The Bar/Lounge at The Rittenhouse Hotel
The Rittenhouse Hotel's bar/lounge is referenced by expert writers. Of the 18 reviews that we monitored, 9 praised the bar/lounge, like Frommer's, Gayot and BlackBook.
The Rittenhouse Hotel
" There's also the Mary Cassatt Tearoom and Garden (the famed Impressionist painter's brother once lived in a mansion on this site) and the chic Library Bar (when you check in you get a coupon for a free glass of bubbly or cappuccino)"
"While the hotel accommodates business travelers with high-speed Internet access, speaker phones and fax machines available in-room, they'd better keep a close eye on their expense accounts, since the property is home to excellent restaurants, including the Mary Cassatt Tearoom and Lounge with views of a cloistered garden, the renowned Lacroix at The Rittenhouse serving French cuisine, and Scott Conant's Italian restaurant Scarpetta"
"While ultra modern fixtures, dim lighting and a bar full of hipsters can make for a fun hotel experience, there's a lot to be said for the hostel that anticipates its guests needs rather than dictates them"
Forbes Travel Guide
"As part of the renovation, the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel debuted The Library Bar, a sleek, dark spot where you can sit in a gold leather barstool and enjoy The RH (a whiskey sour lightly sweetened that’s garnished with housemade dried figs) and over-the-top appetizers such as fingerling potato chips with Osetra caviar and crème fraîche for dipping"
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Condé Nast Traveler
"" Lacroix serves "excellent, progressive" international cuisine and has "a great bar where they make martinis with stuffed olives—the real deal"