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The Definitive Guide to Philadelphia's Historic Hotels

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Here's a map of ninety-nine Philadelphia hotels of yore, plotted throughout the city. A handful, like the Latham and the Morris House Hotel, operate as hotels today. Most of the hotels still standing have been converted (or stand famously vacant), but the majority of these buildings have been lost to fire, weather, and the city's changing landscape.


—Zach Patten

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Morris House

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Built in 1787 as the home to the Morris family, who emigrated from England to Philadelphia in 1687. The Morris House was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1967 and converted as a quaint boutique hotel.

Divine Lorraine Hotel

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Built in 1894 by architect Willis G. Hale, the Divine Lorraine originally opened as the Lorraine Apartments before being purchased by Father Divine in 1948. Divine turned it into the first mixed-race hotel in the nation, but sadly it has stood abandoned on North Broad for decades.

St. James Hotel

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Built in 1901 by Philadelphia-based architect Horace Trumbauer, the St. James Hotel landed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976 and is now known as the leaky Walnut Square Apartments.

Belgravia Hotel / Peale House

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The Belgravia Hotel was built in the Beaux-Arts style in 1902 and made it to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. It has since been repurposed as condominiums.

Bellevue-Stratford Hotel

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Opened in 1904, the Bellevue-Stratford is one of the most beautiful buildings in Philadelphia. President John F. Kennedy actually rode in an open motorcade during a visit in October 1963, mere weeks before his assassination in Dallas.

Latham Hotel

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Beginning its life as an apartment building in 1907, the Latham was converted into a luxury hotel in 1970.

Robert Morris Hotel / Wesley Building

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Formerly known as the Robert Morris Hotel, this building opened its doors as a six-story hotel in 1914. Eight additional floors were added between 1921-1922 before its conversion to office space.

Touraine Hotel

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Built as a luxury hotel in 1917, the Touraine was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 before subsequently being converted to high-end apartments.

Hotel Pennsylvania

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Commonly known as Chestnut Hall today, the Hotel Pennsylvania was built in 1922 and renamed the Hotel Philadelphia and the Penn Sherwood Hotel in the mid-twentieth century.

Sylvania Hotel

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Opened in 1922, the Sylvania Hotel was second-largest in Philadelphia behind the Continental. Rumor has it that gangsters sold moonshine out of a second floor room during prohibition. The building was later converted to the Arts Condominium.

Benjamin Franklin Hotel

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Built in 1925 in the footprint of the Continental Hotel, the Benjamin Franklin Hotel is perhaps best known for having turned away baseball great Jackie Robinson in 1947 before the African-American Civil Rights Movement. The rest of the Brooklyn Dodgers were permitted to stay, but the team packed up and headed over to the Warwick Hotel instead.

Warburton House

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Originally built as hotel residences for working women, the Warburton House opened its doors in 1926 and still looms over the Rittenhouse neighborhood today. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002.

The Warwick Hotel

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Built in 1925 and opened in 1926, the Warwick is not to be confused with the abandoned apartment building around the corner on Sansom. This Warwick is divided into condominiums and the Radisson Plaza-Warwick Hotel.

Walnut Park Plaza Hotel

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The Walnut Park Plaza Hotel has made Cobbs Creek its home since 1928 and bears a striking resemblance to the Benjamin Franklin Hotel, despite coming from different architects. It has operated as a residence for senior citizens since 1963 and landed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.

Drake Hotel

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The Drake Hotel was built in 1928 by architects Ritter & Shay and is one of the finest examples of the Spanish Baroque style anywhere in the area. The building underwent extensive renovations in 1998 and now operates the The Drake Apartments.

The Barclay Hotel

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Overlooking Rittenhouse Square, the Barclay has been home to some of the world's most rich and powerful since 1929. This hotel is most famous for the 1980 FBI Abscam sting operation that led to the convictions of several government officials in a bribery scheme.

Ritz-Carlton Hotel

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Rising 30 stories just south of CIty Hall, the Ritz-Carlton originally opened as the Girard Trust Building in 1931. It survived the 1991 fire at One Meridian Plaza next door and now stands adjacent to The Residences at the Ritz-Carlton.

Loews Hotel Philadelphia

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Known for its 27-foot "PSFS" sign, the Loews Hotel started out as the Philadelphia Saving Fund Society Building in 1932. Widely revered in Philadelphia, the building is an architectural landmark and once boasted a pretty swanky 33rd floor boardroom. It was converted by the Loews Hotel company and relaunched in 2000.

Divine Tracy Hotel

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It's unclear when this building was constructed, but Father Divine (you know him from the Divine Lorraine) purchased this hotel in 1949 and operated it as a mixed-race unit. It stands today as Axis Apartments, catering to the University City student crowd.

Jolly Post Hotel

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Opened: ~1700 / Demolished: 1911

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Falstaff Hotel

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Opened: 1790 / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

United States Hotel

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Opened: 1826 / Demolished: 1856
Trivia: Only lasted 30 years before being demolished to make way for the Bank of Pennsylvania's new building, which still stands today.

Girard House Hotel

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Opened: 1852 / Demolished: Unknown
Trivia: Designed by architect John McArthur, Jr., who was known primarily for his design of Philadelphia City Hall.

Hotel Lafayette / La Pierre House

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Opened: 1853 / Demolished: Unknown

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Continental Hotel

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Opened: 1860 / Demolished: 1924
Trivia: Once the world's most lavish hotel at the time of its opening. Hosted American presidents, world leaders, and creative minds.

Green's Hotel

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Opened: 1866 / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Bingham Hotel

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Opened: 1867 / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Aldine Hotel

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Opened: 1877 / Demolished: 1923
Trivia: Replaced by the Boyd Theater (now closed)

Wissahickon Hotel

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Opened: 1884 / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Gladstone Hotel

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Opened: 1891 / Demolished: 1971

No additional information.

Hotel Rittenhouse

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Opened: 1893 / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Hotel Stenton

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Opened: 1893 / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Harrison Building

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Opened: 1895 / Demolished: 1969
Trivia: The Harrison Building was demolished to make room for that giant clothespin opposite Dilworth Plaza. Seriously.

Hotel Walton / John Bartram Hotel

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Opened: 1896 / Demolished: 1966
Trivia: Featured 400 guest rooms, since replaced by the Doubletree Hotel

Hotel Normandie

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Opened: 1901 / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Hotel Dale

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Opened: 1905
Trivia: This building still stands at the corner of Broad & Catharine.

Majestic Hotel

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Opened: 1905 / Demolished: 1971
Trivia: Just a quick trolley ride from the Baker Bowl, baseball legends like Babe Ruth and Casey Stengel were known to hit the sauce at the Majestic.

Hotel Essex

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Opened: 1913 / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Sheraton Penn Center Hotel

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Opened: 1957 / Demolished: 1990

No additional information.

Penn Center Inn

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Opened: 1958 / Demolished: 1987

No additional information.

Adam's Mark Hotel

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Opened: 1965 / Demolished 2006

No additional information.

Dooner's Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown
Trivia: Women were forbidden from Dooner's Hotel, even when accompanied by their husbands.

Hotel Hanover

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Penn Township Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Colonnade Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Indian Queen Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Green Tree Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Seven Stars Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Hotel Carrollton

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Cedar Hill / Robin Hood Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Hotel Metropole

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Bull's Head Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Hotel Waverly

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

American Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Arcade Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

William Penn Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Zeisse's Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Judd's Hotel

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Opened: 1819 / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

St. Cloud Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: 1886
Trivia: Destroyed by fire

Palmer House

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Hotel Brunswick

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Windsor Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

7th Ward Central Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Rising Sun Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Hotel Hamilton

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Cosmopolitan Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

St. Elmo Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Ullman's Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

St. James Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Hotel Plunkett

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Red Lion Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Black Horse Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Eagle Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Shakespeare Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Francis Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

City Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Mansion House Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Union Hall Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Schuylkill Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

North American Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Irving Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

St. Stephen's Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

St. George Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

B. Naylor's Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Columbia House

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Eagle Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Lyons Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Red Lion Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Robinson Crusoe Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Frankford Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Ashland Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Bald Eagle Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Barley Sheaf Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Bathurst Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Blue Anchor Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Cherry Tree Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Farmers Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

St. Charles Hotel

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Hotel Clover

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Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

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Morris House

Built in 1787 as the home to the Morris family, who emigrated from England to Philadelphia in 1687. The Morris House was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1967 and converted as a quaint boutique hotel.

Divine Lorraine Hotel

Built in 1894 by architect Willis G. Hale, the Divine Lorraine originally opened as the Lorraine Apartments before being purchased by Father Divine in 1948. Divine turned it into the first mixed-race hotel in the nation, but sadly it has stood abandoned on North Broad for decades.

St. James Hotel

Built in 1901 by Philadelphia-based architect Horace Trumbauer, the St. James Hotel landed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976 and is now known as the leaky Walnut Square Apartments.

Belgravia Hotel / Peale House

The Belgravia Hotel was built in the Beaux-Arts style in 1902 and made it to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. It has since been repurposed as condominiums.

Bellevue-Stratford Hotel

Opened in 1904, the Bellevue-Stratford is one of the most beautiful buildings in Philadelphia. President John F. Kennedy actually rode in an open motorcade during a visit in October 1963, mere weeks before his assassination in Dallas.

Latham Hotel

Beginning its life as an apartment building in 1907, the Latham was converted into a luxury hotel in 1970.

Robert Morris Hotel / Wesley Building

Formerly known as the Robert Morris Hotel, this building opened its doors as a six-story hotel in 1914. Eight additional floors were added between 1921-1922 before its conversion to office space.

Touraine Hotel

Built as a luxury hotel in 1917, the Touraine was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 before subsequently being converted to high-end apartments.

Hotel Pennsylvania

Commonly known as Chestnut Hall today, the Hotel Pennsylvania was built in 1922 and renamed the Hotel Philadelphia and the Penn Sherwood Hotel in the mid-twentieth century.

Sylvania Hotel

Opened in 1922, the Sylvania Hotel was second-largest in Philadelphia behind the Continental. Rumor has it that gangsters sold moonshine out of a second floor room during prohibition. The building was later converted to the Arts Condominium.

Benjamin Franklin Hotel

Built in 1925 in the footprint of the Continental Hotel, the Benjamin Franklin Hotel is perhaps best known for having turned away baseball great Jackie Robinson in 1947 before the African-American Civil Rights Movement. The rest of the Brooklyn Dodgers were permitted to stay, but the team packed up and headed over to the Warwick Hotel instead.

Warburton House

Originally built as hotel residences for working women, the Warburton House opened its doors in 1926 and still looms over the Rittenhouse neighborhood today. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002.

The Warwick Hotel

Built in 1925 and opened in 1926, the Warwick is not to be confused with the abandoned apartment building around the corner on Sansom. This Warwick is divided into condominiums and the Radisson Plaza-Warwick Hotel.

Walnut Park Plaza Hotel

The Walnut Park Plaza Hotel has made Cobbs Creek its home since 1928 and bears a striking resemblance to the Benjamin Franklin Hotel, despite coming from different architects. It has operated as a residence for senior citizens since 1963 and landed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.

Drake Hotel

The Drake Hotel was built in 1928 by architects Ritter & Shay and is one of the finest examples of the Spanish Baroque style anywhere in the area. The building underwent extensive renovations in 1998 and now operates the The Drake Apartments.

The Barclay Hotel

Overlooking Rittenhouse Square, the Barclay has been home to some of the world's most rich and powerful since 1929. This hotel is most famous for the 1980 FBI Abscam sting operation that led to the convictions of several government officials in a bribery scheme.

Ritz-Carlton Hotel

Rising 30 stories just south of CIty Hall, the Ritz-Carlton originally opened as the Girard Trust Building in 1931. It survived the 1991 fire at One Meridian Plaza next door and now stands adjacent to The Residences at the Ritz-Carlton.

Loews Hotel Philadelphia

Known for its 27-foot "PSFS" sign, the Loews Hotel started out as the Philadelphia Saving Fund Society Building in 1932. Widely revered in Philadelphia, the building is an architectural landmark and once boasted a pretty swanky 33rd floor boardroom. It was converted by the Loews Hotel company and relaunched in 2000.

Divine Tracy Hotel

It's unclear when this building was constructed, but Father Divine (you know him from the Divine Lorraine) purchased this hotel in 1949 and operated it as a mixed-race unit. It stands today as Axis Apartments, catering to the University City student crowd.

Jolly Post Hotel

Opened: ~1700 / Demolished: 1911

No additional information.

Falstaff Hotel

Opened: 1790 / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

United States Hotel

Opened: 1826 / Demolished: 1856
Trivia: Only lasted 30 years before being demolished to make way for the Bank of Pennsylvania's new building, which still stands today.

Girard House Hotel

Opened: 1852 / Demolished: Unknown
Trivia: Designed by architect John McArthur, Jr., who was known primarily for his design of Philadelphia City Hall.

Hotel Lafayette / La Pierre House

Opened: 1853 / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Continental Hotel

Opened: 1860 / Demolished: 1924
Trivia: Once the world's most lavish hotel at the time of its opening. Hosted American presidents, world leaders, and creative minds.

Green's Hotel

Opened: 1866 / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Bingham Hotel

Opened: 1867 / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Aldine Hotel

Opened: 1877 / Demolished: 1923
Trivia: Replaced by the Boyd Theater (now closed)

Wissahickon Hotel

Opened: 1884 / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Gladstone Hotel

Opened: 1891 / Demolished: 1971

No additional information.

Hotel Rittenhouse

Opened: 1893 / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Hotel Stenton

Opened: 1893 / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Harrison Building

Opened: 1895 / Demolished: 1969
Trivia: The Harrison Building was demolished to make room for that giant clothespin opposite Dilworth Plaza. Seriously.

Hotel Walton / John Bartram Hotel

Opened: 1896 / Demolished: 1966
Trivia: Featured 400 guest rooms, since replaced by the Doubletree Hotel

Hotel Normandie

Opened: 1901 / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Hotel Dale

Opened: 1905
Trivia: This building still stands at the corner of Broad & Catharine.

Majestic Hotel

Opened: 1905 / Demolished: 1971
Trivia: Just a quick trolley ride from the Baker Bowl, baseball legends like Babe Ruth and Casey Stengel were known to hit the sauce at the Majestic.

Hotel Essex

Opened: 1913 / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Sheraton Penn Center Hotel

Opened: 1957 / Demolished: 1990

No additional information.

Penn Center Inn

Opened: 1958 / Demolished: 1987

No additional information.

Adam's Mark Hotel

Opened: 1965 / Demolished 2006

No additional information.

Dooner's Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown
Trivia: Women were forbidden from Dooner's Hotel, even when accompanied by their husbands.

Hotel Hanover

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Penn Township Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Colonnade Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Indian Queen Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Green Tree Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Seven Stars Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Hotel Carrollton

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Cedar Hill / Robin Hood Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Hotel Metropole

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Bull's Head Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Hotel Waverly

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

American Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Arcade Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

William Penn Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Zeisse's Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Judd's Hotel

Opened: 1819 / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

St. Cloud Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: 1886
Trivia: Destroyed by fire

Palmer House

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Hotel Brunswick

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Windsor Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

7th Ward Central Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Rising Sun Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Hotel Hamilton

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Cosmopolitan Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

St. Elmo Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Ullman's Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

St. James Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Hotel Plunkett

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Red Lion Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Black Horse Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Eagle Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Shakespeare Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Francis Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

City Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Mansion House Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Union Hall Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Schuylkill Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

North American Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Irving Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

St. Stephen's Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

St. George Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

B. Naylor's Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Columbia House

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Eagle Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Lyons Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Red Lion Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Robinson Crusoe Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Frankford Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Ashland Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Bald Eagle Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Barley Sheaf Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Bathurst Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Blue Anchor Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Cherry Tree Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Farmers Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

St. Charles Hotel

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.

Hotel Clover

Opened: Unknown / Demolished: Unknown

No additional information.