If the hotel's private art collection leaves you wanting more, you're walking distance from the Institute of Contemporary Art & other hotspots.
The reno of this former YMCA left the elegant brick facade & wood floors, but brought in modern touches (like the skylight over the 75-foot central atrium!).
Most hotels claim to have extra-comfy beds, but this one delivers with ultra pillow-topped luxury.
Valet parking $58.35/night.
24-hour fitness center with cardio and weight equipment.
Dogs OK under 40 lbs, no fee.
Room approximately 300 sq ft.
55" flat-screen TV.
Minibar — Coors Light $6, Stoli $7 and Pringles $4.
Bath products by Crabtree and Evelyn.
Drinks served at Le Bar at Amuse, french martini $13.
Amuse serves French cuisine. Main courses $24-40, steak frites $32.
24-hour room service.
What Our Bookers Think
91% Liked It (5,302 Ratings)
Front desk staff isn’t helpful. Mini fridge in room was broken down and in shambles. For this to be a “luxe” hotel was surprised to see it. Otherwise fine and great location. Lobby is active in case you want to hang there for drinks too
Really nice, welcoming staff. Would recommend for sure.
If you stay here at the La Meridien in Philadelphia, make sure to double, triple check your credit card statement after you leave. I got charged for dining in the hotel when I didn’t and after repeated calls to the hotel to get it resolved I’m still waiting to hear back from a manager
2 months ago
Need to Know
Rate displayed is per night, per room. Each room is guaranteed to fit 2 people. Extra guests are at the hotel’s discretion and may be subject to additional fees.