Where to Stay in Philadelphia: Group Stays at The Touraine
If you’re looking to stay in Philadelphia with a large group of people, look no further than The Touraine. Located on a beautiful tree-lined street just minutes away from Rittenhouse Square, The Touraine makes the perfect location for group stays in the city. Whether you’re visiting for a corporate conference or retreat, wedding, birthday party, or group getaway, The Touraine has everything you need to enjoy your stay in Center City.
Group Stays in Philadelphia
Welcome to the perfect room block. The travel apartments at The Touraine are a collection of fully-furnished apartments all conveniently located on the first floor of this historic property. Nestled in a private and quiet hallway, accommodations range from studio, one, and two-bedroom apartments—with thoughtful features such as a pull out couch for an extra guest and even a Pack ‘n Play for your little guests. Each one is meticulously outfitted and uniquely designed with original artwork, one-of-a-kind vintage items, and all the creature comforts (and more) of your own home.
Being that each apartment is located right next to the other, you and your group can easily get together, communicate, and coordinate your stay in the city.
Travel Apartment Amenities
When you and your group stay at The Touraine, you have an array of luxury and unique amenities at your fingertips. Each travel apartment is fully furnished with organic linens and toiletries, gourmet cookware and local coffee, and one-of-a-kind vintage items and goods you won’t find anywhere else. Each apartment features original oak hardwood floors, heated tile bathroom floors, smart TVs with cable, Wi-Fi, and an ironing board for your convenience. Start the day off with brunch in No.109’s large kitchen and dining room or host a movie night with all of your friends and loved ones. Just across the street from The Touraine is Spruce Market, a local neighborhood market with household goods and groceries should you need any last-minute items or OJ for your brunch mimosas.
Guests at The Touraine are more than welcome to use our community amenities such as our business center, 24/7 gym and yoga studio, and outdoor patio and meeting space.
Group Activities & Things to Do in Philly
When you and your colleagues/family members/best friends/or wedding party stay at The Touraine, you’re literally in the center of it all. Take a short walk down Spruce Street and you’ll come across boutique coffee shops, craft eateries and bars, and the best in arts and entertainment the city has to offer. Learn more about our neighborhood and go-to eateries, museums and galleries, and parks to visit. With warm weather on the horizon, there’s so much to explore and do in Philly from yoga pop-ups in the park to live music and beer festivals. We’ve put together multiple guides and resources for your group to check out from our Favorite Breweries in Philly to the Top 5 Things to do in Philly in the Summer. If you’re looking for additional recommendations, ask our front desk staff! We’re a tight-knit group of foodies and adventurers.
Unparalleled Hospitality & Service
Let us take care of you and your guests. Our 24/7 front desk staff is more than happy to help you with everything from checking in to calling a cab or providing recommendations for must-visit restaurants and attractions. You’ll find that in every travel apartment, there is a thoughtfully curated city guide from all of us at Spruce Street Commons.
Don’t Just Take it From Us
Gwen and a group of friends stayed at The Touraine and had this to say about their stay:
Our stay at the Historic Touraine was beyond our hopes or expectations. We are experienced Philly travelers for an annual event and this was our best stay yet! Don't hesitate to stay here. Our group stayed in 3 apartments from studio to 1/1.5 and each was the best combination of comfortable, well-appointed MCM/Minimalist, and the BEST location for everything you could want. Add to that the lobby staff is friendly, thoughtful, attentive, and welcoming...if I were moving to Philly, I'd live here.