Say goodbye to the Four Seasons and hello to the new Logan Hotel. Host Hotels & Resorts and Sage Hospitality have announced that their property, which is currently in the middle of a $28 million renovation, will be opening this November, replacing the Four Seasons at One Logan Square. The Logan will be a part of Curio—a collection by Hilton, and will offer the City of Brotherly Love a luxurious concept hotel complete with top-of-line amenities, fine dining and reconstructed spaces.
The space will pay tribute to the city not only in name, but in design. The rooms and suites will feature work from local artists and the aesthetic will include metals, stone and industrial features. “When the doors re-open, Philadelphia can expect something truly unique, a hotel they will be extremely proud of,” Walter Isenberg, President and CEO of Sage Hospitality, said in a release. “Everything about this transformation is inspired by the city, its people, its magic and grit. The Logan will be something that visitors and locals don’t just think of as a hotel, but as Philadelphia’s favorite place to be. Guests will not want to leave and Philadelphians will want to be there.”
While the décor is intended to bring a little of Philadelphia's streets inside, that doesn’t mean it skimps on the luxury experience. Come November, guests will find the property outfitted with a spa and fitness center with indoor heated pool, a rooftop terrace with cabanas, and a lobby with a lounge space and bar. For foodies, the hotel will also be home to the new farm-to-table steakhouse Urban Farmer—the third outpost of the award-winning Portland-based restaurant.