Hampton Inn Philadelphia King of Prussia
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Philadelphia King of Prussia
Travel Blogs from King of Prussia
... to Hollywood Studios. The time being 1800 meant we had missed most of the shows. A quick recalculation and the fact we were lucky enough to be on the bus that went to Epcot also meant I finally got onto the test track ride and second flight of soaring. A great day packed with water thrills sun burn and an open topped race at 65 mph. Awesome!! Day seven of an amazing week didn't disappoint. With our first stop being typhoon lagoon. The water parks being very similar. Except ...
... Square, where the Declaration of Independence was first read in public.
After exploring these two touristy attractions, Gerald’s friend Pete joined our group. They met each other when Pete went on exchange to Austria last year (what exchange is good for!!). Pete lives in Philadelphia and was very keen to show us around the city. So under his guidance we walked all the way to the other side of town, along the Library Hall, the Congress Hall, the ...
... so it wasn’t a problem, but we hoped it wouldn’t get too hot in the weeks to come…which was wrong. Each day we got around a 1 hour break. Some days I would just lay down and watch an episode of something, or go to the gym, which the gym here is amazing since it is a sporting school, so it has been handy having this here.
But it was a fun week and we had some lovely girls on our floor so it was the best start we could have hoped for.
... the times. Now it sits in a rather scary, rundown part of town.
During his time in this house (about a year), Poe published The Tell-Tale Heart and The Gold Bug, and began work on The Raven (to be published after he moved to New York). We watched a short video about his life (the main theme of which is that he was always. so. poor.). We also learned that he married his first cousin Virginia when she was 13 and he was 27. She seemed to be sick all her life ...
... 1876. The Liberty Bell with its distinctive crack is housed across the road and on display in a more modern museum building. As I said, I like Philadelphia. Whenever I go anywhere I try to imagine myself living there, if it is a place I could like and enjoy, what the local history is and what there is to do. Philadelphia was certainly one of those places. I won't be moving there just yet, but it was definitely a relief after New ...