- Name: The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia
- Rooms: 330
- Rating: 5-Star
- Brand: The Ritz-Carlton
- Parent: Marriott International
The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia is a luxury hotel in downtown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with a historic pedigree that pars seamlessly with modern elegance. Housed within the walls of a magnificent neoclassical bank building originally built between 1904 and 1908 as The Girard Trust Company, the rotunda and adjacent eight-story tower of The Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia were designed by McKim Mead and White; the adjoining tower was added in 1923. The building was expanded from 8 stories to a height of 30 stories in 1931 and converted to The Ritz-Carlton in 2000. Located within the central business district, the landmark hotel is adjacent to City Hall and within walking distance of the Dilworth Plaza fountain and skating rink, as well as fine dining and upscale shopping.
The hotels 330 rooms and suites features distinct spaces for work and relaxation with luxurious fabrics in a welcoming neutral color palate. Punctuations of green and blue along with notes of bronze and nickel layer a contemporary polish to the space. The Penthouse Suite and Presidential Suite designs are inspired by the varied colorations of currency and usher in a new touchstone of modern luxury. Rooms and suites feature sophisticated décor, high ceilings and large windows that look out over Philadelphia, designed to capture the best of the modern city and the hotel’s historic home.
In a city as rich in history as Philadelphia, there is a lot to discover from the Philadelphia Art Museum, where the namesake of the “Rocky” films trained on the outdoor staircase, to the Lincoln Financial Field, where the NFL Eagles won the Super Bowl in 2018. To the Fillmore Philadelphia, a 25,000-sq.-ft. answer to San Francisco’s legendary music venue of the same name. Guests can explore renowned art collections at the Barnes Foundation and Philadelphia Art Museum. Performing arts at the Kimmel Center and Merriam Theater. Shopping on Rittenhouse Row and Market Street. And view important historic sites including Independence Hall and Terminal Market. Guests will find that these attractions, and others nearby, are easily explored from the hotel.
- Location: The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia – 10 Ave Of The Arts, Philadelphia, PA 19102, United States