Penn’s View Hotel
14 N. Front Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
- The stay includes complementary continental breakfast and wireless internet in the guestrooms.
- There is no parking at the hotel. Partriot Parking is adjacent to the hotel and most convenient. They are not affiliated with the hotel; therefore, payment has to be paid directly to the parking attendant at time of departure.
Penn’s View Hotel does not accept on-line reservations. Please call the hotel at (215)922-7600 or email the sales manager, Toni at email@example.com no later than Friday, May 22, 2020. Ask for group resevations and identify yourself as a member of the CTC Conference. All reservations must be guaranteed with a major credit card.
Holiday Inn Express Philadelphia-Midtown
1305 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
- Free Deluxe Breakfast Bar, Free High Speed Wireless Internet and On-Site Fitness Center for all Guests
- Parking: $30/day (subject to change)
Deadline to register at this hotel for the conference rate is May 14, 2020.
To make an on-line reservation click here.
Philadelphia Marriott Old City
One Dock Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Deadline to register at this hotel for the conference rate is April 20, 2020.
To make an on-line reservation click here. For phone reservations, call 1-800-325-3535 and reference the 2020 CTC Conference.
*16.36%- Hotel stays are subject to local and state taxes (currently 15.5%) and a Philadelphia Hospitality Investment Levy (PHiL) of 0.75%. The PHiL is also subject to local and state taxes.
AIRPORT – Camden is reached by air most easily via the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL)-https://www.phl.org/ though it is also possible to fly into New York City or Newark, NJ.
AMTRAK – Philadelphia is a main stop on the Northeast Corridor of AMTRAK https://www.amtrak.com/home and also accessible via New Jersey Transit www.njtransit.com. Camden can be reached via the River Line from Trenton, and the NJT Northeast Corridor from New York City (via Philly).
SEPTA – Public transportation in Philadelphia is operated by SEPTA www.septa.org. There are regular trains from the airport to Center City, a subway (the blue Market-Frankfort Line) that runs across town, as well as numerous buses – in case you want to plan some tourist activities. Unfortunately, the SEPTA and PATCO systems are not interlinked, so you need to buy separate tickets for them. It is easy, however to move from one train to the other at 8th & Market Streets. For a map click here.
PATCO – Once you are in Philadelphia, use PATCO to get to Camden. www.ridepatco.org. Campus is located at the first stop on the New Jersey side of the river, City Hall. From there, it’s just two blocks to campus. Below: PATCO Rail Map
RIVER LINE – The light rail connects Camden to Trenton and the Trenton Transit Station (which connects to the NE Corridor). For map click here.
SHUTTLE BUS – We will provide shuttle buses to campus from the New Jersey hotels. We encourage you to book your accommodations early, as there are many events, conferences, and tourist activities in Philly during the summer months.
INDEGO – For anyone staying in Philly, and up for adventure, we recommend the Philly Bike Share system, INDEGO. https://www.rideindego.com/. It’s easy to sign up, grab a bike and enjoy the town and trails along Philly’s “other” river, the Schuylkill and the fabulous Fairmount Park.
CAMDEN CAMPUS – A map of the campus is available below or click here for a downloadable map.