The expansive living room in the Executive Suite at The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia.
The Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge
This delightful oasis on the 30th floor is often referred to as a hotel within a hotel, where a dedicated concierge attends to individual needs in a well-appointed, relaxed lounge environment.
THE COLOR OF MONEY, A CELEBRATION OF ARTS
The new design tells a story through neutral colors, textures and materials of money and currency, with pops of metallic and bronze and brings a fresh and sophisticated feel to the hotel.
GUEST ROOMS & SUITES
The new guest room design features distinct spaces for work and relaxation with luxurious fabrics in a welcoming neutral color palate. Punctuations of green and blue along with notes of bronze and nickel layer a contemporary polish to the space. The Penthouse Suite and Presidential Suite designs are inspired by the varied colorations of currency and usher in a new touchstone of modern luxury.
MEETING AND EVENT SPACE Meeting spaces have been updated to reflect a seamless transition of neutral colors through each function room, with a nod to history through historic motifs from the building in the furniture details, with an updated clean aesthetic.
LOBBY, RESTAURANT & LOUNGE
The food scene in Philadelphia heated up a notch when Richard Sandoval’s newest venture, Aqimero, opened in summer 2016 at The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia. A wood-burning grill is the centerpiece of the new restaurant, and a small plates menu focuses on sustainable seafood, steaks, ribs and poultry. The 206-seat restaurant is located in the landmark property’s marble lobby, and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.