As part of Sofitel Philadelphia’s commitment to philanthropy they have formed a partnership with Broad Street Ministry where a portion of proceeds from the hotel’s banquet menu will go directly to supporting Broad Street Ministry programs.
Broad Street Ministry focuses on providing services to vulnerable people – men and women who are homeless, at risk of being homeless, or of low-income. They serve nutritious daily meals with restaurant-style hospitality, provide mail services, distribute personal care bags, mend clothes and provide new clothes, and offer therapeutic art classes in an inviting and safe atmosphere.
$1 per person will go directly to Broad Street Ministry by ordering items from the banquet menu designated with this symbol…
Designated items range from breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets to beverages and snack breaks for groups of 10 or more people hosting a meeting or event at Sofitel Philadelphia.
View the full banquet menu here.
Sofitel Philadelphia blends French elegance with American style providing a refined environment for upscale business and leisure travel in center city. The sophisticated downtown hotel is conveniently situated near historic attractions, museums, shopping, and restaurants. Aesthetic highlights of the hotel include a geometric lobby floor design inspired by Shaker quilts crafted from seven types of stone and French-inspired works of art adorning the walls. Sofitel Philadelphia offers 306 elegant rooms on 14 floors, including 67 luxurious suites all featuring Sofitel’s signature feathertop and duvet sleep system— SoBed.
The luxury experience is accentuated by the delicious cuisine of Liberté Lounge, a stylish restaurant and bar that brings back a bygone era with contemporary French-inspired food served in one of the city’s loveliest settings. Sofitel Philadelphia was recently ranked number nine on Conde Nast Traveler’s Top 20 Hotels in NY State & the Mid-Atlantic: Readers’ Choice Awards 2015, and is a Best Hotel in Philadelphia on the 2016 Best Hotel Rankings from U.S. News & World Report.
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