About the property
- Apartment1000 sqft
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 - 3 nights
No. 108, takes inspiration from the Creative Director of the Touraine’s own home. Filled with color, light, texture, plants and lots of soul, you will find handmade ceramics in the kitchen, an art book library, a cozy nook for children with wooden toys, and the most cloud-like bed piled with pillows and linen sheets. Then there’s the aromatherapy and crystals in the bathroom, a bright orange Smeg fridge in the kitchen, unique vintage and locally made art, and an atmosphere lush and abundant with unusual plants. And of course there’s all the comforts you’d want from your own home: Rival Bros. coffee in the morning, a cozy pack and play for children to sleep, and all the non-toxic plates and bowls for them to eat a meal. Not to mention the 24/7 front desk staff to assist with your every need, and the 24/7 gym and yoga room if that’s your thing. If you’re up for exploring our vibrant neighborhood, we’ve put together our favorite places for you on a hand-drawn map illustrated by a local Philly artist.
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- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 22, 2018
Local Services & Businesses
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
Beautiful, great location really only 2 people sleep comfortably.
We loved this place it’s clean, beautiful, and in a great location. It sleeps 2 adults comfortably and 2 young kids on mattress, not 4 adults. Only dissapintment was that when we arrived the apartment was freezing cold, the heat was turned off and it was only 54 degrees in the unit. It was in the -0 temperatures outside. I wish the owner would have welcomed us to a warm apartment, it took a couple of hours for the apartment the be comftsbly Warm. Other than that I would not doubt tobstay here again.
Thank you for taking the time to review Sleepover at the Touraine! I apologize that we didn't have the room warm and toasty for your arrival, and thank you for pointing out the oversight so that we can make sure it doesn't happen to another guest or you when you come back.
I'm happy that you enjoyed your stay, despite the initial set back, and look forward to having you as a guest again!
All the Best,
The property was in excellent condition.
It was everything Dominique said it was.
Hi Richard and Mona,
Thank you for taking the time to review Sleepover at the Touraine. I'm so happy to hear that you two enjoyed your stay and hope you choose us again!
All the Best,
Some of the best playgrounds in Philly are walking distance from No. 108. Seger Playground has brand new equipment and something for every age, including tennis courts and a basketball court.
Pro Tip: Grab Lunch at the Whole Foods around the corner and bring a blanket to sit on the grassy hill at the playground for a more private and quiet picnic.
Another playground is Taney Park, only about a 10 minute walk down Spruce Street.
Grab some sidewalk chalk and hit up the goat sculpture at Rittenhouse Square, it's where all the little kids hang from the neighborhood.
Stuff to Do!
The Reading Terminal Market is a must see. It's a magical place full of every food possible - Amish hot pretzel makers, fresh produce, Indian food, and grilled cheeses from local dairies. Take a stroll through Chinatown afterwards and pick up some paper dragons, trinkets, and grab some Vietnamese coffee to-go from Vietnam and do some people watching.
Hit up the Fleisher Ollman Gallery while you're in the area for the latest art. Take a walk down Spruce Street to the river. Bring a blanket and chill on the grass by the water, or follow the foot path all the way to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Head down Pine Street to find lots of antique shops and small boutiques like P's and Q's for Her, Mama's Wellness Joint is a favorite yoga studio with something for both moms, dads, and kids.
Morning: You don't have to travel far in the morning, just go downstairs to Rival Bros. for a cup of coffee and a selection of pastries from High Street on Market.
Lunch: A picnic is a great way to take in the scenery. Grab a blanket and head to Metropolitan Bakery and buy some of their delicious premade salads or sandwiches. Or hit up Spread Bagelry, the bagels are baked right in front of you in a wood burning oven after being boiled in honey water. Then, head over to Rittenhouse Square or Filter Square, for your picnic.
Dinner: Pizzeria Vetri has communal tables and outstanding pizza, salads, and gelato - they're also kid friendly. Bar Bombon has inventive vegan Mexican food and a chill vibe. Monk's Cafe is right around the corner, just damn good bar food, and a literal bible of beers. CheU Noodle Bar totally nailed the Asian/Mexican/American flavors in a bowl of noodles like none other.