Dawson Design Associates transforms former Four Seasons Philadelphia into The Logan

Hotel development and management company Sage Hospitality is converting the former Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia into The Logan, which will be part of Hilton’s luxury Curio collection. It is named after the Pennsylvania statesman, philosopher, diplomat and scholar James Logan.

Renovation work already started at the 364-room hotel, with the project scheduled for completion in Q3 2015. Dawson Design Associates is transforming the hotel in Philadelphia with an “art-inspired interpretation on modern luxury.”

According to Walter Isenberg, president and CEO of Sage Hospitality, “everything about this transformation is inspired by the city, its people, its magic and grit.”

FREE HOTEL MANAGEMENT NEWSLETTER

Like this story? Subscribe to Hotel Design!

Hospitality professionals turn to Hotel Design as their go-to news source for the latest products, projects, and trends for hotel interior designers and architects. Sign up today to get news and updates delivered to your inbox and read on the go.

Dawson Design Associates’ designs include dramatic deep ocean blues, metal and stone throughout the lobby and first floor. Guestrooms and suites will have newly designed floor to ceiling interiors. Meeting and banquet space, as well as the new ballroom, will also have modern designs.

A new spa and fitness center will be created, as well as a new ballroom for events and an adjacent steakhouse restaurant. Additionally, a rooftop lounge is scheduled to open in Q2 2016.

Located at One Logan Square, The Logan is near to the first botanical garden, zoo and permanent theater in the country, as well as a range of art collections, museums and other attractions, including the Liberty Bell Center and Independence Hall.

Suggested Articles

The new Minister of Tourism for the Republic of Cyprus has key insights into the island's growing appeal.

The Venetian Macao, The Parisian Macao and The Londoner Hotel will all become InterContinental Alliance Resorts.

Millennial and Gen Z travel decisions are colored by influencers and innovation and today’s hoteliers are wrangling both in pursuit of future business.