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Which Philly Luxury Hotel Has the Best View?

December 26, 2013 at 3:26 PM | by | ()

When it comes to the upper echelon of hotels in Philly, there is a common denominator that goes beyond their luxe accommodations and service: Epic views of the city's top landmarks.

Three hotels in particular stand out thanks to their great locations: The Rittenhouse Hotel overlooks Rittenhouse Square (bottom); the Four Seasons Philly provides views of Logan Circle and down the Ben Franklin Parkway to the Art Museum (top); and the Ritz Carlton Philly sits right next to City Hall and the infamous perch of William Penn (center).

We'll be providing a more in-depth look at the renovations going on at the Rittenhouse Hotel tomorrow (as well as its current tribute to Grace Kelly), but in the meantime, we want you to help us settle a debate: Which hotel view do you think is the best? Obviously they are all incredible in their own rights, but all else being equal, which view would you want accompanying your room?

Cast your vote on Facebook, Twitter, or in the comments below.

[Photos: Will McGough for Hotel Chatter/Ritz Carlton/Facebook]

Archived Comments:

HIE Penn's Landing

has a nice view over the Delaware River, made for some nice sunrise/set during my stay there.

Brian via Facebook

Am a bit impartial, but I really like the FS.

Ed via Facebook

I've stayed at the Rittenhouse and found the views (both inside and outside) pretty glorious, but yeah, that Ritz-Carlton view of Philadelphia's Great Folly (aka City Hall) is wonderful. God, the decisions...

The Rittenhouse

Breathtaking views of the park!


Loews' definitely has the best views due to its location, height, and plentiful/large windows.  And now you dont have to stay there to get the best views- they have opened a restaurant on the top floor.