The Logan, the long-anticipated hotel revival of the former Four Seasons, officially opens its doors tomorrow, December 16. But Curbed Philly had the chance to check out the luxurious digs today as construction crews and hotel and restaurant staff continued installing last-minute touches to what's been described as "an energetic environment with a hint of attitude." The hotel houses 391 rooms—64 of them are suites that feature marble bathrooms and French doors that separate the bedroom from the living area. We toured a premiere guest room—all rooms are 400 sq ft—that boasted impressive views of the parkway, a 42-inch HDTV, and local artwork on the walls.
In fact, the hotel features an impressive collection of 1,800 pieces of local art that serve as focal points throughout the building. One stunning piece is the chandelier installation in the lobby called the Philadelphia Elite Silhouettes, which features more than 300 images of famous Philadelphians and was curated with help from the Philadelphia Historical Society.
The Logan also offers a six-room spa (which won't be open tomorrow), an indoor heated pool, locker rooms, and a 24-hour gym that's spacious enough that it doesn't feel like you're working out in a dungeon. In fact, the gym will soon offer memberships for Philly residents. Another nice touch: Every guest room comes with a grayRocky-inspired robe.
The restaurant, Urban Farmer, will be Sage Restaurant Group's third farm-driven steakhouse. For more on the menu, check out Eater Philly's writeup.
The Curio-A Collection by Hilton hotel underwent a multi-million dollar renovation that was designed by BLT Architects and Dawson Design Associates, in partnership with Sage Hospitality and Host Hotels.
·The Logan Hotel [Official]