11 Luxurious Bridal Hotel Suites Around Philly
Where you'll want to get ready before the wedding and crash after.
Plenty of thought and energy goes into choosing your wedding venue, but what about the place where you’ll spend the morning before and the night after? Checking into one of these 11 luxury bridal hotel suites in Philadelphia will make life a lot easier. Not only will you and your ‘maids have plenty of room for hair and makeup, you’ll also have a suite spot to crash (see what we did there?) after the celebration comes to an end.
Read on to see 11 of our favorite bridal hotel suites, then head to our wedding vendor directory to explore even more awesome local wedding vendors to help you plan your Big Day.
Kimpton Hotel Monaco
433 Chestnut Street, Old City
It’s hard to beat the beauty of Old City for a wedding. That said, Kimpton Hotel Monaco sits conveniently in the historical neighborhood and has a very popular wedding suite: the Corner One Bedroom Suite. With 655 square feet to get ready in, large spa-style bathrooms, views overlooking Independence Park, a fully stocked honor bar and pretty blue curtains that are perfect for photo ops, these suites can’t be beat.
The Logan Hotel
1 Logan Square, Logan Square
The Logan is known to be an opulent experience, so it’s no surprise that brides-to-be prefer their Presidential Suite. You and your wedding will have plenty of room — 2,500 square feet, including an extra bathroom, to be exact — while getting ready. When you return with your new spouse after a night of celebrating, you both can unwind in the spa-like master bath. Be sure to utilize the balcony, which overlooks seemingly all of Philadelphia, for some gorgeous getting-ready shots.
Kimpton Hotel Palomar
117 South 17th Street, Rittenhouse
This trendy Kimpton Hotel Palomar is a great option for couples looking for something close to Center City venues and photo spots. Book the Palomar’s Presidential Suite for your wedding night to not only soak in sweeping views of the city from the 23rd floor, but also to enjoy 1,175 square feet of getting-ready space. The suite features a separate bedroom with a king-size canopy bed, a large bathroom with a walk-in shower and a Fuji Spa tub, and a parlor room with a dining table that seats six.
The Rittenhouse Hotel
210 West Rittenhouse Square, Rittenhouse
Since The Rittenhouse has so many suites (a whopping 24), it can be difficult to choose the right one for you. We can attest that the P5 Park Suite comes highly recommended for all of your wedding needs. (In 2014, it was included in Elite Traveler magazine’s “Top 101 Suites” list.) P5 boasts sky-high ceilings, one-and-a-half bathrooms, the option to connect to another suite, a huge kitchen and, of course, gorgeous views of Rittenhouse Square. After the wedding, newlyweds can expect personalized surprises like champagne, flowers and food waiting for them upon return.
139 North 3rd Street, Old City
The Lokal suggests booking either the Tina or Louisa suites for weddings. Both of these two-bedroom suites boast floor-to-ceiling windows that bring in tons of natural light, lots of space and, as you can see, unbeatable style and comfort. Important to note: The Lokal is Philly’s first “invisible service” hotel, which they don’t have typical services like a check-in desk or on-site staff. Instead, they provide automated coded check-in and in-room iPads with multiple service-driven apps. While ideal for low-maintenance couples who would rather be left alone on their wedding day, it’s probably something to consider if you’re looking forward to ordering room service for lunch or thinking you might need extra towels, linens, or hairdryers at the last minute.
The Warwick Hotel
220 South 17th Street, Rittenhouse
Sit atop the highest floor of the Warwick while primping for your Big Day. Their suite boasts fridges to keep your champagne chilled and coffee makers to ensure you stay bright and perky all throughout the process. Request a late checkout the next morning and book an in-room spa service for an extra dose of relaxation.
The Bellevue Hotel
200 South Broad Street, Rittenhouse
There’s no doubt that the Bellevue Suite will cover all of your wedding needs, both before and after the celebration. The 831-square-foot suite is recommended for weddings because of the unbeatable natural light, but it also features a spacious sitting area, which will come in handy when all of your bridesmaids are trying to get dressed all at once.
10 Avenue of the Arts, Midtown
If you’re staying at The Ritz, it would be silly not to book their exquisite Presidential Suite. Clocking in at a massive 1,235 square feet, this suite boasts a king size bed, a rainforest shower head, a spacious living room — which comes stocked with a wet bar and an honor bar — and even features a washer and dryer en suite in case any accidents should happen while you’re getting ready.
Wm. Mulherin’s Sons Hotel
1355 North Front Street, Fishtown
Chances are that you’ve been to this Fishtown spot for brunch or dinner, but they’ve also got top-notch wedding-friendly accommodations, the most popular of which being Room One. Done up in a gorgeous vintage-esque aesthetic, the suite boasts a kitchenette, Aesop bath products, La Colombe coffee and more. Room One is also popular because it’s only up one flight of stairs, which makes things easier for older family members to join in on the pre-wedding festivities. Take advantage of the food and drink services during the hotel’s operating hours to cover all of your pizza and beer needs.
Loews Philadelphia Hotel
1200 Market Street, Market East
The Governor’s Suites are the prime candidates for wedding parties at this Center City hotel. Located on the highest floors of the hotel, these window-lined, 850-square-foot suites look out onto unbeatable views of the city. Reserve your room the night before your wedding day so you can start getting ready in the clean, modern space bright and early.
Morris House Hotel
225 South 8th Street, Washington Square West
A two-story loft dubbed the Presidential Suite is the ideal spot for wedding happenings at Morris House Hotel. With a kitchen, living room and dining area, the suite provides all the comforts of home minus all the clean-up. The first floor features a Jacuzzi and private shower, while the second floor houses a half-bath for your guests. The Presidential Suite also comes with a private, tree-covered balcony.
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