Hotel Phillips was originally built as the Sioux Falls National Bank in 1918 and it continued to operate as a bank over the years along with various office spaces situated on floors three through nine. At the time it was built, it was the tallest building in South Dakota. One hundred years later, in 2018, Hotel Phillips began its restoration and transformation into an upscale chic boutique hotel featuring 90 unique and elegant guest rooms along with many luxury suites.
The hotel lobby portrays historical charm and grace. When stepping into the lobby, you are taken back to the era of the early 1900’s with its' original historical designs. The lobby boasts high fluted columns and houses its' original chandeliers. The beautifully designed dentil tray ceilings feature rosettes and Greek Key design. Centered in the lobby as its' main focal point, stands the original Bank Vault with its' 16-ton door and 24-3 inch bolts. The Bank Vault has been opened up and transformed as the walk-through entrance into the lounge –
. This bank vault is lined with Vanadium Steel along with additional safes inside the vault. Our lounge,
, is graced with tall columns, a grand chandelier and an original Terazzo Floor.
The Mezzanine overlooking the lobby, showcases skylights, seating areas, a business center, a fitness center,
Hotel Phillips features our lounge,
, with evening food and beverage service that consists of small plates along with wine, beer and cocktails. The meeting facilities at Hotel Phillips include
(private event space for up to 60),
Bankers Board Room
(accommodates 10) and
(accommodates 6). The
Coffea Roasterie and Espresso Bar
with professionally trained Baristas, is located in the lobby for your morning guilty pleasure and light breakfast options for purchase.
Hotel Phillips is established at 100 N. Phillips Avenue, which is located in the Sioux Falls’ heart and soul of the city! Phillips Avenue has an eclectic array of quaint retail stores, upscale restaurants and upbeat lounges in their Historical Downtown District. The hotel also revels in the views coupled with the sights and sounds of the Big Sioux River while its' riverfront continues to grow with more activity each year.