The Rittenhouse hotel enjoys a place of prestige overlooking Rittenhouse Square in downtown Philadelphia. With an array of luxury amenities at their fingertips, travelers will want for nothing in the City of Brotherly Love.
Former incarnations of The Rittenhouse hotel site included a splendid mansion home and an elite private school. Today’s structure was conceived in the 1970s, but still retains touches of its original Beaux-Arts flair.
Generously sized and fitted with modern conveniences, the rooms and suites at The Rittenhouse hotel are a haven for guests. Take in the views over the city skyline or the lush trees of Rittenhouse Square Park from the large windows. Spacious marble baths include a selection of Acqua Di Parma bath amenities and plush bathrobes for wrapping up after a wash. Complimentary wireless Internet access comes standard for every guest, allowing you to keep connected during your Philadelphia travels.
The magnificent suites are among the newest in the city, and come in one- or two-bedroom configurations. Exclusive to the Rittenhouse floor, the two-bedroom Rittenhouse Suite and Chairman Suite are the epitome of luxury in the hotel. Each features separate living and dining spaces in its larger floorplan to make its guests feel right at home while entertaining and relaxing. The Park Suites feature custom furnishings designed specifically for these elite abodes, and the amazing Presidential Suite counts a Baby Grand piano among its many enhancements.
Dine at the Lacroix restaurant, celebrated with a AAA Four Diamond Award and well-known for its creative menu. Bar 210 concocts original cocktails and pours a variety of vintage wines, and the Library Bar fascinates guests with the rare books on its curated shelves. The Mary Cassatt Tea Room offers brews from all over the world during their daily high tea service, perfectly paired with tasty treats.
Guests of The Rittenhouse find themselves in prime position within the heart of the Center City district. Your Ker & Downey guide will help you explore this area of downtown Philadelphia and its eclectic nearby neighborhoods. Venture into the Historic District to see the Liberty Bell and the former stomping grounds of America’s first leaders, welcomed warmly back to The Rittenhouse to recharge.Request Information