Welcome to the Roosevelt Inn
An Economical Hotel in Philadelphia
The Roosevelt Inn is a well-kept, modern, affordable low-rise hotel conveniently located on Roosevelt Boulevard (U.S. Route 1) in North Philadelphia. It makes a perfect headquarters for families whose travel plans include visits to historic Philadelphia, Bucks County, Peddler’s Village and Sesame Place.
The Roosevelt Inn is a non-smoking hotel.
Free coffee service is available daily, and complimentary coffee and donuts are served Saturday and Sunday in the sunny first-floor breakfast room.
Available room options include king or large double with two queen size beds. All rooms are accessible from the interior corridor, have bright, clean contemporary decor, air conditioning, and cable TV with free HBO/ESPN. All calls anywhere in the continental US are free.
If traveling with an infant we are able to supply a crib at no additional charge. Ample, outdoor parking is also available at no additional cost for cars, buses and large vehicles.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike, I-76 and I-95 are both just minutes away. We are close to the Roosevelt Mall, which has a Chipotle, Dunkin Donuts, Footlocker, Macy’s, Wendy’s and other retail outlets. We are also near Enterprise Rent-a-Car and Target.
Monday – Sunday: 1 Bed
Only $120 A Night ($103.00 + Tax)*
Monday – Sunday: 2 Beds
Only $140 A Night ($120.17 + Tax)*
*Prices per night are for 1 to 2 people. Third and fourth person in room is an additional $5.00 per person.
Children under 16 years are free in parent’s room. Subject to change without notice. Subject to availability.
The Roosevelt Inn is committed to accommodating the needs of all of its guests. However, because the Inn was constructed in 1960, many years before the enactment of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), it does not have (nor is it required to have) ADA accessible guest rooms. In addition, the main entrance to the Hotel is not wheelchair accessible and may not be accessible to guests with other mobility impairments. While there may be certain service entrances that could accommodate wheelchairs, the paths of travel from those entrances both to guest check-in and most of the guest rooms include steps, and there are no other alternatives to access these rooms and areas. The doors to the guest rooms are 30 inches wide, however the doors to the toilet rooms and bath/shower rooms in such guest rooms are narrower than the ADA requires.
“The price is very reasonable, very clean, great parking. I would definitely come back.”
“Great service … spotless spot.
“The rooms were nice and tidy, well-organized as well as comfortable.”