The Bellevue Hotel Philadelphia
The doors to the famed Bellevue-Stratford Hotel opened in 1904 at the corner of Broad and Walnut Streets. It was built by George C. Boldt, who also once served as manager of the prestigious Waldorf-Astoria, in New York City. Taking two years to complete, the Bellevue-Stratford was described at the time as the most luxurious hotel in the nation offering 1,090 guest rooms, the most magnificent ballroom in the United States and stunning lighting fixtures designed by Thomas Edison which still exists in the building today.
The 172 rooms at The Bellevue Hotel marry the building’s grandeur—as seen in each living space’s 14-foot ceilings and ornamented detailing—with Philadelphia personality by way of vintage art and city photography.
With premium equipment such as treadmills, ellipticals, stationary bicycles, and a dedicated yoga/stretching area, the 24-hour Fitness Studio allows you to maintain your fitness routine.
Discover locally inspired, creatively presented dining experiences at The Bellevue Hotel, all set on the 19th floor. XIX (NINETEEN) Restaurant, winner of the 2019 Wine Spectator Award, is a fine dining destination for foodies throughout the Philadelphia area. Indulge in dinner complemented by skyline views, or sit down to an extravagant brunch. In the XIX (NINETEEN) Cameo Room, enjoy a casual lunch or decadent afternoon tea. Stop by XIX (NINETEEN) Lounge for innovative craft cocktails.
As the historic heart of Philadelphia’s downtown scene, The Bellevue Hotel stands on Broad Street, steps from dining and a five-minute walk to the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. From your room on the Avenue of the Arts, venture north of Center City to reach City Hall, northwest for a cluster of the city’s top museums, or east to Independence Hall and Old City’s historic sites.
NB: Whilst we are expecting all facilities to be operational, please note some hotel/venue facilities may have COVID safety restrictions in place.
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