Hey, Bey: This Is the #Flawless Presidential Suite You Need to Stay in on Your Next Philly Concert Stop
When major celebrities make a stop in Philadelphia, we’re positive we’re not alone in thinking: “But where do they stay?” And, more importantly, where does someone like Beyonce stay? Surely Queen B isn’t booking a room through Airbnb.
Thanks to a seriously impressive security detail, there’s really no way for us to know where Beyonce shacks up when she performs at Made in America. (A Google search yielded zilch.) Lucky for her, we have a suggestion.
Slated to open at One Logan Square on December 1st, The Logan Hotel is a 4.5-star luxury hotel managed by Sage Hospitality as part of the Curio – A Collection by Hilton line. In addition to its farm-to-table restaurant, ballroom space and 391 rooms, the hotel will also include an impossibly luxe presidential suite — one we’ve deemed worthy of Mrs. Carter herself.
Designed by Dawson Design Associates, Inc., the suite is a markedly spacious 1,940 square feet and is nestled in the corner of the 7th floor. It features a cozy, welcoming color palette of grey, cream, browns and blacks illuminated with contemporary lighting. Inside, you’ll find custom-designed wool area rugs atop dark walnut wood floors along with original contemporary art inspired by Philadelphia.
The living area is outfitted with a plush sectional sofa, lounge chairs and, get this, a grand piano (just think of the Jay and Bey duets!). Meanwhile, the bedroom boasts a massive closet and dressing room that stretches the entire width of bedroom. The adjacent bathroom has a three-way mirror, double sinks, a jet bathtub and freestanding marble shower. Come morning, take a perfect I-woke-up-like-this selfie on the expansive balcony overlooking Logan Square and the fountain. Or better yet, just reenact the “7/11” music video.
Enticed by this Beyonce-worthy presidential suite? For more information about booking a room at soon-to-be-open The Logan Hotel, click here.This is a paid partnership between The Logan Hotel and Philadelphia Magazine's City/Studio