PHILADELPHIA—The Loews Philadelphia Hotel, once known as the historic Philadelphia Saving Fund Society building (PSFS), is pleased to announce the completion of its three-month, $14 million guestroom renovation.
“We are thrilled with our extensive rooms remodel, and we know our guests will be as well,” said Ed O’Boyle, director of marking, Loews Philadelphia Hotel. “We take pride in providing our clientele with the best rooms, most stunning views and most memorable hotel stay in the city. Since opening in 2000, we have been committed to retaining the immense historical value of our property and this updated transformation does just that.”
The 581 restyled rooms include increased wifi capabilities, larger work desk areas paired with leather ergonomic guest chairs, and more easily accessible electric outlets. Fresh paint as well as new wall coverings, draperies, duvet covers, lamps, and artwork complete the look. Additionally, the hotel converted existing space into 10 family-friendly parlor suites, each featuring a murphy bed and connecting guestroom for families traveling with children.
Renovated and reopened as the Loews Philadelphia Hotel in April 2000, the former PSFS building is the city’s tallest hotel. Many of the historical features of the former PSFS building remain preserved in the hotel, including the bank’s safe, Cartier clocks, and many pieces of furniture. Today the property features more than 45,000 square feet of meeting space including three ballrooms and 14 conference rooms.