Philly Sheraton wraps renovation

The Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown's 760 rooms now have a contemporary design with a teal and gray color palette punctuated by a graphic wall of local highlights. Photo credit: Marriott International

The Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown hotel, owned by Cambridge Landmark and operated by Aimbridge Hospitality, has completed a $30 million renovation.

The hotel’s 760 rooms now have a contemporary design with a teal and gray color palette punctuated by a graphic wall of local highlights.
 
Along with the premium upgraded guestrooms, the newly renovated 2,071 square foot fitness center has four Peloton bikes with live classes and on-demand classes via Peloton Digital. The updated fitness center has a range of cardio and strength-training machines, including the TRX suspension system, along with a full complement of free weights, kettlebells, resistance bands and medicine balls.

Beyond the new fitness center, other public spaces at the hotel include more than 60,000 square feet of event space and two dining options.

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