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

Cornerstone Bed and Breakfast
Cornerstone Bed and Breakfast
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4.3
103 reviews
3300 Baring Street, Philadelphia
from $165
Apple Hostels
Apple Hostels
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4.5
933 reviews
32 Bank Street, Philadelphia
from $35
Holiday Inn Express Philadelphia - Penns Landing
Holiday Inn Express Philadelphia - Penns Landing
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3.8
1937 reviews
100 N Christopher Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia
from $109
Rodeway Inn Philadelphia
Rodeway Inn Philadelphia
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3.6
1175 reviews
1208 Walnut St, Philadelphia
from $79
Society Hill Hotel
Society Hill Hotel
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2.2
678 reviews
301 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
from $75
Rittenhouse 1715, A Boutique Hotel
Rittenhouse 1715, A Boutique Hotel
1715 Rittenhouse Square Street, Philadelphia
from $215
Burbridge St. B&B
Burbridge St. B&B
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4.1
92 reviews
6324 Burbridge Street, Philadelphia
from $90
Days Inn Philadelphia Convention Center
Days Inn Philadelphia Convention Center
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2.9
1578 reviews
1227 Race St, Philadelphia
from $109
The Rittenhouse
The Rittenhouse
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4.4
272 reviews
210 W Rittenhouse Sq, Philadelphia
from $269
Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel
Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel
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3.5
2821 reviews
201 North 17th Street, Philadelphia
from $119
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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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