TRAVEL - EDITORIAL
Friday, June 7, 2019
The Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia Located at Comcast Technology Center
TRAVEL - EDITORIAL
by Melisa Kaya
Designed by Norman Foster, the new Comcast Technology Center changed Philadelphia's skyline. The new skyscraper, built next to the sister building Comcast Center which was the tallest building in the city, is now the tallest building in Philadelphia with 1,121 foot (342 meters) of height.
Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia welcomes its guests from the 48th to 60th floors of the Comcast Technology Center. It has a total of 219 rooms, 39 of which are suites, equipped with the latest technology. The advantage of partnering with Comcast is the award-winning X1 Video Experience in all rooms. The extensive portfolio of nearly 300 channels and more than 50,000 movies and shows are easy to access via voice remote control.
On the 59th floor, you can find the Jean-Georges Philadelphia, the new restaurant of Michelin-starred Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Twelve meters high glass walls make it possible to enjoy the city view. You can also experience modern American cuisine at Vernick Fish, managing by award-winning chef Greg Vernick. In the second floor lobby of the Comcast Technology Center, there is the Vernick Coffee Bar, which is also operated by Chef Vernick.
The 57th floor of the Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia is fully prepared as wellness and spa. The Spa features a lifestyle boutique, a fitness center with fitness guru Harley Pasternak as a consultant, and an endless indoor pool.
Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia will be the city's new attraction for couples wishing to organize their weddings. With flexible spaces that offer an area of more than 1400 square meters, where meetings, conferences, or wedding events can be organized, the new hotel will host many events.
With its location, service approach, and the grandeur of the building that hosts it, The Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia will ensure that guests enjoy a completely different Philadelphia experience.