PHILADELPHIA (AP) _ The recently closed Four Seasons hotel in downtown Philadelphia will reopen as a branch of Hilton’s high-end Curio brand.
Denver-based Sage Hospitality Group says the hotel, which will be renamed the Logan, will be completely renovated before opening this fall.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reports (http://bit.ly/1cICSjB ) the hotel will update the traditional decor of the Four Seasons to fit a more modern style. Sage didn’t provide a budget figure for the renovations.
The company says the transformation is inspired by the “magic and grit” of the city of Philadelphia and its people.
The 357-room Four Seasons closed Saturday after nearly 32 years in business. It will open a new hotel in 2017 on the top 12 floors of the Comcast Innovation and Technology Center, which is now under construction.