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The 5 best hotels with hot tubs in Philadelphia

Stay in one of the best hotels with hot tubs in Philadelphia to make your trip feel extra luxurious

Written by
Annalise Mantz
Alex Floyd-Douglass
Jennifer Banful

There’s one hotel amenity that puts room service, king-sized beds, and even the most helpful concierge to shame: hot tubs. Hotels with hot tubs in Philadelphia are hard to come by, but they’re well worth the hunt. After a long day checking out all of the essential Philadelphia museums, soaking your aching feet in the in-room hot tub feels oh-so-good. A dip in the hot tub caps off a night of drinking at the best Philadelphia bars nicely, too. This list includes everything from high-end boutique hotels to more affordable chains, so there’s something for every traveler. A few of the hotels are even located next to some of the top Philadelphia attractions. Whether it’s your first time in the City of Brotherly Love or you’ve been coming here for years, these hotels with hot tubs in Philadelphia will take your trip to the next level.

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Who makes the cut? While we might not stay in and review every hotel featured, we've based our list on our expert knowledge of the destination covered, editorial reviews, user reviews, hotel amenities and in-depth research to find you the best stays. This article includes affiliate links. These links have no influence on our editorial content. For more information, see our affiliate guidelines.

Best hotels with hot tubs in Philadelphia

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  • Rittenhouse

This boutique hotel’s exceptional design (the lobby features a white marble fireplace, velvet sofa and colorful busts of Ben Franklin) extends to the guest rooms with jewel-toned linens, spa-inspired bathrooms and views of the city skyline. Book one for the Kimpton hotel’s 19 spa rooms or suites to sink into the luxurious jetted soaking tubs.

Best for: luxurious art deco vibes.

What's nearby? For green spaces and fresh air, you're a short stroll away from Rittenhouse Square, for the shops head to Walnut Street both within walking distance.

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  • Old City

W Philadelphia is one of the hottest new luxury hotels in town. Its design has been described as multi-faceted, perfect for all you design geeks out there. You'll find artwork of abstract murals as well as portraits of the city’s most famous musicians. There is also a heated year round pool on the seventh-floor WET Deck which can easily pass for a hot tub.

Best for: stunning skyline views of Philly's skyscrapers. 

What's nearby? For the history buffs and cultural enthusiasts, you're a short walk to Mutter Museum – uncover medicine through the archives. 

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  • Parkway Museums

This Hilton property on the site of the old Four Seasons incorporates plenty of funky twists into its decor, like wire sculptures flanking the check-in desk and sepia-toned photographs of legendary Philadelphians hanging from the lobby ceiling. For an extra luxurious stay, reserve the Presidential Suite, which includes a massive soaking tub.

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  • Elfreth's Alley

Its waterfront location gives this hotel stellar views of the Delaware River and an old-world charm that’s only heightened by the room’ exposed brick walls and dark-wood furnishings. Try one of the 150 wines stored in the wine cellar (which The Guinness Book of World Records has declared the largest in the world) before settling into one of the deluxe rooms with a king-sized bed and marble hot tub.

Best for: rooftop cocktails.

What's nearby? A stone's throw from Philadelphia Museum of Art for thought-provoking artworks from America, Europe, and East Asia. 

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  • Spruce Hill

Just a short walk from the University of Pennsylvania, this hotel would be a convenient choice for prospective students and families visiting the campus. It’s also a sleek (if not particularly stylish) property, with amenities like a fitness center, indoor pool, and large hot tub.

Best for: business travelers. 

What's nearby? No more than a 10-minute drive to Rittenhouse Square for easy access to Center City's best shops, restaurants and green spaces. 

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