The 2017 Value Summit is heading to the City of Brotherly Love! Heading to Philly to help us celebrate 70 Years of Value Engineering? Philadelphia is the second largest city on the east coast and is extremely accessible, situated directly between Washington, D.C. and New York City. The Sheraton Society Hill is about 7 miles from PHL and 2 miles from 30th Street Station.
By Plane: Philadelphia International Airport is the nearest major airport. PHL is an American Airlines Hub and is serviced by all major airlines. Once on the ground, the hotel is a short taxi ride away or using the convenient SEPTA Airport Line rail to the Market-Frankford Line will get you where you need to be.
By Train: On the east coast? Consider using Amtrak to reach Philadelphia. 30th Street Station is located in Center City and services the Northeast Regional Line. Once at 30th Street Station - jump on the Market-Frankford Line for a quick ride to 2nd Street.
Sheraton Society Hill
1 Dock Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
For our 2017 Value Summit Attendees, we have secured great rooms at the Sheraton Society Hill - putting you close to the conference action and near great Philadelphia Attractions.
Traditional Room (Double) - $159 (Single/Double); $179 Triple Rate; $199 Quad Rate
Traditional Room (King Bed) - $159 (Single/Double); $179 Triple Rate; $199 Quad Rate
Reserve your room by August 5, 2017. Rooms rates are available 2 days prior and 2 days following the event.
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City Tavern Restaurant(less than 0.1 mi.) – Travel back in time to this colonial-style restaurant, featuring old-fashioned costumes; recipes from Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin and Martha Washington; and a historical atmosphere. This restaurant is a casual-dining restaurant featuring 18-century lunch and dinner items, signature beverages, and more.
Zahav (0.1 mi.) – Enjoy this five-star Israeli restaurant offering authentic flavors and cultural influences of Jerusalem – from creamy homemade hummus and sizzling meat skewers, to golden limestone floors and beautiful hand-carved tables. The establishment was recognized as the #1 Restaurant in Philadelphia by Philadelphia Magazine in 2009.
Amada(0.2 mi.) – Offering authentic tastes of the Andalucía region, this rustic-chic restaurant and bar offers delicious traditional Spanish dishes prepared with avant-garde cooking techniques. Dine for lunch, dinner or weekend brunch at the six-seat chef’s counter that overlooks the open kitchen, the comfortable second dining room and lounge, or the private event space and spacious bar area.
The Continental(0.3 mi.) – Take your taste buds for a spin with one of the flavorful dishes at this iconic Philadelphia restaurant. Enjoy lunch, weekend brunch, dinner or cocktails, paired with fast and friendly service during your visit.
Buddakan(0.3 mi.) – This modern Asian restaurant features a variety of delectable menu items for both lunch and dinner, a beautifully appointed atmosphere, and exemplary service. Complete with chic furniture, modern décor and soft mood lighting, Buddakan offers a sophisticated dining option for visitors to the Philadelphia area.
Society Hill - What To Do
Washington Square, one of Philadelphia’s five public squares laid out by William Penn in his original plan for the city, has been a scenic modern-day park for 200 years. Its proximity to Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell and the Independence Visitor Center make it hard for visitors and locals to resist the appeal of walking the same land and streets the nation’s founders once strolled. Today’s beautiful park setting and the lovely homes and buildings that surround it complete the experience.
With its cobblestone streets and original 18th- and 19th-century buildings that line the streets, Headhouse Square remains as picture-perfect today as it was hundreds of years ago. It’s also home to Headhouse Square Farmers’ Market, the oldest farmers’ market in Philadelphia. Held every Sunday May through December, the market boasts more than 25 farmers and producers, all displaying their fresh produce, baked goods and local meats, cheeses and wines.
Though just a short street in Society Hill, the cobblestoned Dock Street area is home to a number of the city’s best restaurants and entertainment. Look no further than the modern-yet-traditional cuisine at Zahav, Mediterranean treats at Positano Coast and the Ritz Five, which screens independent and foreign films.