Discounted rates of $199.00 per night (excluding taxes and fees) are available to attendees of the MBA Roundtable Symposium and the Online MBA Conference at the Sonesta Philadelphia Rittenhouse Square, located at 18th & Market Streets.
Sonesta Philadelphia Rittenhouse Square
1800 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Housing Deadline: September 12, 2017
Please use group code 1003MBACONF to receive the discounted rate.
Additional Information on the Hotel
TRAVEL TO PHILADELPHIA
Philadelphia International Airport is just seven miles from Center City. SEPTA’s R1 line directly links the airport to Philadelphia’s downtown for a fast, hassle-free connection. Philadelphia taxis charge a flat rate of $25 for travel between Center City and the airport. PHL is served by all major domestic carriers and is a major hub for American Airlines. The New International Terminal features 13 new international gates, 56 U.S. immigration booths and more amenities to make your trip to Philadelphia as pleasant as possible.
Philadelphia is served by Amtrak, which operates rail service along the Northeast Corridor stretching from Boston to Washington, and other major cities in the United States and Canada. Amtrak’s 30th Street Station is minutes from the Pennsylvania Convention Center and Center City hotels.
Local train service is provided by SEPTA, which also connects to NJ Transit trains in Trenton, NJ en route to New York. NJ Transit trains also depart from 30th Street Station for Atlantic City, NJ.
Amtrak, (800) USA-RAIL
SEPTA, (215) 580-7800
PATCO, (856) 772-6900
NJ Transit, (973) 275-5555
By car, the city is just two hours from New York City, 90 minutes from Baltimore, three hours from Washington D.C. and about an hour from Lancaster County, Atlantic City and the New Jersey shore via major highways.
Shuttle Service will be available between the Sonesta Philadelphia Rittenhouse Square (official conference hotel) and Temple University’s Fox School of Business. See agenda for specific times.
Temple University is also conveniently accessible using Philadelphia’s public transportation service provided by SEPTA.
Broad Street Subway:
All local Broad Street subway trains stop at Cecil B. Moore station (Broad and Cecil B. Moore Avenue).
By SEPTA Bus:
The "4" and "16" buses stop on Broad Street at Cecil B. Moore Avenue, Montgomery Avenue, Polett Walk, and Norris Street. The "23" bus stops on 12th Street (southbound) and 11th Street (northbound) at Polett Walk, Montgomery Avenue, and Cecil B. Moore Avenue.
SEPTA Regional High Speed Lines:
All lines stop at Temple University station, located at 10th and Berks Street.For more information, please visit the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) website.
With a city population of 1.5 million and more than 6 million in the metropolitan area, Philadelphia is the largest city in Pennsylvania and the 5th largest city in the nation. Philadelphia holds a prominent place in the nation’s history and is commonly referred to as the birthplace of American independence. Today, the city remains a major cultural, commercial and educational center. In 2015, UNESCO officially granted their World Heritage status to the city of Philadelphia. Philadelphia is the first and only city in the United States to have been given that honor.