Le Meridien Philadelphia
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Meridien Philadelphia
The room was clean, fresh and modern. My room came with the view of the City Hall. Hotel is a walking distance from all major attractions.
Staff was friendly and helpful. I truely felt like home from home.
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