I've worked at the Four Seasons in Philadelphia since it was located at Philadelphia's Logan Circle. Now that it's in the gorgeous new Comcast Center it's an even more spectacular venue.
There are almost too many things to mention when it comes to discussing how flawless this event space is. Here are just a few of my favorite things:
I absolutely love how you enter the lobby on the 1,121-foot building's 60th floor. I was immediately greeted by the mirrored decor, massive floor-to-ceiling windows, and an expansive view of the Philadelphia skyline from all angles!
With the style that the Four Seasons brand is known for, the rooms also do not disappoint. There are 219 rooms, 39 of which are expansive suites. I pretty much want to vacation here and stay in ALL of them. The Premier Landmark Rooms boast stunning views of Boathouse Row, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the entire museum district. If you want to look towards South Philly and the Delaware River, stay in any of the Grand Cityscape Rooms. But the best of the best? The Skyline Corner Suites with their insane views! I love how the windows come together at the edge of the room to create a dizzying viewpoint of the city.
The ceremony spaces do not disappoint. You have many options depending on guest count, and all reflect the high standards and services that the Four Seasons Philadelphia has long been known for.
The multiple reception spaces are all just extraordinary. You have room to breathe, no matter what your guest count is. I was really impressed by how excellently it was lit, the calm elegance of the empty space before the decor arrived, and the possibilities that are simply endless on such gorgeous blank canvases.
If you're planning a wedding, event, mitzvah, or party at the Four Seasons in Philadelphia I'd love to speak with you. Please reach out at any time!Filename: philadelphia-four-seasons-comcast-wedding.JPG. 1/125; f/2.8; ISO 500; 16.0 mm.