Bensalem is a very charming township on the NE section of Philadelphia in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. It is a rather historic place since it was founded in 1692, just ten years after the State of Pennsylvania (1682). Here, you will find plenty of things to do and see that will surely occupy you pleasantly for a weekend or so. A few of the top attractions in Bensalem include Parx Casino and Racetrack (a great place for casino and horse racing enthusiasts), TD Bank Amphitheater (hosts concerts of all kinds throughout the year), Mongkoltepmunee Buddhist Temple (the only of its kind in the US), the Neshaminy Mall, and the AMC Neshaminy 24 Theater (the largest theater in PA). Regarding budget accommodation, with more than 250 and nearby Bensalem, you will surely find the one that best suits your needs. Prices per night start from as little as $45, but if you are after an excellent economy accommodation experience, then you will have to pay $110+.