Richard Moe, former president of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, said it best, “West Chester is a real, living, dynamic town that appreciates and capitalizes on its rich past, while keeping a watchful eye on the future.” West Chester is well versed in preservation, with the adaptive reuse of buildings aiding in maintaining its historic landscape.
Formerly the Warner Theater and centrally located to countless restaurants, sidewalk cafés, brew pubs, and eclectic shops, Hotel Warner is the only hotel in West Chester’s historic downtown. The hotel is conveniently located in the heart of the Brandywine Valley. The Brandywine is nestled amidst the rolling hills of southern Chester County, Pennsylvania, where the Battle of Brandywine was fought, and northern New Castle County, Delaware, where the paper was milled for the Declaration of Independence and for America's first currency. Here is where the duPonts made their fortunes, built their mansions, and where three generations of Wyeths have lived and painted the landscapes and people of Chadds Ford.
Hotel Warner is only minutes from West Chester University, Longwood Gardens, QVC Studios, King of Prussia Mall, Brandywine River Battlefield, Valley Forge National Park, Sight & Sound Theater, and Lancaster County’s Amish Country.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: 36 miles
Baltimore, Maryland: 88 miles
Philadelphia International Airport (PHL): 26 miles, 45 minutes
120 North High Street
West Chester, PA 19380