The hotel that previously
housed the Four Seasons Philadelphia has reopened as the Logan
Philadelphia and is part of Hilton Worldwide’s Curio collection.
The Logan Philadelphia, which
received a multimillion-dollar renovation, has 391 guestrooms, including 64
suites that have French doors separating the living and sleeping
areas. Rooms feature local artwork. Guests can dine at the Urban Farmer steakhouse.
The hotel, which is owned by Host Hotels & Resorts and managed by
Sage Hospitality, is located on the city’s Logan Square.
The Four Seasons closed last spring, but the luxury brand is slated to return to Philadelphia in 2017; a Four Seasons hotel will be part of the Comcast Innovation and Technology Center.