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The Ritz-Carlton Suite, The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia

10 Avenue of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA 19102, USA

Hotel Name
The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia

VIP Booking contact
RC-Philadelphialeads@ritzcarlton.com

Phone
215-523-8000

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Overview

A true landmark of the city, The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia is set within the confines of a spectacular neoclassical building complete with rotunda dating back to 1908. 

Originally a bank, the hotel has an abundance of original features to marvel at, but none more impressive than in the awe-inspiring lobby lounge: a vast marble-domed space that stretches four storeys high and houses the hotel’s signature restaurant and bar, Aquimero.

One of the city’s most glamorous dining destinations, it is helmed by famed chef Richard Sandoval, whose global empire of restaurants have garnered critical acclaim thanks to his pioneering approach to Latin cuisine.

On top of being a top dining destination, the hotel's central location just off Penn Square in the heart of Philadelphia’s historic district can not be beaten. 

All 330 rooms and suites are located in the hotel's 30-storey adjoining tower, which was built in 1931 as an addition to the bank. As to be expected, the accommodation exudes grandeur from the early 20th century.

The Ritz-Carlton Suite is perched on the top floor and is the hotel’s finest key. Lofty ceilings, large picture windows and elegant white paneled walls are in keeping with the building's era, while the contemporary furnishings have a distinctly Art Deco aesthetic. 

A neutral color palette exudes calm and as well as two bedrooms, the 1,900-sq-ft suite offers an expansive living and dining room with a bird's eye view of Philadelphia’s iconic City Hall, as well as valet parking and coveted access to The Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge. 

For added privacy (and exclusivity) the suite boasts a private elevator to zoom guests from Avenue of the Arts, 30 storeys skywards.

CompanyThe Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia
Price per night ($)8,500
Profile typeEnhanced
Number of bedroomsTwo bedrooms
Features - in suiteWelcome gifts
Dining room
Kitchen
Walk in wardrobes
Leisure facilities - HotelWeddings
Gym
Family/Child friendly
Spa
Pet friendly
Luxury and privacy optionsPrivate door away from rest of hotel
Private floor of hotel
Private elevator to suite
Size of master bedKing (152 × 198cm)
Number of bathroomsTwo bathrooms
Number of floorsOne floor
Disability aidsCeiling or mobile hoist
Adapted bathroom features
Emergency cord in bathroom
Visual aids: Braille
Accessible parking
Visual aids: Tactile signs
Step free access throughout suite
Entire unit wheelchair accessible
Hotel facilities for disabled guests
Upper floors accessible by elevator
Auditory guidance
Food and drink facilities - HotelPrivate Dining
Number of restaurantsOne restaurant
Business facilities - HotelConference room
Event space
Board room
Number of dedicated staffOne member of staff
Exclusive guest servicesDedicated concierge/guest relations manager
ViewsCity views
Transport optionsAirport transfers
Luxury brandsLG
Nespresso
Diptyque
Sustainability initiativesRecycling systems - Plastic
LED lighting
Local charity support
Recycling systems - Metals
Onsite produce
Community initiatives
Recycling systems - Food
Recycling systems - Paper/card
0-25% (Energy - Renewable sources)
Reduced waste
Linen and towel reuse programs
Plastic management
Low-flow fixtures
Recycling systems - Glass
Composting
Recycling
Food packaging
Bed linen brandFrette
TV size49"
Suite typeCity
Gold 2024, Access
Gold 2024, Sustainability
Silver 2024, Luxury
Silver 2024, Technology
Bronze 2024, Privacy

The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia

10 Avenue of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA 19102, USA

Set in the site of a former bank that dates back to 1908, The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia serves grand neoclassical architecture with its forward-thinking world-class service. The property’s history is on full display here, and the building’s original inspiration, the Pantheon, is clear from the abundance of large white columns that can be seen throughout the hotel – it’s no wonder that the building remains a highlight within Philadeliphia’s Historic District. 

Retreating to one of the 301 rooms available, guests will find it contemporary and comfortable in design, while the prime views overlooking City Hall provide a quick reminder of the historic location. With 26,000 sq ft of meeting space of grand meeting spaces, ballrooms, and even an elegant Club Lounge found on the 30th floor, all of which can be customized to suit any event, it’s no wonder that the hotel is one of the most sought-after event spaces in the city.

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