The Morris family purchased this Georgian-style manse from the Reynolds family, who originally built it in 1787, when their property line marked the edge of developed Philadelphia.
Today, a stay at the Morris House Hotel, now an intimate boutique hotel, is a great home base for exploring Philadelphia.
The property’s seventeen guest rooms — luxury rooms and suites, including a newly renovated wedding suite — are decorated with individual charm and remarkable attention to detail, including the original heart pine floors. Here, visitors will enjoy the best of both worlds: the comforts of a cozy bed-and-breakfast plus the amenities of a modern hotel.
Guests can look forward to both grab-and-go breakfast as well as afternoon tea and cookies. And the property’s expansive garden makes it a major destination for weddings and other events.
Outstanding restaurants, the theater district, and South Street shops and nightlife are all just a short walk away from the hotel’s Washington Square West neighborhood address.