Things to Do in Philadelphia

The city of Philadelphia features beautiful architecture, rich history, and a distinctive skyline. Now you can take in the unique character and charm of the City of Brotherly Love from high above. Plan your vacation at our luxurious hotel at Rittenhouse Square, and you’ll be able to see a whole new side of the city

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4th of July Celebrations– The Rittenhouse in Philadelphia

The Wawa Welcome America festival is a summer extravaganza that comes to Philadelphia each year for the Fourth of July holiday. This iconic Independence Day event celebrates our nation’s liberty in the city where all the action unfolded back in 1776. Plan your stay at the Rittenhouse, and take this opportunity to explore historic landmarks

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Philadelphia Luxury Accommodations

As one of the biggest blockbuster events of the summer, the Philadelphia Museum of Art will be hosting Discovering the Impressionists: Paul Durand-Ruel and the New Painting. This world-class exhibition will be open June 24 through September 13, 2015 in the heart of the city near our hotel. Inside the museum, just make your way

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Father’s Day Celebrations at Lacroix

On Sunday, June 21, Lacroix at the Rittenhouse will host a very special Brunch for the Father’s Day holiday. For daddy’s little girl, this is the time to celebrate the first man she ever loved, the role model who may have taught her how to ride a bike and drive a car. Sons are able

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New Seasonal Wines By The Glass at Lacroix

Spring is in full bloom with eight new wines by the glass to complement our seasonal menu at Lacroix. Taste new wines from all corners of the globe, including benchmark examples of unique grape varietals you may have never tried before! All our exceptional seasonal wines will pair perfectly with our latest Spring menu.  

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Best Hotel Restaurants

Readers of USA Today and 10Best voted on the country’s “Best Hotel Restaurants”, and Lacroix at The Rittenhouse made the prestigious top ten names across the nation. Coming in at #5, here is our raving review: “Chef Jon Cichon calls his cuisine “Progressive International,” but basically he applies classical technique of the finest French and

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