Hotels Near Temple University

UniversityParent’s Travel Team has found hotels near Rice University that parents will love. Whether it’s time for Family Weekend, Move-In, or just a quick trip to visit your Rice student, it’s important to find the right hotel. We’ve listed the parent-friendly hotels below in order of distance to campus. Each one has features like free breakfast, free local/airport shuttles, or free Wi-fi.

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Le Meridien Philadelphia

★★★☆☆ | .2 miles from Temple University | Rating: 8.6

Parents will love the short walk to Temple’s campus, as well as the free Wi-fi. The Amtrak station is only two miles away, and the Philadelphia International Airport is ten miles.
Hotels near Temple University

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The Independent Hotel

★★★☆☆ | .4 miles from Temple University | Rating: 8.9

Walk to campus after a complimentary breakfast and enjoy the day with your Temple University student. Parking is also free which is great because it can be hard to find on campus especially during sporting events.
Hotels near Temple University

Hotels near Temple University

Morris House Hotel – Bed And Breakfast

★★★☆☆ | .7 miles from Temple University | Rating: 9.3

The Morris House Hotel offers a continental breakfast, is close to Temple University, offers free Wi-fi, and will give your stay a charming aspect.
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Four Points By Sheraton Philadelphia Airport

★★★☆☆ | 5.4 miles from Temple University | Rating: 7.0

For parents flying in from out of town, the airport shuttle can be a big time and money saver. Relax and let someone else negotiate the Philadelphia traffic so you can make the most of your visit with your Temple student.
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