Riversuites Luxury Boutique Hotel debuts in Fishtown

December 21, 2023
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The destination will be operated by Rivers Casino Philadelphia.

Rivers Casino Philadelphia has opened its newest hotel, Riversuites Luxury Boutique in Fishtown. The hotel is home to suites only and gives guests views of the Delaware River from 62 of its luxury suites.

Rivers Casino Philadelphia will operate Riversuites. The casino is owned and operated by Rush Street Gaming along with its affiliates.

Rivers Casino and Rush Street Gaming CEO Tim Drehkoff said the opening came at the perfect time for the company.

He commented, “Opening Riversuites inside The Battery is the perfect opportunity for Rivers Casino Philadelphia to continue to be part of Fishtown’s growth and revitalization.

“The hotel’s addition marks an exciting time for our team and, most importantly, for our guests who will enjoy a remarkably unique overnight experience.”

Riversuites will offer its guests suites ranging from 864 to 2,200 square feet. Some of the suites also feature private bedrooms with walk-in closets. The company said all Riversuites rooms have seating areas in the rooms, as well as sofa beds for additional sleeping options.

Casino General Manager Eric Althaus said, “The luxury accommodations at Riversuites are a game changer for Rivers Casino Philadelphia. VIPs and out-of-town visitors won’t find penthouse-quality suites with waterfront views like this anywhere else in Philly.”

Most recently, EveryMatrix launched in Michigan via a partnership with Rush Street Interactive (RSI), which will integrate the games from EveryMatrix into BetRivers.


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