Apartment, 1 Bedroom, 1.0 Bathroom, (Sleeps 5)
Sweet and Simple
Aside from the rules, I absolutely loved the place. My mother and I was staying over for a night. The neighborhood was great, the parking was convenient.
Awesome 1-1 in Rittenhouse
Excellent location, blocks away from Rittenhouse Square. Plenty of restaurants and shops nearby. Rented this spot to attend a conference at the convention center which is about a 15-20 min walk or 5 min cab away. I stayed with my husband and 2 year old. I'm grateful that they provided a pack-n-play for her to sleep in. The unit is very comfortable and clean. The living room is spacious. TV/Wifi works great. There's a small kitchen with oven/stove, fridge, microwave, dishwasher. There also is a washer/dryer in the basement free to use that's shared with the other two units. The basement is also where you can get rid of your trash. You'll truly feel like a local staying here. The property manager, Lauren, was very responsive to calls, questions, and our needs. Thank you so much for a wonderful experience in Philly! I would come back and stay at this unit.
Our apartment is located in Rittenhouse Square / Center City Philadelphia. You are within walking distance to many coffee shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. Rival brothers coffee is right across the street! One of the most famous belgium beer cafes, Monks, is right next door. Steps from the broad street subway line which takes you right down to the Stadiums and Venues. Rittenhouse Square is a neighborhood in Center City Philadelphia that surrounds Rittenhouse Square Park. Rittenhouse Square Park is one of the five original open space parks planned by William Penn and surveyor Thomas Holme in the late 1690’s. Originally named Southwest Square, the park was renamed in 1825 to honor David Rittenhouse, the first director of the United States Mint. In 1840, James Harper, a merchant and brick maker became the first person to construct a home on Rittenhouse Square at 1811 Walnut Street. By 1850 Rittenhouse Square become a popular residential district for the wealthy Victorian Aristocracy and many of the Victorian mansions erected in the mid 19th century still exist today. Rittenhouse Square remains a trendy, upscale neighborhood replete with residences and restaurants, bars, boutiques, schools and cultural venues. Rittenhouse Square neighborhood boundaries for real estate purposes are 22nd street to the West, Broad Street to the East, Market Street to the North and South Street to the South. The Rittenhouse neighborhood is also home to many cultural institutions, including the Curtis Institute of Music, The University of the Arts, the Ethical Society, the Philadelphia Art Alliance, the Rosenbach Museum & Library, and the Civil War and Underground Railroad Museum. Rittenhouse Square is also home to many works of public art.