When making plans to visit Philadelphia, consider using the Union League of Philadelphia as your home away from home. Our newly renovated Four-Diamond hotel, The Inn at the League, located at 1450 Sansom, between Broad and 15th Streets, is centrally located on Philadelphia’s Avenue of the Arts.

The Inn at the League has 84 guest rooms and suites, each with its own charm. Truly in a class by itself, The Inn offers an incomparable mix of distinctive history and old world hospitality. Many of our first time guests have referred to us as the "best-kept secret in Center City Philadelphia."

The League adheres to a strict dress code policy. The League requires a jacket be worn by men when dining in any of the restaurants. 1862 requires men to wear jackets and ties at all times. The exceptions to this policy are breakfast Monday through Sunday and lunch on Saturday, which allow business casual. Business casual is defined as a collared shirt and slacks for men and appropriate attire for women. Jeans, denim wear, athletic attire, tee shirts, shorts, baseball caps, sneakers or tattered clothes are never permitted on the first or second floor of the League house (where the restaurants and meeting rooms are located). Guests staying at the Inn at the League or members using the Fitness Center may come and go as they are by using the entrance on Sansom Street located on the ground floor (which is where the hotel lobby/front desk is located).

For further information, please contact the front desk at frontdesk@unionleague.org or 215-587-5570.