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Be inspired when you take a short walk up a flight of wide marble stairs through massive doors that open to a spectacular main rotunda hidden from the outside world. The grandiose scale and elegance whispers to you of an era graciously preserved. The skylight four stories above adds to the ambiance and warmth. The bustling noises of Broad Street are replaced by the hushed tones of jazz played on a grand piano and echoing off marble and polished granite. The rooms are located in a new building behind the old rotunda building, which affords an excellent view east and west.
Originally the headquarters of the Pennsylvania Savings Fund Society (PSFS), this fantastic hotel boasts comfortable rooms, wonderful service, chic yet historic decor, fully wired rooms for business travelers, and packages for romantic weekend getaways. A red neon sign atop that says PSFS, marks the skyline as a historically significant landmark and the best of early 20th Century design and architecture. Since it's located across the street from the Pennsylvania Convention Center, advance reservations are recommended.
Built in 1903 as a carriage house for Alfred C. Harrison, Rittenhouse 1715 is today a luxurious boutique hotel that effortlessly blends modern amenities with old-time charm. Furnished in a classic style reminiscent of luxurious early 20th-century homes, the hotel exudes a quiet charm and an air of comfort and opulence. With service that would befit a king, the staff at Rittenhouse 1715 ensure that each guest is treated with the utmost respect and genuine hospitality. Every morning, the cafe serves up a delicious and heart-warmingly sumptuous continental and a la carte breakfast, while drinks are served in the drawing room between 5:30p and 7p daily, allowing guests time to relax and interact with other guests. The hotel also offers its guests the option to book special packages to complement their stay at the hotel, to mark a special occasion, or to simply enhance their stay. While the hotel itself cannot boast a parking space, there are a number of parking lots located at a convenient distance. Further, the hotel is located within easy reach of a number of local attractions, such as Rittenhouse Square, City Hall, Love Park and Ritenhouse Row.
Opened in 1989, a consistent winner of the AAA Five-Diamond Award, the Rittenhouse offers posh accommodations conducive to the needs of business travelers and tourists. Many distinguished meetings and conferences rely on the hotel's business center and in-house audio-visual department. The lavish guestrooms measure 450-600 square feet and are splendidly designed with rich mahogany furnishings and plush fabrics. Each room has a wonderful view of Rittenhouse Square or the city skyline.