Mulherin's Hotel

Housed in a historic building in Philly's Fishtown neighborhood, Mulherin's Hotel is a unique accommodation. The hotel's four rooms seamlessly blend the old with the new, with an eclectic mix of custom-made furniture, modern fixtures and appliances, original brick walls, king sized beds and hand-picked artwork. Depending on which room you choose, you'll also find flat-screen TVs with Apple TVs attached, McIntosh speaker systems, living plants and cacti, and a custom-built audio console with a curated selection of vinyl. And while all four rooms offer full-sized kitchens, it's hard to pass up the wood-fired Italian fare at the same-named restaurant downstairs.

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