If you want to spend your Philadelphia vacation (or staycation) here, you’ll have to book well in advance, because it has an occupancy of two—as in, two rooms. Simply called No. 105 and No. 108, the rooms are chicly decorated with a mix of contemporary and mid-century-modern furnishings, and boasts stunning refinished woods floors. This may be the only way you’ll ever snag the exclusive experience of sleeping over at Rittenhouse Square’s historic Touraine, once a hotel and now an apartment building with a 10-year waitlist. If you need further convincing, check out a cinematic peek at the Touraine’s interiors: Toni Collette’s character in the film In Her Shoes (2005) owned an apartment in the building.
Sleepover at the Touraine
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