New Hotels in Philadelphia

May 19, 2023

It’s an exciting time to stay in Philadelphia with many new hotels and countless others receiving modern renovations. The leaders of these hotels have created hospitable and relaxing environments for guests to feel energized and excited as they explore Philadelphia. Here’s the latest information on new hotels in Philadelphia, as well as those with recent renovations and developments.

With more than 14,400 hotel rooms within a walk of the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia has an extensive assortment of hotel brands. These range from posh, top-of-the-line properties to economy-minded options, that also offer a wide variety of event venues.

New Hotels

Red Lion Inn & Suites

Neighborhood: Washington Square West
Address: 1208 Walnut Street

A 120-year-old Washington Square West building is rebranding as a Red Lion Inn & Suites, a division of Sonesta International Hotels Corp. The building is on the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places and will house 45 guest rooms with basic amenities. It has been home to several different hotels since opening in 1903. After a fire occurred in 2020, the building went through renovations and the hotel is now deemed in “great” condition.

Guild House Hotel

Neighborhood: Center City
Address: 1307 Locust St.

A white bed is to the right, two blue chairs are on either side of a TV on a wooden TV stand in front of the bed, all on a white and blue rug.

Guild House Hotel. Photo by J. Lehman.

Named one of The Best New Hotels in the World in 2022 by Travel + Leisure, the Guild House Hotel is located in downtown Philadelphia. The luxury boutique hotel occupies a Victorian-era rowhouse. This location was once the home of The New Century Guild, one of the nation’s oldest and most prominent women’s empowerment organizations. The hotel features 12 elegant suites inspired by the New Century Guild and designed by Philadelphia-based, woman-owned interior design studio ROHE Creative.

The hotel features amenities from other local woman-owned businesses, including coffee from Sip & Sonder and bath products from Fork & Melon. The hotel’s location is just steps away from Center City’s Washington Square West, Rittenhouse Square, and the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

W Hotel

Neighborhood: Center City
Address: 1439 Chestnut St.

A desk sits behind a bed that faces a window, a green wall is to the left of the desk and bed inside of the hotel room

The Spectacular King room at the W Philadelphia Hotel. Photo courtesy of W Philadelphia.

The W Philadelphia Hotel is an original and vibrant spin on traditional luxury. The 51-story hotel offers 295 rooms and suites with expansive views of Philadelphia. Amenities include a 7,000 square foot outdoor terrace with a year-round heated pool and bar, spa, gym. They also offer 45,000 square feet of event space, which is shared with the Element Philadelphia.

The hotel’s décor draws from Philadelphia’s rich history, dynamic art galleries and eclectic music scene, with an array of art installations and experiences throughout the property, including two large-scale murals at the hotel’s entrance. Specialty cocktails, curated by local mixologist Resa Mueller, are served nightly in the Living Room — with design features influenced by the early 20th century sunken gardens of Fairmount Park — and at W Philadelphia’s all-season WET Deck bar terrace on the 7th floor.

Element Philadelphia

Neighborhood: Center City
Address: 1441 Chestnut St.

Two beds are off to the right facing large windows letting in natural light. Wooden floors are underneath, a wooden desk and two high chairs are next to a TV, a kitchenette is to the left

Rooms at the Element Philadelphia offer stunning views of the Philadelphia skyline and nearby landmarks such as City Hall. Photo courtesy of the Element Philadelphia Hotel.

Element Philadelphia is open along Chestnut Street in the heart of Center City — just a short walk from the Pennsylvania Convention Center and other downtown attractions. The 460-room hotel is the largest Element Hotels property globally and features a range of wellness-inspired amenities geared towards families, groups, and business travelers.

Floor-to-ceiling windows fill the Sky Lobby and Motion Fitness Center with natural light, allowing guests to gather, connect and maintain balance. Guests can also start the day with the complimentary “Rise” breakfast and wind down in the lounge during the “Relax” evening reception serving a complimentary glass of wine or local beer. Element’s Bikes to Borrow program offers custom-designed bikes for visitors looking to explore the city’s biking trails, murals, historic sites, and more.

Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia

Neighborhood: South Philadelphia
Address: 900 Packer Ave.

Architectural interior of the Penthouse Master Bedroom at Live! Casino Hotel Philadelphia, view of south Philadelphia and downtown skyline from window.

Architectural interior of the Penthouse Master Bedroom at Live! Casino Hotel Philadelphia, view of south Philadelphia and downtown skyline from window. Photo courtesy of Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia.

The Live! Casino & Hotel in South Philadelphia’s Stadium District features more than 510,000 square-feet of gaming, hotel, dining, and entertainment all in one space. The venue is located in the Philadelphia Sports Complex, adjacent to Citizens Bank Park, Lincoln Financial Field, Xfinity Live!, and Wells Fargo Center. Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia was recognized by Tripadvisor as a 2022 Travelers’ Choice Best of the Best award winner for the Hottest New Hotel. The hotel is home to more than 200 upscale rooms and approximately 2,700 parking spaces. The building also features food from iconic Philadelphia eateries such as Lorenzo and Sons Pizza, Termini Brothers, and Sang Kee Noodle Bar & Kitchen.

Hyatt Centric Center City Philadelphia

Neighborhood: Center City
Address: 1620 Chancellor St.

An entertainment center is in the middle of the frame, with a TV in the middle. A bed is seen behind it to the right. A colorful carpet with orange diamonds is underneath.

Hyatt Centric guest room. Photo courtesy of the Hyatt Centric Center City Philadelphia.

The Hyatt Centric Center City Philadelphia — the first of Hyatt’s upscale yet homey lifestyle brand to open in Philadelphia — is welcoming guests just steps from Rittenhouse Square and the many shops, cafes, and restaurants that fill the bustling neighborhood. The hotel features 332 stylish guest rooms including 22 spacious suites, with locally inspired art incorporated throughout the building.

The Hyatt Centric also boasts over 5,000 square feet of customizable meeting and event space with a 2,700 square foot ballroom accommodating up to 200 guests. Each of the seven meeting rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art audio/visual technology for modern meetings, with each space named after a different influential or famous Philadelphia native. The 13-story property currently features a fitness center, retail, and underground parking on-site, and a full-service restaurant and bar, Patchwork, which offers comprehensive, amped-up dinner, brunch, and cocktail menus along with a selection of craft beers and a diverse wine list. Visitors can expect a bevy of delicious new dishes made with refreshing, locally sourced, seasonal ingredients.

Canopy by Hilton Philadelphia Center City

Neighborhood: Center City
Address: 1180 Ludlow St.

Stands of lights hang overhead as four people sit on blue chairs spread throughout the outdoor space decorated with large square flower pots with greenery

Photo by J. Soefer courtesy of Canopy by Hilton Philadelphia Center City.

Canopy by Hilton Philadelphia Center City is the first Pennsylvania location of Hilton’s luxury and lifestyle hotel brand. The 236-room property, located at the East Market development in Center City, offers a boutique lifestyle hotel experience, completing a full revival of the historic Stephen Girard building at 12th and Ludlow streets. Amenities include approximately 3,600 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting space, complimentary Canopy Bikes for exploring the city, rooms, and suites with signature Canopy beds, free Wi-Fi, and a 24-hour fitness center.

An extension of the hotel’s patio, East Market’s 10,000 square foot courtyard is a sunlit oasis in Center City complete with swings, café tables and chairs and string lights, providing a year-round space for events and activations. Canopy Philadelphia is participating in the Hilton CleanStay Program, a new program to deliver an industry-defining standard of cleanliness and disinfection in Hilton properties around the world.

Hilton Garden Inn Camden Waterfront

City: Camden, NJ
Address: 1 Penn St.

One window on left shows Philadelphia skyline, window to the right shows the Ben Franklin Bridge. A bed is off to the right of the room, a desk chair is seen to the left.

Hilton Garden Inn Camden Waterfront photo by A. Steinhardt.

The Hilton Garden Inn Camden Waterfront is the first hotel to open in Camden, New Jersey, in more than 50 years. The eight-story property features 180 rooms, with 20 custom-built suites that include a kitchenette. From the guest rooms to the hotel restaurant, visitors can enjoy views of the scenic Philadelphia skyline, Delaware River, and Ben Franklin Bridge. Indoor and outdoor dining is onsite at The Water Street Grill, enhanced with firepits, cozy seating, and unique menus. Other amenities and services include complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the property, a 24-hour business center, and a 1,300-square-foot state-of-the-art fitness center. The hotel includes over 4,100-square-foot of multiuse space, equipped with projection screens, 65-inch smart TVs, and built-in audio-visual equipment, including an executive board room and ballroom. Playing an important role in Camden’s revitalization, the Hilton Garden Inn Camden Waterfront is just steps away from venues like Freedom Mortgage Pavilion, Adventure Aquarium, and the Battleship NJ.

Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Center

Neighborhood: Center City
Address: 1 N 19th St.

A large white bed is off to the left with a large window letting in natural light nearby. A chase lounge sofa is positioned in front of the window and a small chair and table are beside it.

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

Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at the Comcast Technology Center is located between the 48th to 60th floors of the tallest building in Philadelphia, offering sweeping views of the city. With 219 modern guest rooms and 39 suites, the luxury hotel is the perfect venue with more than 15,000 square feet of flexible corporate meeting facilities and event spaces, an infinity pool, a restaurant, and lounge on the top floor with 360 views of the city, and a ground floor restaurant. The Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Technology Center has been accredited with its first AAA Five Diamond Hotel Designation for its commitment to world-class luxury, amenities and indulgence. The Four Seasons also received Forbes’ prestigious five-star ranking for the third year in the row in 2023. The hotel’s fine dining restaurant Jean-Georges Philadelphia was also awarded the prestigious five-star designation

Newly Renovated Hotels in Philadelphia

Philadelphia Marriott Downtown

Neighborhood: Center City
Address: 1201 Market St.

A large ballroom with tables and chairs spread throughout the space. Walls are yellow. Orange curtains hang beside large windows, letting in natural light.

Independence Ballroom at Philadelphia Marriott Downtown. Photo courtesy of Philadelphia Marriott Downtown.

The recently renovated Philadelphia Marriott Downtown underwent major technology upgrades including workstations in public spaces, impressive amounts of Wi-Fi access points, bandwidth, security and infrastructure systems. 55” smart TVs have been installed in all 1,408 guest rooms. The lobby has been fully modernized including a new front desk, seating area, library zone, and the Cirq Lobby Lounge. Multiple technology hubs have been installed, most soft furniture has both portal and plug charging capability.

The hotel’s front drive was also changed to revitalize the entrance. New décor and lighting have been installed on the porte-cochere, a new Marriott logo has been placed above the hotel, and in the garden on ground level. A grab & go marketplace has been added to the lobby.

All 1,408 guest rooms and hallways were fully refashioned and the rooms now feature new ceilings, floors and all new lighting and light fixtures. Guest rooms now have walk-in residential style entrances with polished stone flooring that continue seamlessly from the entrance into the bathroom.Bathrooms were fully reconditioned to include walk-in showers with dual heads (rain as well as hand-held body wand). Beyond the bathroom, the carpeting, wallpaper, ceiling, lighting, and style of the guest room have been fully reinvigorated. New furniture includes beds, seating areas, technology centers, and other upgrades.

During the renovation, the Marriott added and updated new event spaces as well. The Gallery is a hospitality art exhibit that boasts a giant media wall and is available for private events. The Liberty and Independence Ballrooms have been fully restored  yet retain their originality in Victorian, gothic, and theatrical flair. Adding some recreation to their space, the Marriott recently opened Liberty Lanes, a bowling alley and pool hall that can be rented privately to groups of up to 100 people.

Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown

Neighborhood: Center City
Address: 201 N 17th St.

A desk chair on wheels is off to the right in front of a desk, both facing a large window showing the city's skyline. Through a doorway to the left, there is a sitting area with two light blue chairs and a small table in front of them.

Courtesy of Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown.

Philadelphia’s second largest hotel has a new name and significant updates. The reimagined Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown offers more than 60,000 square feet of well-conceived event space and is in walking distance to a number of local attractions. The hotel offers 760 upgraded guestrooms with a contemporary design and panoramic views of Center City. The newly renovated 2,071 square foot fitness center features four Peloton® bikes offering immersive indoor cycling training with live classes and on-demand classes via Peloton Digital®. The completely transformed fitness center offers a variety of cardio and strength-training machines, including the core-strengthening TRX suspension system, along with a full complement of free weights, kettlebells, resistance bands, and medicine balls.

Delta Hotels by Marriott Philadelphia Airport

Neighborhood: South Philadelphia
Address: 500 Stevens Drive

A large white bed with a bright orange pillow on it is off to the right with a nightstand. A chase lounge chair is positioned underneath a large window. A desk and chair is off to the left.

King Guest Room. Photo courtesy of Delta Hotels by Marriott Philadelphia Airport.

Formerly The Renaissance Philadelphia Airport, Delta Hotels by Marriott Philadelphia Airport is located just one mile from Philadelphia International Airport (PHL). During the conversation the hotel updated its 348 guestrooms and suites and 12,000 total square feet of meeting space across more than 15 meeting areas. The hotel is also only a short drive from South Philadelphia’s sports complex, and the museums, attractions, and historic sites found throughout Philadelphia. The hotel’s amenities include 24-hour business and fitness centers, stylish social spaces, and the newly added Market 1643 restaurant and lounge serving lunch, dinner, coffee and more. Guests can also enjoy complimentary shuttle service to and from PHL Airport.

Windsor Suites Philadelphia

Neighborhood: Center City
Address: 1700 Benjamin Franklin Parkway

The sun shines on a balcony overlooking the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul and the city's streets below.

Photo courtesy of Windsor Suites Philadelphia.

Windsor Suites Philadelphia has completed multimillion-dollar renovations to its 24th floor with a rooftop infinity pool, skydeck terrace with heaters and a fire pit, a relocated fitness center, private lounge and eight new suites. Most of the 196-suite rooms in the hotel are connected and can be combined as flexible space to be rented. The hotel also features new penthouse rooms.

Courtyard Philadelphia South at the Navy Yard

Neighborhood: Navy Yard
Address: 1001 Intrepid Ave.

Two yellow lounge seats are around a small table. In the back, there is a bar, fully stocked with bottled drinks in a small open fridge. Tables and chairs fill the space

The recently remodeled Bistro at the Courtyard Philadelphia South at the Navy Yard. Photo by J. Goldman.

The only hotel in South Philadelphia’s Navy Yard complex, the Courtyard Philadelphia South at the Navy Yard has recently completed renovations on several of its public spaces following an increase to its total room count. The hotel’s lobby and Bistro dining areas have introduced improved seating and amenities for guests, such as pod-like booths with their own dedicated TVs, additional outlets, a massive HDTV wall, and more modern design elements throughout the space. The 1,400 square feet of meeting space has also been renovated to better suit a variety of event types and purposes — such as hybrid meetings — with enhanced audiovisual capabilities and technology.

The Notary Hotel, Autograph Collection

Neighborhood: Center City
Address: 21 N Juniper St.

A Tv is placed in the middle of a long counter with drawers underneath to be used as a dresser, a desk chair is to the left. Two beds with white and navy blue accents are against the wall on the right. a large window lets in natural light, showing the city outside.

Photo courtesy of The Notary Hotel.

The Notary Hotel, an Autograph Collection property, is open in the former Philadelphia City Hall Annex. The building, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was formerly the Courtyard by Marriott Philadelphia Downtown and underwent a rebranding and renovation plan of over $20 million. The property now features 499 guest rooms and over 10,000 square feet of conference space throughout 12 event rooms. It is one of many Philadelphia hotels with history, occupying the historic City Hall Annex,

Philadelphia Marriott Old City

Neighborhood: Old City
Address: One Dock St.

An overhead view of the hotel lobby. A lot of natural light is coming in. Four people are sitting on barstools pushed up against an island bar with open counter space. Light fixtures hang down from the ceiling.

Philadelphia Marriott Old City. Photo by K. Huff for PHLCVB.

The Philadelphia Marriott Old City, formerly the Sheraton Society Hill, has been reimagined with distinctive spaces and inventive amenities to create an enhanced guest experience, including a four-story Great room Lobby, modern guest rooms, 4,000 square foot state-of-the-art fitness center, and M Club, the first of its kind in Philadelphia.

The PHLCVB has a dedicated team of meeting professionals ready to partner with you on your next, most successful event. Contact us today! Ready to book your next trip? Submit an RFP.

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