Check-in for a back of house look at the world's most famous hotel brand.
Welcome to the Seelbach, if you're a fan of bourbon, they have a great bourbon bar here. Mosey on over to the Old Seelbach Bar, and grab a bourbon to relax and get your Urban Bourbon Trail Passport!
"This opulent hotel was built more than a century ago with material from around the globe including imported marble, oriental rugs and bronze from France."
Weekend brunch at the oakroom is just lovely!
Snap a few photos in the lobby (on the staircase!). It's a gorgeous old building.
The ghost stories the manager tells with great enthusiasm are not gonna help sleeping! I hope i wont see the suicidal girl in blue or the man who died standing by the window..
Stay outta the handicapped spots if your not authorized. Especially PARC cars and trucks visiting or doing maintenance to the entry/exit gates!!!!
The Sunday Brunch in the Oak Room is phenomenal!
Peter Thomas Roth soaps/shampoos are divine (ask for extras!)
Beautiful hotel! Small rooms but neat Peter Thomas Roth toiletries. Internet needs work
Internet is really spotty mid to late evenings. But short walk from 4th Street bars and restaurants. The Old Seelbach Bar is great for a quick bite and nightcap!
Beautiful hotel with a great staff. I've stayed here for a week every month for over a year and have always had a positive experience.
Stayed here two weeks for business trip ... was awesome !!
Fancy bathrooms :) in a small room but who cares? Beautiful historical building!
Not the best hotel ever. Amenities are overstated on their website.
Love this hotel. Everything about it is exquisite!
My room is huge but archive has not been overly friendly from reservation to check in.A/C and room blinds were broken. There was no Ice maker on my floor...and I'm HHonors diamond!
Service is bad. Front desk does not answer the phone. Internet is weak. Not impressed!
Rooms are small!! Oh and watch out, they double booked us in a room! We walked in and saw the people's luggage and purses! Thank God we are honest people!
Skip the Oak Room. Check out the Rathskellar if you get the opportunity.
wi-fi is not the greatest in most areas of the hotel. I ended up having to use the business center for most things.