There are a vast number of options for meeting planners seeking off-site reception venues in Philadelphia. With its 270-degree view of the striking Philadelphia skyline, Top of The Tower is a top contender. Located 50 stories (over 600 feet) above Philadelphia, in the city’s fifth-tallest building, there is nothing as elegant as the 50th and 51st floors of Three Logan Square. It boasts five meetings rooms, all with up-to-date audiovisual capabilities, each one with its own unique feel and view of the city.
The Trumbauer Room
At 35 x 37 feet and room for 20 to 70 people The Trumbauer is perfect for smaller groups. In this room you get spectacular views of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway capturing the Philadelphia Art Museum. This room is often used as a breakout room for events held on the 50 floor.
The Notman Room
This room provides another breathtaking view of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge and City Hall. The Notman Room is only slightly smaller than The Trumbauer Room but features the same amenities which include a rear view projection system and a built in sound system.
Boathouse Row and 30th Street Station are just two of the incredible views you’ll get from The Vista. This room features floor to ceiling windows on three sides and measures in at 60×50 feet. Some of the facilities include a 16×20 inch ceiling mounted screen, modern projection equipment and space for up to 300 people.
Boasting views to the north and east, it’s easy to see why The Observatory is Top of the Tower’s most popular room for luncheons and receptions. This room is two-tiered which makes it the perfect spot for corporate sessions. From this room you can see the Comcast Center, The Walt Whitman and Benjamin Franklin bridges, and the Adventure Aquarium. Amenities include motorized shades and modern AV projectors and sound.
The Grand Hallway
Running 110 feet along the north face of the tower, The Grand Hallway is teeming with windows and stunning views. This space can be used for registration, welcome desks or as food and beverage stations for The Observatory and The Vista Room.
Learn more about Top of the Tower by visiting www.topofthetower.com