Now Open | The Rittenhouse Suites

By Collaborate Staff, October 1, 2013

TheRittenhouse300Five new suites are available at The Rittenhouse in Philadelphia. Located on the AAA Five-Diamond hotel’s third floor, the Park Suites offer a guest-in-residence experience combining design, functionality and comfort. Ranging in size from 450 to 1,330 square feet, the suites have the ability to accommodate up to 25 guests. They feature marble bathrooms, four-poster beds, hand-crafted custom furniture and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Rittenhouse Square. Each suite also includes a kitchen equipped with a minibar, mini refrigerator and microwave; 55-inch flat-screen television; and complimentary high-speed Internet access. The adjoining gallery entry provides a private space with displays of books and artwork pertaining to the history of Philadelphia, chartreuse leather chairs and soft lighting.

In addition to the suites, the hotel’s 8,470 square feet of meeting space offers a variety of atmospheres. Planners can choose from the 4,285-sq.-ft. Grand Ballroom, the 1,414-sq.-ft. boathouse row, or a tea room and garden for more intimate meetings.

 

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