To reduce the stress that a transplant may bring, it's important to plan out your stay in Philadelphia in advance.

At Penn Medicine, we offer the Clyde F. Barker Penn Transplant House as an option for transplant patients and their families and caregivers to stay. The Transplant House is a comfortable, homelike guest house that is conveniently located near the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP).

In addition to the Transplant House, the following housing and hotel options are all close to HUP.

Nearby Housing and Lodging Resources

A number of other short- and long-term housing and lodging options are convenient to HUP.

The Gift of Life House
Rooms are $40 per night, per room (rooms can accommodate 1-4 people)
Van transportation to and from HUP is offered on a regular schedule
401 Callowhill Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123

Hosts for Hospitals
Lodging with host families in private, comforting home environments for $20 per night
Guests must go through an application process and are responsible for their own food and transportation
Various locations in and around Philadelphia

Luxurious and fully furnished housing and apartments in Philadelphia
Rates vary based on length of stay and location
Various locations in and around the city

AKA Rittenhouse Square
Extended-stay, fully furnished hotel residences ranging from one-bedroom studios to two-bedroom suites
Patients receive a 10 percent discount off the best flexible rate
135 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103

The Franklin Residences
Luxurious, fully furnished studio and one-bedroom apartments with numerous amenities, including 24-hour resident service desk, doorman and weekly housekeeping
Complex can accommodate stays of 30 days or more; rates vary
834 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107

Hotel Options

When making reservations as a patient or family member, be sure to ask for the hospital room rate.

Please be aware that this does not entail a complete list of lodging options and housing local to Penn Medicine. It does not imply endorsement or recommendations by Penn Medicine or its employees.

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