Planes, Trains and Automobiles ...
a Guide for Traveling to Philadelphia
If you are flying in to Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) you have two alternatives to get to the hotel. You can take a taxi directly to the hotel. This will cost between $30 and $35 (not including tip). The less costly alternative is to take the train (Airport Shuttle) from the airport to Market Street East station. The shuttle runs every 30 minutes and costs $7. Market East Station is underground. Once on street- level the Loews Hotel is at 12th and Market Streets.
Amtrak service to Philadelphia is to 30th Street Station. Once at the station you have the option of taking a taxi to the hotel ($8 to $10; not including tip). You may also take the subway (Market Street Line) from 30th Street Station to 13th and Market ($2). You may want to splurge here to save the trouble of getting to the subway and the steps involved.
Driving directions for the hotel are found at the link below:
If you are driving to Philadelphia your first (and most expensive; $33 per day) option is to park at the hotel. There is a parking garage a short taxi ride away that charges $18 on weekdays and $5 on Saturday and Sunday that is a less expensive alternative. It is located on Spring Street between 15th and 16th Streets. See link below:
One way to save money on parking is to book parking near the airport and take a train or taxi to the hotel. The website below allows you to book your parking ahead of time:
Once you park take the shuttle to the airport to take the train to the hotel (see above) or take a taxi from the location you park directly to the hotel.