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Mint House Philadelphia – Queen Village

528 S 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19147

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Modern vacation rentals in historic Queen Village


At Mint House Philadelphia – Queen Village, you’ll live like a local in one of Philadelphia’s most historic and quaint neighborhoods. Choose from studio, one or two-bedroom apartment rentals which feature up to three times the space of traditional hotels, a full kitchen (with a grocery store in the building), washer/dryer, free wi-fi, comfortable beds and spacious living areas for relaxing, entertaining, and remote working. On the border of Queen Village and Society Hill, you are just a short walk from the waterfront, Head House farmer’s market, destination dining and the region’s best vintage shopping and textile stores, you truly can experience both old world charm and modern convenience in your bright and spacious Philadelphia apartment rental.

About the Location

Queen Village, a historic neighborhood simmering with modern energy. As Philadelphia’s first residential neighborhood, it has lived many lives in its nearly 400-year history. From its early days as part of “New Sweden,” (the settlement’s Old Swedes’ Church, or Gloria Dei), to being the center of Philadelphia’s free black community in the 18th and mid-19th centuries (Mother Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church on South 6th Street is a proud relic of this era), to a bustling industrial age centered around the textile, iron and ship building industries, you can find remnants of the neighborhood’s past on every street. Join the fashion and design professionals who come to the city just for Fabric Row, a top tier shopping street for old school family-owned fabric stores like the 100-year-old Fleishman’s Fabrics and Supplies and stylist-approved vintage stores like Philly Vintage Bazaar. Steps from bustling South Street, with world class dining, shopping, music venues and vibrant nightlife. If you’re considering a souvenir tattoo, the neighborhood’s young, Bohemian bona fides make it a natural habitat for any number of ink emporiums — No Ka Oi Tiki Tattoo means “the very best” in Hawaiian and has a reputation to back it up. Queen Village is also a favorite among third-wave coffee drinkers who vibe at Shot Tower Coffee and devoted gastronoms who treasure Marrakesh, an award-winning Moroccan restaurant that’s been here for more than 30 years, and Bistrot La Minette, which, when paired with a morning of vintage shopping, can make you feel like you’re celebrating a triumphant day at Paris’s Les Puces. Nearby on the Delaware River waterfront, Spruce Street Harbor Park, which is the city’s favorite summer playground. Don’t forget to stop by Headhouse Farmers Market, directly outside your door in Philadelphia’s historic Society Hill neighborhood. Featuring an abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables, you can also find a great selection of locally prepared foods and goods. Queen Village is extremely accessible and navigable by foot and bicycle, a perk not lost on residents particular about dining, drinking and shopping close to home.

Standard Amenities

  • Contactless Check-In
  • 24/7 Customer Support
  • Professionally Cleaned
  • Complimentary Coffee/Tea
  • Shower/Bath Amenities
  • Fresh Towels
  • Keyless Entry

Special Amenities

Full Kitchen

Fully-equipped with stainless steel cookware, glassware, dishware and utensils.


Complimentary laundry pods are included in your stay.

Smart Check-in

Via the Mint House App

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Room Types

Studio Apartments

One Bedroom Apartments

Two Bedroom Apartments

Local Favorites


Spruce Street Harbor Park


Spruce Street Harbor Park makes for summertime memories, with colorful hammocks, floating gardens, beautiful trees adorned in technicolored lights, local craft beers, and delicious food from some of Philadelphia’s most popular restaurants.


Reading Terminal Market


Allot plenty of time to stroll through this vast food bazaar, one of the greatest public markets in the country. With over 80 diverse merchants and countless sit-down eateries, you won’t walk out empty-handed or hungry.


Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens


Find inspiration at this intricate, magical installation, completely covered with mosaics by artist Isaiah Zager. The glittering environment is guaranteed to transport you.