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What you should know about King of Prussia

Named for the storied inn that once welcomed colonial settlers starting a new life, King of Prussia was known primarily for its historic legacy until the mid-20th century. In 1963, the opening of one of the largest shopping malls in the United States put this outpost of Philadelphia on the map for very different reasons. Today, King of Prussia is a thriving community with many new homes and businesses, and a strong sense of pride in its unique heritage.

Hotels in King of Prussia


Situated at a strategic intersection of the national highway network, this hospitable neighborhood has been catering for tired and hungry travelers since its earliest days. You’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to finding comfortable and affordable hotels in King of Prussia. For instance, Wayne Hotel is a 3-star King of Prussia hotel with a popular on-site restaurant that specializes in home-style American cuisine. Courtyard Philadelphia Valley Forge/King of Prussia has its own luxurious indoor pool, while guests at the HYATT house Philadelphia/King of Prussia hotel can enjoy a refreshing workout at its well-equipped fitness center before relaxing in the spa tub.

Things to see in King of Prussia


One of the major draws of King of Prussia is its vast shopping mall—actually two connected malls, the Plaza and the Court, making it one of the largest in the entire United States. Anchor stores include popular US flagship brands such as Macy’s and Bloomingdales, alongside several luxury retailers and designer labels. The complex also features many tempting restaurants serving a variety of the world’s most delicious cuisines, from steak to sushi. When you're all shopped out, delve into the rich heritage of King of Prussia at Valley Forge National Historical Park, where George Washington and his army made their camp during the American War of Independence. Wander past restored colonial mansions and reconstructed log huts that served as the soldiers’ accommodation, and view original artifacts in the visitor center’s fascinating museum. The park also has a network of hiking and cycling trails, along with fishing and boating facilities, making it a favorite leisure spot for locals and visitors alike.

Good for families


World-famous shopping, abundant recreation opportunities, and a huge range of dining options all add up to one thing—the perfect location for a successful family vacation. Throw in an unbeatable choice of budget hotels in King of Prussia and you’ve got a winning formula. Acclaimed heritage attractions and state-of-the-art entertainment and leisure amenities combine to offer a fascinating introduction to American culture past and present. The neighborhood’s location at the crossroads of four major interstate highways makes it a particularly convenient destination for families with their own transport—most King of Prussia hotels offer generous on-site parking arrangements.

How to get to King of Prussia


Philadelphia International Airport is the region’s principal hub; direct connections from the airport to downtown Philly are provided by regional rail services. Philadelphia is also a major destination on the Amtrak cross-country network, with trains arriving into the city’s 30th Street Station. King of Prussia is only a 30-minute drive from Philadelphia, and SEPTA bus lines 124 and 125 serve the town. Getting around King of Prussia is easy thanks to the excellent integrated public transit system, including a comprehensive bus network and a high-speed urban rail line. This well-planned, spacious neighborhood is also easy to navigate by private car.

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