where unforgettable vacations begin. welcome to the Hampton Inn Philadelphia/Willow Grove. The area around our Hampton Inn® hotel in Philadelphia/Willow Grove, to any student of the American Revolution, will forever be regarded as hallowed ground. It was here that the Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence. It was here that the Liberty Bell rang for freedom. And it was just on the outskirts of town that George Washington and the Continental Army suffered and survived the winter of 1777-1778. You'll find amazing historic districts, museums, national battlefield sites and preserved homes that tell the tale of America's early days as a nation. It's all just minutes from the Hampton Inn hotel in Philadelphia/Willow Grove. When you come to our hotel, you'll also be near all the shopping and dining you can handle. From outlet stores to the eastern seaboard's largest mall (with 365 stores!), you'll find a wealth of different stores to choose from. Hungry? Philadelphia has long been synonymous with great dining. Head to a four-star restaurant, or drop by a Philly cheese steak shop for a delicious treat. For family fun, spend the day at the zoo, aquarium or watching one of our professional sports teams. There's so much to do and see. So come get started by checking into the Hampton Inn hotel in Philadelphia/Willow Grove, where unforgettable vacations begin. services & amenities Here at the Hampton Inn Philadelphia/Willow Grove, we're passionate about taking good care of you. That's why we offer a broad range of services and amenities to make your stay exceptional. Whether you're planning a corporate meeting or need accommodations for a family reunion or your child's sporting group, we're delighted to offer you easy planning and booking tools to make the process quick and organized * Meetings & Events * Local Restaurant Guid
Hotel was quiet and the rooms were clean and sufficiently large
I wish they had given me a room on the upper floors
Not much, alas--the front desk folks were nice.
The hotel feels like a Motel 6 with Hampton decor sprayed on—bad location (next to a train line--woke me up at 5:50 am) and lots of cars, and a in-room air-conditioner that was loud enough to keep all but the most dedicated of sleepers away from a good night's rest. There's a clear lack of competition in the area, which is the only reason this place can survive (or so it seems)