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The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia

Ten Avenue of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA 19102

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The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia - Hotel Reviews from across the web

No title - expert review
Five grand marble columns flank the staircase entryway of Philly's Ritz-Carlton, making for an even grander entrance than other Ritz's. Thank its history: The domed, Pantheon-style entryway and lobby was built in 1908 with 9,000 tons of Georgian marble for the Girard Trust Company. And since its ope...

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The Ritz-Carlton, which opened in 2000, is the jewel of the Avenue of the Arts, set in a 1908 domed bank designed by McKim, Mead, and White, and an adjacent 30-story marble-clad neighboring building. The tower has been converted into the hotel rooms, and the soaring 140-foot-high lobby is a domed ro...

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Visitors are inevitably stunned by the architectural splendor found both inside and out of the Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia. With an ideal location right in Center City, its guest rooms and suites dominate a thirty-story tower (book a view from the top overlooking Independence Hall just across the stre...

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Located in a spectacular historic landmark building, The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia offers the gracious ambiance of the past coupled with the comfort of the present. The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia is in the center of Center City, just steps from acclaimed cultural venues, fine shopping and the busin...

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Ritz Carlton and urban renewal may not be phrases that often occur terribly close together. Here in Philadelphia, though, an abandoned neoclassical bank building and a neighboring Thirties marble office tower have been renovated, converted after a decade left vacant into what has to be one of the Ri...

Luxury Hotel??!?! - user review
The worst! Awful service! Gym looks like a YMCA rec room with old, outdated equipment. One night, I saw a staff member taking a nap on an equipment in the dark! Frightening. It was always about 90 degrees in there, and you can't work out for long before feeling like fainting. They turned off the hot...

Just what the doctor ordered - user review
What a relaxing weekend we all had in Philadelphia. First this great hotel pampered us with its ambiance, then our trip to Heaven Spa was glorious,and to top it off a fabulous meal at The...

Not the BEST of the RITZ - user review
I have stayed at the RC in Philadelphia 2 times over the past year. My last trip happened to be during the holidays. Upon my arrival, the check in staff was very pleasant and courteous handing me a nice warm washcloth for my ...

Banking on Philadelphia, the Ritz Carlton Philadelphia - user review
Philadelphia has a knack for taking old banks and converting into luxury hotels. First the old PSFS building became the Loews Philadelphia. Now, the old Girard Bank and Trust building across from the Second Emp...

Best hotel in Philadelphia - user review
Excellent service and decor. Definitely deserves the 5 star rating it has garnered. Traveler's tip on saving a few bucks.Eat at the cart vendors on the side of the road. The best cheeseste...

In the middle of everything! - user review
Great location! From 26th floor had great views of City Hall and North Philadelphia. Right in between Rittenhouse Square and Independence Hall 3 blocks to Kimmel Center and Academy Of Music. Beautiful corner room. Enormous bathroom and very comfortable beds as always. Staff in hotel busy with Conven...

Very nice, but... - user review
The hotel is stunning. The room was small and alittle worn. The bathroom was nice. The rugs were also alttle worn and one of the lights did not work. The hotel is in a great location. For the price, I might try a...

Excellent service and friendly staff - user review
We went for the weekend to celebrate my husbands birthday and starting with the first glass of champagne brought to us at check in we had a wonderful time. The staff was FABULOUS!!! They brought doggie gift packages up for our 2 Yorkies that were with us and brought my husband a complimentary bottle...

Not so Ritzy - user review
I stayed there last week over the holidays with my family. The Lobby was nice. The service was not. The bathrooms were not done. One day I returned to an undone room. The maid had not completed the room. The waiters at the grill were not knowlegeable about afternoon tea. The rooms were tiny and unke...

A lovely hotel!! - user review
We stayed here last weekend through a Philadelphia promotion that gives you a better rate for 2 nights. We paid $419 for 2 nights for a deluxe room ( king bed) but were upgraded to a superior room ( queen bed with sitting room and bathtub ). The room was not large but spacious enough and the sitting...

OK- But not a special experience - user review
I have recently stayed at the Philadelphia Ritz on two separate occasions for business. The experience was fine both times but definitely not anything extra special like you might ex...

extremely well done - user review
I was very impressed with this property. The facilities were very nice, and the service was superb.The property is across the street from city hall, in a beautiful old building. T...

Two ghastly experiences - user review
Last February we stayed at the Ritz-Carlton for our anniversary. We paid top dollar, and were given a room that was large but had practically no furniture and was next to the elevator. W...

A Stunner - user review
My fiance and I think the rotunda lobby of this hotel is breathtaking. We enjoy stopping in for drinks and a snack under the dome whenever we visit Philly. The soaring columns and mo...

Just not worth it - user review
Our trip was progressing smoothly until we arrived at the front door of the Ritz Carlton where no one offered to help us with our bags and no one offered to open the two sets of entran...

Great hotel - amazing architecture - relaxing rooms. - user review
Received a free night at a Ritz Carlton and the only location available was the Philly location. We were a little apprehensive at first because the mix of reviews but were very pleas...

One of Philadelphia's Finest - user review
Ritz-Carlton has once again exceeded our expectations, with their truly outstanding Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia property.Contrary to several reviews on this site, we were pleasantly surp...

Nice, but not special - user review
Stayed for one night during a business trip in late February. As should be expected at a very expensive luxury hotel, the service was prompt and professional. At check-in, I was quickly up...

Phantastic in Philly - user review
This is a beautiful property right on the square of City Hall within walking distance to many Philadephia attractions. Our stay was great- comforatable beds, great bathrooms with bi...

incredible weekend stay at the Ritz! - user review
This stay was a one night only trip with my significant other and it was absolutely wonderful. we got the club exclusive package (total to 523.00 with taxes) and couldn't have ask for a...

Great place to stay. - user review
The Ritz is top of the line in my book. Customer service is very good. The Location is very nice especially since this used to be a bank. The room...

The Finest in the World - user review
This hotel I have stayed at too numerous times. It is without a doubt the most fabulous hotel I have ever had the pleasure of staying in. I have been there for many different seas...

Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA | Yelp
The other thing that I thought was so in keeping with the Ritz- is that one of the amenities that you can experience is your very own "butler drawn bath". I wanted to have one just so I could say I did! Not only do they have one of these- but there is a menu of 4-5 different versions- ever...

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