This week, the brand new Four Seasons in Philadelphia’s Comcast Center opened and is now welcoming guests. The hotel is located in one of the tallest building in Philadelphia, and the 10th largest building in the U.S. The property says they worked closely with the partners at Comcast and Liberty Property Trust to ensure that the architecture, design, innovation and culinary expertise were met with the highest of standards to fit the mold of the Four Seasons. The interior floral designs were created by Jeff Leatham and can be seen in the lobby all the way to the other lobby located on the 60th floor. Leatham’s designs in the main lobby are shared with teamLab’s floral designs, a Japanese based designer who incorporate modern designs with traditional Japanese techniques. The interior and furnishings have been designed by the architect Norman Foster of Foster and Partners. Christian Clerc, President, Worldwide Hotel Operations, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, said, “Our team of more than 500 dedicated staff members, led by general manager Ben Shank, is excited to welcome our first guests to experience this incredible and historic city with Four Seasons.” The Four Seasons Philadelphia has 180 rooms, 39 suites, boasts floor to ceiling rooms with incredible views of the city. The hotel is located in the Comcast Center’s building from floors 48 to 60.