Element Philadelphia features 460 bright, and modern guest rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, boasting impressive views of Philadelphia’s historic architecture and skyline.
PHILADELPHIA, PA – Element by Westin Downtown Philadelphia is a modern and sustainable hotel and the largest property globally from Element by Westin, located in the heart of Center City Philadelphia (1441 Chestnut Street). The hotel is unique in its ability to accommodate large groups and long-term stay guests while also appealing to families and eco-conscious travelers.
The vibrant environmentally-friendly hotel opened in 2021, redefining travel for extended-stay visitors looking to maintain a balanced lifestyle while on the road. Element Philadelphia features 460 bright, and modern guest rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, boasting impressive views of Philadelphia's historic architecture and skyline. Its design philosophy embraces livability and providing a sense of home. Its central location is within walking distance of iconic sites such as the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Reading Terminal Market, Avenue of the Arts, and The Franklin Institute.
"At Element Philadelphia, we provide a welcoming, eco-friendly atmosphere with complimentary morning-to-night amenities for guests staying for one night or an extended stay," said Ed Baten, Complex General Manager at Element Philadelphia. "Time away from home shouldn't mean time away from enjoying life. Travelers can seamlessly transition from relaxation to productivity (and back again) by collaborating with colleagues in one of the 27 meeting rooms, then connecting over wine and cheese during our complimentary Relax reception in the Sky Lobby."
The extended-stay experience at Element Philadelphia is highlighted by thoughtful in-room accommodations allowing guests to recharge daily and find focus in a clean and cozy environment. Element Philadelphia offers fully-equipped kitchens in every room, business services, Motion Fitness center, guest laundry services, and Element's signature Bikes to Borrow program. Bikes to Borrow encourages guests to immerse themselves in Philadelphia's culture and experience its history, art, and nearby bike trails. It also provides amenities for four-legged friends! The Love that Dog program includes a signature dog bed, treats, water bowls, eco-friendly clean-up supplies, and more for travelers visiting with pets.
Element Philadelphia offers guests two signature food and beverage options that prioritize fresh, healthy ingredients. A complimentary Rise breakfast starts the day and features a Chobani Yogurt Bar, chia pudding, fresh berries, whole fruit, freshly baked pastries, eggs, breakfast sandwiches, and other healthy hot breakfast options. From Monday to Thursday evenings, Element Philadelphia hosts Relax, where guests are invited to unwind in the Sky Lobby with complimentary local beer, wine, and cheeses from local dairy farms. Also located in the Sky Lobby, the Restore gourmet pantry offers balanced grab-and-go meals, snacks, and beverages. An all-day menu, Restore To-Go, will be introduced this Fall and will provide guests with an in-room dining experience for healthy lunch, dinner and kid menu options. Green from the ground up, Element Philadelphia has built a smarter, better place to stay. When choosing materials, the design team pioneered sustainable design that improves hotel air quality, minimizes pollutants and chemicals, and gives guests ample access to natural light, resulting in a cleaner, healthier environment. The hotel also integrates eco-friendly materials and practices into its design in a variety of ways, including:
- Guestrooms featuring carpets with up to 100% recycled content
- Wall art mounted on a base made from recycled tires
- Walls featuring low-VOC (volatile organic compounds) paints
- Bathrooms featuring low-flow faucets and fixtures
- Silverware and glassware provided, minimizing single-use plastics and disposable waste
- Recycling is made easy with bins in every guestroom and throughout public spaces
- Filtered water is available in all guestrooms and public spaces through a dispenser unit
- Electric vehicle charging stations
Element Philadelphia offers apartment-style guest rooms and suites in various layouts to meet each visitor's needs. Fully equipped kitchens in each room allow guests to enjoy meals in the comfort of their own space. Rooms range in size from Studio and Deluxe King and Queen/Queens to One Bedroom Suites. Each room features signature Westin Heavenly beds and spa-inspired bathrooms with rain showers designed to infuse a sense of calm. Furnishings throughout the hotel include modern and ergonomic pieces referencing nature and Nordic design. For larger families, rooms can be connected to accommodate parties of all sizes.
For large groups looking to book corporate events and conferences, Element Philadelphia offers W brand's signature amenities and accessible meeting space at W Philadelphia, featuring over 45,000 square feet of purposefully designed event spaces. The most significant space can hold up to 550 guests and is perfect for any event, from corporate meetings and conferences to weddings and galas. The 26 meeting rooms boast state-of-the-art audiovisual technology and high-speed WiFi. All event and conference spaces are easily accessible within the hotel complex via the Element elevators.
At Element Philadelphia, a professional meeting planner takes clients through each step of the planning process to make for a seamless event, and details can be managed from Marriott's convenient Meeting Services App. Attendees can choose to stay at Element Philadelphia and W Philadelphia based on their needs and budget.
Developed by Conshohocken-based Chestlen Development, Element Philadelphia was designed with a focus on sustainability and well-being. It is the ideal hotel choice for families, groups, and business travelers looking to maintain an eco-friendly lifestyle and healthy routine while visiting the city.
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