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Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia

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5 out of 5 stars
The Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia
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5 out of 5 stars

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Nothing says luxury like a stay at the Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia. Originally built in 1904 as The Girard Trust Company, the building transitioned from a bank to a hotel at the turn of the century and opened as the Ritz-Carlton in 2000. The 299 guest rooms and suites all boast views of either the city or historic City Hall and were all meticulously redesigned and renovated using a color and textile palette inspired by modern currency as a nod to the building’s banking history. Located on the Avenue of the Arts, the hotel also features an impressive collection of art, which is displayed throughout the premise.

By: Robin Fradkin Matthews



Address: 10 Avenue of the Arts
Cross street: between Chestnut St and S Penn Sq
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