Rebranded and renovated Philadelphia Marriott Old City opens

Rebranded and renovated Philadelphia Marriott Old City opens

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PM Hotel Group, among the nation’s leading hotel management companies, today announces the opening of the newly rebranded and renovated Philadelphia Marriott Old City in the center of Philadelphia’s most iconic historic neighborhood. The multi-million dollar renovation brings a welcoming, new flagship Marriott Hotels branded property to the region.

“We have been always excited whenever we get the chance to leverage our expertise in identifying markets and projects with significant performance upside through repositioning and rebranding. Transitioning this hotel in to the re-imagined Philadelphia Marriott Old City allows the hotel to fully capture emerging opportunities in the dynamic, resurging Philadelphia market,” said PM Hotel Group President, Joseph Bojanowski.

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Owned by the Buccini Pollin Group, the 364-room property has received a thorough redesign connecting colonial with contemporary, city grid and historic port in a single unique project truly. With interiors by Krause Sawyer, enhancements are the addition of an excellent Room, M Club Lounge, updated guest rooms and 17,000 square feet of redesigned meeting space. “The look draws inspiration from the neighborhood warehouse structures and colonial detailing, industrial artisanal and elements craftsmanship to hard-wearing garments and intricate tailoring,” said Kajsa Tracey and Krause Sawyers, Co-Founders, Krause Sawyer. “The look narrative is translated into details where recycleables meet refined finishes, where innovative art meets traditional skills and where new and old connect.” The house also includes a new Food + Drink concept called Society Commons now, that provides a lively all-day space where guests can eat, drink, work and play.

Author: George Taylor

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