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Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia

Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This luxury hotel won't surprise anyone used to the elegance of a Four Seasons -- opulent decor, outstanding service, and a central location make it popular for business guests with an expense account, as well as leisure guests looking to stay in the lap of luxury. Meanwhile, locals are attracted to the top-rated Fountain Restaurant (reservations are necessary). There are 364 rooms in total, including 96 suites -- many with balconies overlooking Logan Square. Amenities include everything from wedding and business space, a fitness center, a pool, and a spa. The only disappointment here is the fee for Wi-Fi, which should be included in the room rate for such a high-end hotel.
The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia

The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Ritz is housed in a stunning 1904 bank building designed after the Pantheon, and its grand rotunda lobby delivers serious "wow" factor. The terrific restaurant from celebrity chef Eric Ripert is also a highlight. But the large, bright rooms aren't as stylish or impressive as the public spaces.
The Rittenhouse

The Rittenhouse Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This 116-room luxury property has a prime location in the downtown area of Center City overlooking Rittenhouse Square. Its spacious rooms and suites have traditional furniture and modern amenities like iPod docks, though not all rooms have coffeemakers. The indoor pool and gorgeous spa are highlights, and the latter features a salon and sauna. The renowned fine dining at Lacroix, and afternoon tea at the Mary Cassatt Tea Room, are popular among guests. Although valet parking is pricey and breakfast isn't free, the hotel is among Philadelphia's most luxurious options. For a luxury property near tourist attractions, only the Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia can compete.
Sofitel Philadelphia

Sofitel Philadelphia Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The most notable feature at this elegant Sofitel near Rittenhouse Square Park is the sleek restaurant and lounge, Liberte. Light wood details and plush white beds make the rooms refined and comfortable, but they lack the striking boutique style of the Palomar across the street.
Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn's Landing

Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn's Landing Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Hyatt Regency is an upper-middle-range hotel located on the waterfront, within walking distance of the Old City’s historic areas. Its extensive meeting space, on-site restaurant and contemporary rooms make it a solid pick for business travelers. But features such as an indoor pool, free use of cribs, a family-friendly program, and a location adjacent to the Independence Seaport Museum draw travelers with kids as well.
Hotel Palomar Philadelphia

Hotel Palomar Philadelphia Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 230-room Palomar near Rittenhouse Square Park is one of the city's chicest boutiques, with bold, sleek style, excellent service, and contemporary rooms with plush, comfortable beds. The Palomar delivers the Kimpton chain's typical thoughtful extras -- an open-arms pet policy, a hopping nightly wine hour, free morning coffee and tea -- and the location on South 17th street is near some of the city's best restaurants, bars, and shopping. In Philadelphia, only Le Meridien offers a comparable boutique experience.
Radisson Blu Warwick Hotel Philadelphia

Radisson Blu Warwick Hotel Philadelphia Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A top option in Philadelphia, the Radisson Blu resides in a historic building -- but the overall vibe is supremely modern, from the lobby with bright furniture, funky lighting, and script along the walls, to the rooms with massive flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and leather furniture. Unlike the pricier Rittenhouse and the similarly-priced Hyatt Regency, it does not have a pool -- but there's a well-equipped fitness center and a cute coffee bar on-site.
Loews Philadelphia Hotel

Loews Philadelphia Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upper-middle-range hotel in Center City has a convenient location down the street from the Pennsylvania Convention Center, and an impressive fitness facility with a lovely (but small) indoor lap pool. Rooms are comfortable, but nothing special; it's worth comparing rates with the snazzier Le Meridien.
Le Meridien Philadelphia

Le Meridien Philadelphia Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Le Meridien is one of the most stylish hotels in Center City, with a striking combination of historical and modern design. Only the Hotel Palomar offers the same level of luxury boutique experience. But it's not quite perfect: Some rooms face an interior atrium and lack privacy.
Philadelphia Marriott Downtown

Philadelphia Marriott Downtown Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The colossal Philadelphia Marriott Downtown takes up an entire block near City Hall. The convenient, centrally located hotel is connected via skywalk to the Pennsylvania Convention Center and offers a total of 1332 rooms and 76 suites along with newly renovated meeting spaces. Rooms are contemporary with flat-screen TVs, large desks with ergonomic chairs, and fluffy duvets -- but there is a pesky daily fee for Wi-Fi. Additional hotel perks include an indoor pool and modern fitness center. The spacious lobby has a Starbucks, laptop-friendly seating areas, and one main restaurant, called 13. While there are steep prices for parking and on-site restaurant options are limited for a hotel of this size, a central location is excellent for walking to nearby restaurants and historical attractions.


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