This 1920's former bank building is a fantastic building for an upscale hotel. The marble in the hallways and lobby is stunning. I also love the original clocks, the vault, and the old pictures. It gives you an idea how the people lived and worked in the 20's. We had a grand corner king room and the view was absolutely incredible! I did not want to leave the room, exepcially at night! The bedding is comfortable, the decor is modern, and the bathroom is spacious. The guy who checked us in was very nice and even let us check in a few hours early. Great location, just two blocks from Reading Terminal Market and near to many historical sights. Lots of restaurants and bars nearby. This is the place to stay in dowtown Philly!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The first skyscraper ever built in the City of Brotherly Love is home to Loews Philadelphia Hotel. Contemporary decor and gracious hospitality make Loews Philadelphia one of Center City's most inviting luxury hotels, recognized as one of the "World's Best" by Travel + Leisure readers. The supremely comfortable 581 guest rooms include 12 suites and 54 concierge club rooms, all of which are luxuriously appointed and are furnished to suit the needs of both families and business travelers Located in the heart of the city with the famous PSFS sign still illuminating the Philadelphia skyline, Loews Philadelphia Hotel is perfectly situated so you can take advantage of everything this city has to offer. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Philadelphia Loews
- Lowes Philadelphia
- Loews Hotel Philadelphia