6 Affordable Philadelphia Airbnbs

Jul 31, 2017

I may be biased, but Philadelphia has a lot to offer. From the food and beer scene to the historic sites and museums, there’s no shortage of things to do! Philadelphia is a very neighborhood-centric city. Each part has its own charm to offer. So if you’re planning a trip to Philadelphia (do it, do it) enjoy the city as a local would and consider these 10 affordable* Airbnb’s in Philadelphia.

*At the time this post was published these are the reported numbers, but as you might know Airbnb’s pricing structure fluctuates based on availability, travel dates, and days of the week.

Old City

$75 – 6 guests

If history is what you are looking for, then staying in Old City is just the place you want to be. At this Airbnb, you’ll be minutes away from the Liberty Bell, Penny’s Landing, Ben Franklin’s House, Elfreth’s Alley, and the National Constitution Center. This neighborhood also has some great spots to grab a drink, eat dinner, and do some shopping.

Center City

$125 – 6 guests

If you’re looking for a spot downtown, this renovated rowhome is a great deal and sleeps up to 6 people.


$180 – 4 guests

Talk about a great location! This row home is located right on Passyunk Square with a beautiful Juliette balcony overlooking the fountain. There are a lot of restaurants, cafes, bars, and shops in this neighborhood within walking distance.

Port Richmond

$65 – 7 guests

 This two bedroom home in Port Richmond also comes with a beautiful backyard. Located nearby I-95 makes it a quick 15 minute trip to downtown Philadelphia.

South Philly

$105 – 3 guests

This updated one bedroom apartment is perfect for a writer’s retreat or artist’s getaway.


$55 – 10 guests

Fishtown is a pretty popular neighborhood in the city and has a ton of great bars, restaurants, and local shops to check out. This three bedroom home is close to the heart of Fishtown, comes with a private parking space, AND a 6 person hot tub. Need I say more?


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