Loews Philadelphia Hotel brings back its summer-long, immersive Summerfest by Loews Hotels program, welcoming family travelers like, well, family. In conjunction with the program, the property offers exclusive new partnerships and programming.
Through Labor Day, enjoy these signature experiences inspired by Philadelphia:
SIP – Summerfest Spritz
Taste the flavors of the season with a special summertime spritz, The Summer Breeze, at on-site Bank & Bourbon. The cocktail features locally sourced ingredients including lime and pineapple juices, Aperol and prosecco.
SEE – Summerfest Cultural Safaris
Loews Philadelphia Hotel’s Summerfest Cultural Safaris are fully inclusive; designed for all ages and abilities; and can include visits to Philadelphia hot spots like Rittenhouse Square Park, Philadelphia Zoo, Spruce Street Harbor Park, and Mann Center for the Performing Arts.
STAY – Exclusive Offer
Families will enjoy summer travel in the City of Brotherly Love with rates starting at only $195. Families may also want to book the hotel’s Wild Escape experience, available through Sept. 4. The offer includes four tickets to Philadelphia Zoo (two adults and two children), two cocktails and two mocktails at Bank & Bourbon, and valet parking for one vehicle.
SWIMWEAR – LIVELY x Loews Hotels
Loews Philadelphia Hotel partners with LIVELY to offer exclusive discounts to the brand’s size-inclusive swimwear.
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