Guild House Hotel To Open in Philadelphia

Guild House Hotel – On the heels of Women’s History Month comes the grand opening of a boutique property in a National Historic Landmark building that belonged to — and will honor — a 19th-century working women’s advocacy and support group known as the New Century Guild.

The rooms and suites — 12 in total — in the Midtown Village hotel are named after Guild members, which included notable abolitionists, suffragists, activists, poets, and artists. Among them: Eliza Sproat Turner, a teacher, writer, and New Century Guild founder; Florence Kelley, a founding member of the NAACP; and Emily Sartain, artist and director of the Philadelphia School of Design for Women (now Moore College of Art and Design). Amenities at the invisible service hotel include luxury bath and body products, specialty coffees, teas, and chocolates, and customized itineraries, airport pickup, and curated experiences upon request. June 6, 2021.

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