Here Are PA's Best Hotels 2022: U.S. News & World Report

PENNSYLVANIA — The Rittenhouse in Philadelphia is Pennsylvania's premier hotel. That's according to U.S. News & World Report, which has released its annual rankings of the world's best hotels.

U.S. News scored hotels using a methodology that combines each hotel's industry awards with its star rating and guest sentiment. U.S. News did not include COVID-19 data in the rankings, and
noted that some hotels and resorts may be currently offering different or modified services and amenities. However, several of the major industry awards factored into the rankings take property cleanliness into account.

"The travel industry has faced many disruptions over the past two years, highlighting the need to support and recognize hotels that continue to maintain excellent standards," Zach Watson,
senior travel editor at U.S. News, said in a statement. "The 2022 Best Hotels rankings offer a dependable guide for travelers to use when organizing their next trip, whether that's in a few weeks or later in the year."

The U.S. News review of The Rittenhouse noted it long has been the standard against which to measure Philadelphia's other luxury hotels.

"Recent guests marvel at the grandeur of the property, from the wood-paneled lobby to the guest room windows overlooking Rittenhouse Square," the review stated. "On the premises, you'll find The Rittenhouse Spa & Club and several varied restaurants and/or bars to complete the opulent property."

Rounding out the top 10 hotels in Pennsylvania:

2. The Hotel Hershey, Hershey

3. Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, Farmington

4. Four Seasons Hotel at Comcast Center, Philadelphia

5. Omni Bedford Springs Resort, Bedford

6. The Lodge at Woodloch, Hawley

7. Kimpton Hotel Monaco, Philadelphia

8. Kimpton Hotel Monaco, Pittsburgh

9. AKA University City, Philadelphia

10. Fairmont, Pittsburgh

Click here to see the entire list of Pennsylvania hotels.

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This article originally appeared on the Pittsburgh Patch