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Six large floral arrangements line a tiled area inside of the Four Seasons Hotel. A woman walks in the center, she is dressed in navy blue and has long red hair. There is natural light coming in from the windows and the ceiling. There are chairs off to the right. Off to the left, there are people sitting down at a bar.

Luxurious Philadelphia Itinerary

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Date January 10, 2024

Luxurious Philadelphia Itinerary

Six large floral arrangements line a tiled area inside of the Four Seasons Hotel. A woman walks in the center, she is dressed in navy blue and has long red hair. There is natural light coming in from the windows and the ceiling. There are chairs off to the right. Off to the left, there are people sitting down at a bar.

Those looking for a glamorous experience in Philadelphia will find no shortage of options. Treat yourself to luxury in Philadelphia visit with these high-end offerings.

Day 1


Begin at the Barnes Foundation, where you can admire paintings by Modigliani, Van Gogh, and the world’s largest collection of Renoirs. Take a private, docent-led tour of this soaring, modernist space. Enjoy made-to-order or grab-and-go morning snacks at the on-site restaurant. The Garden Restaurant also offers a delightful brunch that can be enjoyed as you overlook the museum’s garden.

A person stands in a room full of paintings, admiring the artwork.

Book a private, docent-led tour of the Barnes Foundation to explore the galleries prior to public hours. Photo courtesy of Barnes Foundation.

Just a short walk south, shop a mix of local boutiques and luxury names on the streets surrounding Rittenhouse Square. Personal stylists at Boyds and Joan Shepp will help complete your look.


Reserve a table at Parc to be transported for a lunch on the streets of Paris. This chic bistro offers sidewalk seating along one of Philadelphia’s most picturesque parks. Afterwards, explore the quaint residential blocks and grand mansions around Rittenhouse Square. Then keep the French charm flowing with le goûter service at the stylish Sofitel Philadelphia hotel, featuring tea sandwiches, pastries, and a glass of champagne.

Two women are shown walking past tables of people sitting enjoying a meal on the sidewalk outside of Parc. The canopy overhead is maroon with white writing reading Brasserie.

Parc. Photo courtesy of Starr Restaurants.

Book an intimate cruise, either during the day or at sunset, with Sea Philly to view Philadelphia from the water. As you sail along the Delaware and Schuylkill rivers, you can enjoy BYO drinks and snacks. Sea Philly’s other cruise options include a wine tasting featuring wines from Mural City Cellars. This local winery is Philadelphia’s first independently-owned urban winery. Or book a four-hour expedition cruise that includes water toys and a kayak excursion.


Back on dry land, feast on fresh hummus, salatim, and other Israeli-inspired cuisine from James Beard Award-winning Chef Michael Solomonov at Zahav (just be sure to make reservations well in advance). After the sun goes down, seek out tapas, hidden speakeasies, rooftop bars, and other evening activities throughout Philadelphia.

A table full of Mediterranean dishes, including hummus, pita, and various colorful veggies.

Hummus, laffa and salatim at Zahav. Photo by A. Hawkins.

Day 2


Ease into day two with a spa session at one of Philadelphia’s luxurious accommodations, such as The Rittenhouse or Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Center. The latter of which was awarded a AAA Five Diamond Designation and features a stunning infinity pool on the 57th floor of the city’s tallest building.

Behind a beaded curtain, a spa employee arranged towels on luxury spa chair looking out on an expansive view of the city.

Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Center. Photo courtesy of Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Center.


Spend part of the afternoon shopping global brands and local names at the sprawling Fashion District Philadelphia. The shopping center spans three blocks in downtown Philadelphia. Stay at the Fashion District a bit longer and explore the interactive, immersive, and incredibly Insta-worthy art installations at futuristic art gallery, Wonderspaces.

A woman dressed in black is shown walking in a room where there are strands of bright lights hanging as part of an art installation. The lights look like round orbs.

Submergence by Squidsoup at Photo by J. Ryan for the PHLCVB.


Journey into the sky for cocktails and small bites at SkyHigh, the 60th-floor lounge at Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Center. Descend and head to Vetri Cucina in Washington Square West to enjoy a gourmet, four-course meal — including fresh, handmade pasta — inside an intimate dining room helmed by James Beard Award-winning Chef Marc Vetri.

Glam up and end the evening by enjoying magnificent music from The Philadelphia Orchestra under the fresh direction of spirited conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin.

An overhead view of an orchestra playing on stage to a full audience.

The Philadelphia Orchestra at Verizon Hall. Photo by J. Griffin.

Day 3


Skip room service and enjoy a four-star breakfast at the award-winning Lacroix along Rittenhouse Square. Their menu features elevated takes on popular early morning staples. Afterwards, take flight by booking a private helicopter tour for a bird’s-eye view of all downtown attractions.

Wrap up your fashionista getaway with a stroll through Manayunk’s funky Main Street. The shops include small-chic boutiques, galleries, and owner-operated retail, including Nicole Miller — a Philadelphia fashion landmark.


Immerse yourself in Philadelphia’s sports culture at a live sporting event. Secure premium seating at Citizens Bank Park or Lincoln Financial Field. Or watch the action from the Center City Club at the Wells Fargo Center and cheer on your favorite team in comfort and style while feasting on endless buffets.

A modern room full of seating and red and purple lighting.

The Center City Club is one of the newer premium seating options available for Flyers games at the Wells Fargo Center and includes center ice seats and access to the club restaurant and lounge (pictured here). Photo courtesy of Comcast Spectacor.

Take a breather with some of our brightest minds in University City. Home to the University of Pennsylvania, this neighborhood is an enclave of boutique shopping, coffee shop open mics, and cocktail venues.


Who said cheesesteaks can’t be luxurious? Enjoy dinner at Barclay Prime near Rittenhouse Square, whose sophisticated take on the iconic sandwich includes wagyu ribeye, foie gras, and truffled cheese whiz (served with a bottle of champagne).

End your Philadelphia adventure with a live performance at The Met Philadelphia. Whether you’re in the mood for comedy or a concert, enjoy it in this recently restored historic opera house. Premium seating gets you access to the upscale Grand Salle lounge.

Purple and white lights light up the stage inside of an indoor music venue called The Met. Audience members are shown standing facing the stage.

View from Grand Salle Box Seating. Photo courtesy of The Met Philadelphia.