Four Seasons Philadelphia Opens August 2019

Four Seasons Philadelphia Opens August 2019

The New Four Seasons Philadelphia Opens August 2019 in the Comcast Technology Center, the tallest building in Philadelphia, and the tallest building in the U.S. excluding NYC and Chicago.

Four Seasons Philadelphia Location

The old Four Seasons Philadelphia was located at Logan Square, and the new location, in the Comcast Technology Center, is just a block away, at One North 19th Street. Many U.S. hotels that are in skyscrapers are on the lower floors, with higher floors allocated to condos or private residences, but in this case the Four Seasons hotel will enjoy bird's eye views from the top floors: the hotel is on floors 48-60, with the lobby on the top 60th floor.

Four Seasons Philadelphia Opening Offers

Advance Purchase 20% Off + Four Seasons Preferred Partner Benefits

The 20% off offer requires a minimum 2 night stay, booking at least 14 days prior to arrival, and a full non-refundable pre-payment at the time of reservation. It also includes all Four Seasons Preferred Partner benefits (the $100 credit is a spa services credit).

Experience More: Extra $100 Hotel Credit + Preferred Partner Benefits

The Experience More offer enjoys the flexibility of free changes and cancellation until 6pm Philadelphia time 24 hours prior to arrival, and provides an extra $100 hotel credit once during the stay, in addition to the Preferred Partner benefits.

Four Seasons Philadelphia Rooms and Suites

The new Four Seasons Philadelphia will have 219 rooms across its 8 floors, including 39 suites.

  • Premier Cityscape Room: 352-407 square feet, floors 48-56, view of downtown high rises, City Hall and the Delaware River, 1 king or 2 double beds, bathroom with shower only
  • Premier Landscape Room: 352-407 square feet, floors 48-56, view of Philadelphia landmarks, including Ben Franklin Parkway and art museums, 1 king bed, bathroom with shower only
  • Grand Landmark Room: 424-498 square feet, floors 48-56, view of Philadelphia landmarks, including Ben Franklin Parkway and art museums, 1 king bed or 2 double beds, most bathrooms have a shower and separate soaking tub
  • Landmark Suite: 616-701 square feet, floors 48-56, view of Philadelphia landmarks, including Ben Franklin Parkway and art museums, 1 king bed, bathroom with a shower and separate soaking tub, some bathrooms with a window
  • Cityscape Suite: 616-701 square feet, floors 53-56, view of downtown high rises, City Hall and the Delaware River, 1 king bed, walk-in closet, bathroom with large shower and freestanding oval tub
  • Landmark Corner Suite: 666 square feet, floors 49-55, corner views of Philadelphia landmarks, including Ben Franklin Parkway and art museums, 1 king bed, bathroom with a shower and separate soaking tub by a window
  • Skyline Corner Suite: 807-810 square feet, floors 49-55, corner views of downtown high rises, City Hall and the Delaware River, 1 king bed, bathroom with floor to ceiling window, shower and separate soaking tub, living room with table for 4
  • Presidential Suite: 2137 square feet, floor 56, two corner views of Philadelphia landmarks, including including Ben Franklin Parkway, art museums and City Hall, master bathroom with shower and separate soaking tub by window, plus guest half bathroom; living room with fireplace and formal dining room with table for 10. May connect with Landmark Suite and Premier Room to form a 3BR Suite.
Cityscape Suite, Four Seasons Philadelphia

Four Seasons Philadelphia Dining

The hotel's flagship restaurant will be Jean-Georges Philadelphia, on the 59th floor, with spectacular views of the city. Vernick Fish will be the eponymous restaurant of Greg Vernick, whose Vernick Food & Drink restaurant in Philadelphia won the James Beard award for Best Chef: Mid-Atlantic in 2017. Chef Vernick previously worked in a number of Jean-Georges restaurants in NYC, making it a natural fit for the Four Seasons Philadelphia to host restaurants of both chefs.

For evening cocktails and casual bites, there's the JG SkyHigh Lobby Lounge on the 60th floor, and for a casual cafe, there's Vernick Coffee Bar, with espresso drinks, pastries, and a full service 40 seat cafe.

Jean-Georges Philadelphia at Four Seasons Philadelphia, Comcast Center

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