The hotel is a partnership between Concord Hospitality and Whitman Peterson.
A state-of-the-art Precor fitness center with Peloton bikes, outdoor dining patio and 327 refreshed guest rooms are only some of the highlights at newly branded the Alloy-King of Prussia, a DoubleTree by Hilton (thealloyhotel.com). Formerly known as the DoubleTree by Hilton Philadelphia-Valley Forge, the $18.5 million-plus renovation was completed in September. “The long-awaited makeover transformed the property into a lifestyle hotel, which is designed to invigorate travelers’ senses with attractive artworks and distinctive designs, along with localized food and beverage offerings,” says Jennifer Shipman, director of sales and marketing at the hotel. “The changes will provide all visitors with more amenities and opportunities to make their time with us more enjoyable and stress-free.” One of Shipman’s favorite parts of the renovation includes the center lobby fireplace, which adds a cozy aesthetic to the otherwise modern space. There’s also a bar with low-hung lights and brass accents—perfect for grabbing a cocktail before dinner at Alloy’s new Hammer & Fire. On the menu there, guests can expect to enjoy small plates, salads, sandwiches, steaks and seafood.