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Iconic Hotel Reinvented And Opens As Philadelphia Marriott Old City

Friday, August 02, 2019
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PHILADELPHIA—The Philadelphia Marriott Old City today announced it now is open and welcoming guests as the city’s newest hotel in a flag-raising ceremony celebrating its conversion from the former Sheraton Philadelphia Society Hill. Operated by PM Hotel Group, one of the nation’s leading hotel management companies, the hotel has completed phase one of a multi-million dollar, total renovation, including the city’s introduction to the new elevated concierge lounge experience, M Club.

“This hotel has been an important member of the community for more than three decades,” said Jeremy Costa, hotel general manager. “Evolving the hotel’s design and service that embraces innovation, an element central to Marriott Hotels brand, will greatly enhance the premium experience for our guests in Philadelphia’s historic district.”

The redesign will take place throughout the entire hotel. Phase one has just completed and includes a total reconfiguration of the lobby to upgrade the guest arrival experience and to create a new, all-day dining experience and stylish bar area, Society Commons. The area features local spirits and brews, as well as a coffee and juice bar. The revitalized lobby area also will include the introduction of the new M Club. In addition, guest rooms have been completely refurbished to further meet guest preferences, featuring upgraded, modern bathrooms.

The final phase of the transformation will cover meeting space. Complementing the market dynamic, the hotel’s design is well-suited to meet the needs of group and catering guests. The hotel’s grand ballroom and meeting space are located conveniently on one floor, surrounded by multiple breakout rooms and three outdoor patios offering a user-friendly and unique experience. The hotel’s outstanding reputation for excellent F&B, customer service and community involvement in the market for 33 years has earned it Top 10 Meeting Planner Satisfaction ratings for North America.

The hotel also is expanding its existing fitness center to 4,000 square feet, offering 24/7 access to guests and creating the premier hotel fitness center experience in Philadelphia.

The Marriott Hotels Greatroom

Guests now arrive into a sleek, modern, redesigned lobby with an impressive four-story atrium and generous communal seating. The space provides a welcoming atmosphere for the guest arrival experience from the moment one enters. Guests can transition seamlessly between social, business, creative and personal activities. Guests can enjoy a handcrafted cocktail and an array of delicious American favorites at Society Commons, the hotel’s on-site restaurant, bar and lounge. Guests also may opt for a cup of freshly brewed coffee at the Coffee Bar.

Experience M Club

Located in the lobby adjacent to the restaurant, the M Club introduces a whole new level of service to the concierge lounge experience. The first of its kind in Philadelphia, M Club provides a private, exclusive space and premier VIP services. Amenities include upscale food, tech-enabled connectivity and comfortable space to work, relax and savor 24/7.

Located at One Dock Street between 2nd and Walnut Streets, the four-story hotel is situated in the heart of America’s most historic neighborhood. The hotel is within walking distance of such landmarks as the Liberty Bell, Benjamin Franklin Court and Betsy Ross House and is a short distance from the city’s Pennsylvania Convention Center. Guest rooms provide workstations with high-speed internet access, as well as luxurious linens and modern amenities. Guests are invited to dine at Society Commons, serving American fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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