The Bellevue Hotel

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As Philadelphia’s only hotel on the National Register of Historic Places, The Bellevue Hotel has been at the forefront of shaping the city’s cultural, culinary, and cocktail scene since becoming its first luxury hotel in 1904. Explore the timeless architecture of the “Grand Dame of Broad Street,” discover local art pieces, work out in one of the East Coast’s largest fitness facilities, and enjoy the modern design of spacious guestrooms with soaring ceilings. The rich history of The Bellevue, with spaces illuminated by crystal chandeliers and original lighting designed by Thomas Edison, extends itself to guests. The hotel hosts many lavish events and society balls, elite weddings, and major corporate events.
Image of Guestroom Interior The Bellevue Hotel, 1904, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Philadelphia, Pennslyvania, Location

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Explore the National Constitution Center, Independence Hall, and the Liberty Bell a few blocks away. Discover theaters along the Avenue of the Arts.

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Discover

Discover the history of The Bellevue Hotel.

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Explore The Avenue of the Arts.

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Experience

Experience the National Constitution Center.

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Taste

Taste some historic afternoon tea at The Bellevue.

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