Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Center opened on the uppermost floors of what is now the city’s tallest building and 10th highest in the U.S.

The hotel, which is located between the building’s 48th and 60th stories, boast unobstructed floor-to-ceiling views of the city from each of the 180 rooms and 39 suites.

There is 15,600 square feet of meetings and event space, including the Grand Terrace Ballroom with an adjacent foyer and 1,348-square-foot outdoor terrace. The hotel also offers the smaller Arch Ballroom on the fifth floor, an easily accessed executive boardroom on the second floor and three additional spaces atop the hotel on the 59th floor, which can be configured for receptions of up to 80 guests.

Michelin starred Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten chose Four Seasons for his Philadelphia debut, literally taking his place at the top of the city’s dining scene with the 59th floor Jean-Georges Philadelphia restaurant and the 60th floor JG SkyHigh cocktail bar.


JG SkyHigh Bar at the Four Seasons Philadelphia at Comcast Center

The restaurant showcases the internationally acclaimed French-American chef’s signature cuisine within an atrium featuring 40-foot glass walls and a mirrored ceiling that reflects both diners and the city below.

Greg Vernick is also part of the Four Seasons culinary team. He leads Vernick Fish, conceived as a modern American oyster bar open to the street.

The property's 57th floor is a haven of health and wellness that includes an indoor pool; a state-of-the-art fitness center in partnership with celebrity training guru and Four Seasons Global Fitness Adviser Harley Pasternak; a wellness boutique; and the seven-treatment room Spa at Four Seasons.

Information is based off a press release from Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Center.