renaissance Philadelphia Airport Hotel
Renaissance Philadelphia Airport Hotel
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3.5
258 reviews
500 Stevens Dr, Philadelphia
from $129
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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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