Located on the 30th floor, the hotel’s Club Lounge overlooks downtown Philadelphia and offers exclusive amenities and services.
Views of Philadelphia skyline
View iconic City Hall and the Philadelphia skyline from your suite.
Exterior Hotel View at Night
The hotel’s striking architecture blends beautifully with its neighbors in Philadelphia’s city center.
Presidential Suite Living Room
The hotel’s Presidential Suite features a Philadelphia view, spacious living and dining spaces and an additional powder room.
The Adjoining Tower
The adjoining tower, also designed by McKim, Mead and White, was added in 1923, and was originally eight stories high. In 1931, the tower was wrapped in steel and marble to reach a height of thirty stories. This building housed The Girard Trust bank offices and board rooms. What today is The Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge was formerly the Executive Board Room of Girard Trust. The brass clock and original lighting fixtures still remain, as does the original carved wood paneling. This paneling is made out of French walnut, a wood that is now extinct.
In addition to The Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge, the adjoining tower is home to all 301 newly renovated guest rooms and suites, including the opulent Ritz-Carlton Suite featuring two bedrooms, two and half bathrooms, a personal elevator, full kitchen, washer and dryer and spacious living and dining areas.