• Philadelphia – the City of Love

    Philadelphia – the City of Love

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    Beaches of Atlantic City

  • Nations Capital | Washington DC

    Nations Capital | Washington DC

  • Washington DC Hostel at City House Hostel Washington DC

    Washington DC Hostel at City House Hostel Washington DC

  • Philadelphia Hostel at City House Hostel Philadelphia

    Philadelphia Hostel at City House Hostel Philadelphia

  • Old City Philadelphia Hostel

    Old City Philadelphia Hostel

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    New Orleans Hostel by City House Hostel New Orleans

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City House Hostel Washington DC is IN the heart of Washington DC's transit hub and just a short walk to the US Capitol. We've been in the cool Atlas District for years and City House Hostel Washington DC is here to welcome you home!

Washington DC is a dizzying mix of world-class culture, art, food and politics with City House Hostel Washington DC right in the middle of it all!. It’s the capital of the United States of America and still feels like a uniquely worldly city. Whoever you are, whatever you’re looking for, chances are you’ll find it here in Washington DC while feeling right at home at City House Hostel Washington DC.

City House Hostel Washington DC is the closest hostel in Washington DC to Union Station, the major transportation hub in the city! Of course that means you are just a few blocks to the United States Capitol, the Smithsonian museums, and all the monuments and sights that Washington DC has to offer - all at City House Hostel Washington DC.

City House Hostel Philadelphia is two blocks from the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Betsy Ross House, and all the cheesesteaks you can eat!

Come check out City House Hostel Philadelphia in the middle of cobblestone backstreets and get inspired by rich history; the birthplace of American independence and famous debates during the founding of the United States of America; and mouth watering food that has all made Philadelphia famous. Sound good? Come to City House Hostel Philadelphia to experience it all!

The newest and highest rated in Philadelphia, City House Hostel Philadelphia is directly across from the historic Christ Church and just a beautiful stroll down cobble stone streets to the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. When you're ready to sink your teeth into a Philly Cheese-steak we have you covered there as well, just a block away - all at City House Hostel Philadelphia.

If you're looking for something a bit more quiet, our sister property at City House Hostel Old City Philly is in an old German Schoolhouse on a quiet side street - Old City Philly Hostel.

City House Hostel Atlantic City is only two blocks from the world famous Atlantic City Boardwalk and the long beaches that stretch along the Atlantic Ocean.

It's not hard to find beauty in a city built next to the ocean - so beautiful in fact that it has drawn beach, party, and restaurant goers from all over the East Coast for decades. We're excited to share it with you, at City House Hostel Atlantic City.

Beach? 2 Blocks!
Boardwalk? 2 Blocks!
Casino? 2 Blocks!

Did you notice that? City House Hostel Atlantic City is within Two Blocks of everything you could want!

The Atlantic City House is surrounded by a plethora of shops, restaurants, bars and clubs -- and of course the world famous sunny beach!  Even better! You'll be less than an hour away from Philadelphia and Old City Philadelphia

City House Hostel New Orleans / French Quarter is IN the French Quarter and a block from Bourbon Street. Stop in and see why guests from all over the world choose City House Hostel New Orleans / French Quarter when they are in New Orleans and the French Quarter!

Ride the trolley streetcar along tree lined streets and past cemeteries that host parties, or listen to jazz at one of dozens of famous music joints throughout the city. It’s pretty hard to get stressed in New Orleans and the French Quarter, but having a good time is easy - especially when you stay at City House Hostel New Orleans / City House Hostel French Quarter.

City House Hostel New Orleans French Quarter is the ONLY legal hostel in the French Quarter, just one block to the world famous Bourbon Street, less than a block to the trolley car lines on Canal Street, and right at home in the Big Easy!

City House Hostel Old City Philadelphia is the ideal travelers hostel for access to the Philadelphia Convention Center, Conference Center, or to explore the quiet side of Old City Philadelphia, home to the United States founding.

City House Hostel Old City Philadelphia is the smaller, more intimate sister to our other location Philadelphia hostel, City House Hostel Old City is perfect for small groups or professional nomads ready to really get a feel for the city of Brotherly Love. Sofas, tables, and desks to work from, a quiet side cobblestone street to get a good night's sleep, City House Hostel Old City Philadelphia keeps the traveling professional and other worldly guests comfortable and ready to explore!

Located on a brick paved street lined with old trees, City House Hostel Old City Philadelphia is the closest hostel in Philadelphia to the Philadelphia Convention Center, the Independence Center, and the US Mint - not to mention some of the best bites to eat and little coffee shops in the city - all at City House Hostel Old City Philadelphia.

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