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The Belleview Inn was first constructed by railroad magnate, Henry B. Plant, as a means to attract business to one of his new railways in the St. Petersburg area. Debuting as the “Belleview Hotel” in 1897, it quickly gained a storied reputation. The hotel soon emerged as a haunt for rich and famous, with Hollywood celebrities becoming a regular sight. And as it grew in popularity, so too did its size. Eventually measuring at 400,000 square feet, the building was the largest wooden-frame structure in all of Florida for many years. Reborn as the “Belleview Inn” during 2018, this delightful hotel is still among the most charming retreats throughout the country.
Image Guestroom at Belleview Inn, 1897, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Belleair, Florida, Location Map

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Discover Caladesi Island State Park, Pier 60, the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, and the world-famous Clearwater Beach just moments from the hotel.

Historic image of hotel exterior at Belleview Inn, 1897, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Belleair, Florida, Discover

Discover

Discover the Queen Anne-style architecture of the Belleview Inn.

Image of hotel exterior and outdoor pool outside Belleview Inn, 1897, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Belleair, Florida, Explore

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Explore the renowned Clearwater Beach.

Image of hotel exterior and outdoor pool outside Belleview Inn, 1897, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Belleair, Florida, Experience

Experience

Experience the Clearwater Marine Aquarium.

Image of picnic basket and coffee mugs outside Belleview Inn, 1897, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Belleair, Florida, Taste

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Taste amazing local cuisine at the Clearwater Oyster Company.

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