Wondering where your next private flight will be? How about Philadelphia’s newest and tallest luxury building?
Coming in at America’s 10th tallest building, sitting 60 stories up, the new Four Seasons Hotel in Philadelphia does not disappoint. The grand opening earlier this month unveiled the beautiful design and lavish experience it has to offer.
This hotel hosts a total of 219 rooms, including 39 suites, celebrity chef restaurants, a spa, and a beautiful view of the city. This hotel sits on top of the $1.5 billion Comcast Technology Center, making for a breathtaking view. Every room is built with a “fourth wall” that gives you a clear view of City Hall.
Designed by Jeff Leatham, the hotel’s artistic director, this hotel prides itself on its intricate details and the attention to these detail does not go unnoticed. Each room not only has a view of the city but mirrored ceilings. The spa itself is embedded with crystals. Hotel guests will be able to experience a 30,000-gallon pool that stretches across glass walls and ceilings that look across the city and neighboring skyscrapers.
In honor of the hotel’s collaboration with Comcast, guests will have access to Comcast x1 video platform which features 300 channels and over 50,000 movies and on-demand options.
Rooms start at $650 a night and cap out at $1,700.
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