Historic Charm Pairs Seamlessly with Modern Elegance at this Iconic Luxury Hotel in Downtown Philadelphia
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Nestled in the heart of downtown Philadelphia, PA, The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia provides hotel guests with hints of historic elegance infused with cutting-edge technology and luxury amenities. Host one-of-a-kind events in the bank’s former vault and savor Latin-fusion cuisine while surrounded by the towering marble columns. Rooms and suites feature sophisticated décor, high ceilings and large windows that look out over Philadelphia, designed to capture the best of the modern city and the hotel’s historic home. The Luxury Suites offer expansive residential-inspired layouts, exclusive amenities and Club Lounge access. There are restaurants with a flair for romance, the perfect ambience to close a business deal and imaginatively crafted cuisine to make a night out with friends an evening to savor. Aqimero offers all of this in the heart of Philadelphia. Treat yourself to a transformative spa day in Philadelphia. Rooted in the Balinese reverence for the Earth and those who inhabit it, the hotel’s Richel D’Ambra Spa & Salon blends physical healing and beauty with inner well-being. The story of The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia began in 2000, but the hotel’s building has a history that goes back more than 100 years. Originally built as the home of The Girard Trust Company between 1904 and 1908, the former bank building features an eight-story tower, rotunda and neoclassical style reflective of the era. Today, the hotel blends its classic charm with contemporary style and is a Historic District highlight. Located moments from Rittenhouse Row, Market Street and the Philadelphia Art Museum.