Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia Opens Its Doors to Guests

By Anna Breuer on 12 August 2019
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IMG_1349Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts announced the opening of the new Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Center on Monday.

The new property replaces the original Four Seasons Philadelphia that overlooked Logan Square and closed in June 2015 after 32 years of operation.

“This exceptional new property represents the very best of Four Seasons,” said Christian Clerc, president of worldwide hotel operations at the chain.

The 219-key hotel, which was originally slated to open in 2018, occupies the top 12 floors of the Comcast Technology Center, a 60-story skyscraper that opened in October 2018.  The hotel’s reception area is on the 60th floor as are the sky lobby and the JG SkyHigh cocktail lounge.

Dining options for guests include Jean-Georges Philadelphia, the chef’s first restaurant in the city, located on the 59th floor and Vernick Fish, a seafood restaurant on the ground floor. Jean-Georges, which offers the chef’s signature cuisine, features 40-foot (12-meter) high glass walls to offer diners panoramic views of the City of Brotherly Love.

The Comcast Technology Center is the tallest in Pennsylvania and the tallest in the United States outside of Chicago and New York City.

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