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Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia

1 Logan sq, Philadelphia, PA 19103

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Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
$ 335
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Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia - Hotel Reviews from across the web

No title - expert review
On the outskirts of the finance district, this landmark is within walking distance of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the department stores along Walnut Street. Furnishings are in the formal Federal style - just right for Philadelphia. The staff indulges you (with in-room exercise equipment and n...

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The broad Benjamin Franklin Parkway, modeled after the sweeping avenues of Paris, is lined with Philadelphia's proudest institutions: The Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Franklin Institute, the upcoming Barnes Museum…and the Four Seasons Hotel. It's decidedly a formal urban hotel, but with fre...

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It was rated the best hotel in Philly in the 2003 Zagat Guide, has earned five diamonds from AAA, and been named one of the top 20 U.S. hotels in Condé Nast Traveler: the Four Seasons' luxury is refined and understated. Built in 1983, the Four Seasons is an eight-story curlicue on Logan Squar...

No title - expert review
From the moment you enter the lobby, lingering for a moment in front of the fountain before moving onto the front desk, your penchant for unadulterated luxury is indulged. This eight-story sanctuary has refined the urban oasis mantra, from the plush robes found in each of the rooms to the renowned f...

No title - expert review
Philadelphia's first choice for business or pleasure, Four Seasons is elegance itself, furnished in faithful reproductions of the handsome Federal period - close to the financial and commercial districts yet surrounded by museums, shopping and history at One Logan Square. Dedicated to continuous inn...

No title - expert review
The Four Seasons in Philadelphia is everything that you d expect from a grand dame hotel in a most aesthetically pleasing city center. Two bellhops to help you out of your car, a carved granite facade, a rose marble lobby with flowers, flowers, flowers, and rooms in true blue blooded Philadelphia tr...

SUPER - user review
Loved this hotel and the staff.The room was lovely and the services superb.The pool is very relaxing and the location i...

oil slathered massage - user review
The Four Seasons is known for their impeccable service and fabulous restaurant. However, their spa is miles behind.The massage was over $100 and not even an hour session. The person giving the massage had long finger nails that I could feel against my back. I had so much oil in my hair and in my ear...

Luxury has its price - user review
Last October my husband and I as well as our two kids stayed at a suite at the Four Seasons. We had never stayed at such a fancy hotel and especially the kids were full of expectations. We had a special weekend rate of 360.00; th...

The Four Seasons Philadelphia.......Where Am I? - user review
While there is no doubt that the Four Seasons is still one of Philadelphia's best hotels, I recommend it only to those who might not mind not knowing if they are in Cleveland or Calcutta. The hotel offers top notch ser...

For All Seasons - user review
This was another Four Seasons winner. How do they do it Every FS we've ever stayed at has been beyond compare. This was no different ... from the 5 star location, to the doormen who remember your name, to the concierge who'll take care of any wish, to the room itself. Food was not quite up to my exp...

Superb service, always improving - user review
I have stayed at this Four Seasons over the years. It is such a pleasure to keep returning to a hote that gets better all the time. The rooms have all been recently refurbished, and a...

Fantastic! - user review
I stayed at the Four Seasons, Philadelphia for a weekend in early Feb 2007. The room was clean, bright and very comfortable. The food (we only ate breakfast there) was delicious and...

My first Four Seasons - user review
I stayed in this hotel after our plane made an emergency landing in Philly. This was the one place with rooms available in the city. Probably because it was the priciest. But $395 is rea...

Room Service needs work - user review
My husband and I just stayed here for his birthday weekend. The weather was horrible on Friday night, so we stayed in and ordered room service. We were told 30 minutes until it would be del...

Lovely hotel - user review
My husband and I stayed at the Four Season's last year for his birthday. The hotel was easy to get to and check in was a breeze. We had a standard room which was on the small side but we ...

Fit for a King (Tut package) - user review
Stayed here last weekend with their King Tut package - which got us VIP tickets to the museum, allowing us to completely skip the hours-long line. Hotel was excellent in every way. We pre-...

Well impressive and posh - user review
This was a very beautiful hotel. Rooms were very comfortable and even though it is next to a major junction, the room was adequately soundproofed. The standard is what you expect of a fou...

Great Value for Amenities - user review
We were treated like royalty here. The rooms are small, but well appointed. Had our small child in tow and the staff made every effort to accomodate, even providing a rollaway bed-ju...

Check-in STILL a problem and a few minor complaints - user review
Well, they still haven't improved their check-in policy. I arrived at 1:30 and was hoping to check in a bit early, as I had a conference paper to give at 3:30 7 blocks away. I was told the r...

Wonderful Hotel- a true Gem - user review
Wonderful hotel.....booked an exexcutive suite online- we were upgraded to a huge Liberty suite- two full baths, giant living room, beautiful dining room, kichenette, huge bedroom.....Three...

SWEET - user review
I LUV THIS HOTEL!!! u have a great service and the food is good ur beds are comfy i would love to live in this hotel i dont see how u can stand working there w/o ...

Terrific! - user review
As a surprise for our anniversary, my boyfriend booked a night at the Four Seasons and a day at the Philly Museum. The four Seasons was wonderful. The room service breakfast wa...

Mobil Travel Guide: Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia PA
In addition to 24-hour room service, the hotel offers the Mobil Three-Star Fountain Restaurant, a venue that has long defined elegant fine dining in that city, or for that matter, any other. The restaurants tasteful, perfect lighting and floor-to-ceiling windows offering sweeping views of the Swann...

Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia - Philadelphia, PA, USA - Superb Photos, Independent Review and Exclusive Online Specials
But couldn’t it be a trifle dull? Don’t despair. As long as you like to eat, you won’t be bored. The Four Seasons, grand as the lobby and the rooms upstairs may be, is a hotel for foodies—or in the words of its chef, Jean-Marie Lacroix, “a restaurant with rooms on top.” Everyone agrees t...

Four Seasons Hotel, Philadelphia - Philadelphia, PA, 19103 - Citysearch
When traveling to Philly, please save your money and take a pass at this over-hyped sub-par hotel. We have stayed at many Four Seasons all over the world and believe me, this one does not deserve the name! At every turn, practically they never failed to disappoint - from the clueless front desk peop...

Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia
But couldn’t it be a trifle dull? Don’t despair. As long as you like to eat, you won’t be bored. The Four Seasons, grand as the lobby and the rooms upstairs may be, is a hotel for foodies—or in the words of its chef, Jean-Marie Lacroix, “a restaurant with rooms on top.” Everyone agrees t...

Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia Philadelphia Overview - Yahoo! Travel Guide UK
Established in 1983, the Four Seasons Hotel stands at Logan's Square, the hub of the city's commercial and cultural district. Offering lovely views of the Art Museum and Schukyull River, the Four Seasons prides itself on extending every service and amenity to its guests. Lower level rooms offer a vi...

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