Four Seasons Debuts a Crystal-Themed Spa in Philadelphia

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Redefining the Philly skyline, the new Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Center offers unobstructed views from the 48th to 60th floors of the 1,121-foot building. The 219-room hotel includes a restaurant by Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Greg Vernick, extensive meeting places, and a full-floor crystal-themed spa and wellness sanctuary.

The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia features a lifestyle boutique, a fitness center created in consultation with celebrity fitness guru Harley Pasternak, and an indoor infinity pool. More than 700 pounds of crystals have been embedded into the walls to create a calm and relaxing environment. Spa director Verena Lasvigne-Fox also enlisted the help of crystal healer Rashia Bell. Product partners include May Lindstrom, Dr. Burgener Switzerland, Dr. Barbara Sturm, and Vitaman.

“The history and culture of Philadelphia are so often expressed in the characteristic storytelling of its art and architecture,” says Christian Clerc, president of Worldwide Hotel Operations for Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. “Now, thanks to the vision of our partners at Comcast and a world-class team of designers, architects, and artists, the Comcast Technology Center stands tall as a new Philadelphia landmark—reshaping the city’s skyline and signifying a new, exciting chapter in its story’s history.”


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