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The Loews Philadelphia is our headquarter hotel. Events will take place onsite at the Loews. However, the group will leave property to go on the high-rise community tours and also, for the Tuesday Evening Event. Please visit our Host Communities & Tuesday Evening Event webpage for more details.
1200 Market StreetPhiladelphia, PA 19107(215) 627-1200$179 Single/Double Group Code: HRM307
Special room rates are available for High-Rise Manager Workshop registrants at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel for $179 per night plus taxes. CAI discounted rates are available March 7-9, 2022 . Group guestroom rates will apply three (3) days prior to and three (3) days following Workshop dates, based on availability.
A limited number of rooms have been reserved and will be held as a block until filled or until Monday, February 14, 2022 at which time they will be released to the public. All attendees are strongly encouraged to stay at the Workshop hotel. Please make your reservations early! It is recommended all attendees and sponsor representatives stay at the event hotel to ensure CAI meets contract requirements which keep our costs low.
We believe that when people travel, they want good old-fashioned service combined with the newest amenities. So, at Loews Philadelphia, you'll find the perfect balance of both-and that includes 581 freshly renovated rooms and suites. And while our service is top drawer, it's never intrusive. That makes us the perfect option of any luxury hotel in Philadelphia when traveling for business or leisure.
Loews Philadelphia has in-the-know concierges so we can assist with everything from event tickets to arranging a personal trainer to recommending the best Italian restaurant in town.
The Loews Philadelphia is ten miles from Philadelphia International Airport (PHL).
The Amtrack William H Gray III, 30th Street Station is less than two miles from the hotel.
Taxi and shuttle services are available from the airport and train station to the hotel and can be arranged upon arrival. Rental car agencies are conveniently located at Philadelphia International Airport. Rental agencies provide frequent free shuttles between all bag claims and their rental car facility. All rental car shuttles pick-up from Zone 2 on Arrivals Road.
Private transportation services are also an option.
Philadelphia weather in March is usually between 53 degrees to 37 degrees, with possibility for rain or light snow. We recommend bringing a jacket and umbrella. Attire for the event is casual. Attendees should be prepared with comfortable footwear for plenty of walking (inside and out).
Philadelphia is filled with interesting places to explore and lots of fun things to do should you decide to arrive early or stay longer. Here is a short list of key area attractions:
· Dilworth Park: https://centercityphila.org/parks/dilworth-park · The Barnes Foundation: https://www.barnesfoundation.org/ · Betsy Ross House: http://historicphiladelphia.org/betsy-ross-house/what-to-see/ · City Hall: https://www.phlvisitorcenter.com/CityHall · Franklin Court: https://www.nps.gov/inde/learn/historyculture/places-franklincourt.htm · Independence Hall: https://www.nps.gov/inde/planyourvisit/independencehall.htm · Liberty Bell Center: https://www.nps.gov/inde/planyourvisit/libertybellcenter.htm · Love Statue: https://www.associationforpublicart.org/artwork/love/ · National Constitute Center: https://constitutioncenter.org/ · Philadelphia Museum of Art and the "Rocky Steps": https://www.philamuseum.org/ · Philadelphia Zoo: https://philadelphiazoo.org/ · Reading Terminal: https://readingterminalmarket.org/ · Rodin Museum: https://www.rodinmuseum.org/ · Fairmount Park: https://myphillypark.org/ · The Franklin Institute: https://www.fi.edu/ · Unites States Mint: https://www.usmint.gov/about/mint-tours-facilities/philadelphia/tour-information · Academy of Natural Sciences: https://ansp.org/ · African American Museum: https://www.aampmuseum.org/ · Chinatown: https://www.visitphilly.com/areas/philadelphia-neighborhoods/chinatown/ · National Museum of Jewish History: https://www.nmajh.org/ · University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology: https://www.penn.museum/