Hilton Garden Inn Philadelphia Center City renovates 10th floor meeting space, Garden Grille & Bar

The renovation is said to give the hotel a more modern, contemporary look.

The Hilton Garden Inn Philadelphia Center City has completed renovations to the property’s 10th floor meeting space and the Garden Grille & Bar.

The renovation, which aimed to give the hotel a "more modern, contemporary look," included the addition of new televisions and furniture on the 10th floor, as well as installation of an ADA-compliant motorized lift in the Garden Grille & Bar that will lower one end of the bar to be able to accommodate guests in wheelchairs.

In addition to new televisions, the four meeting rooms got new window treatments, new carpeting and marble countertops. Meeting rooms now have 3,400 square feet of flexible space that can be reconfigured as needed.

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Located in downtown Philadelphia, the Hilton Garden Inn Philadelphia Center City is across the street from the Pennsylvania Convention Center and next door to the Historic Reading Terminal Market.  The hotel is also near to over 100 restaurants, historical attractions, theaters, museums and shopping venues.

The Hilton Garden Inn Philadelphia Center City is managed by GF Management.

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