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Discover Historic Downtown Philadelphia
Envisioned by pioneer George C. Boldt in 1904, The Bellevue Hotel is a living landmark that embodies the style and revelry of Philadelphia’s gilded days with entrepreneurial spirit and sophistication. Part history, part innovation, and always timeless, here guests discover distinctive architecture, inventive dining, and enjoy spacious hotel rooms. Today, elite weddings and decadent soirees and balls are still a brilliant feature of the hotel in its two-tier Grand Ballroom.
- Free Internet Access
- Restaurant On-Site
- Room Service
- Fitness Center
- Pet Friendly
- Digital Key
- Digital Check-In
- Meeting Facilities
PLEASE NOTE: XIX RESTAURANT IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED
High atop The Bellevue Hotel on the 19th floor, XIX’s talented culinary team crafts New American dishes that showcase the best of Philadelphia’s culinary culture. Experience dinner in the Pearl Room, complemented by skyline views, or sit down to an extravagant brunch. In the Cameo Room, enjoy a power lunch or decadent afternoon tea. Unwind with a craft cocktail in the Lounge by an alluring fireplace and views of Philadelphia’s sunset.
Rooms + Suites
Hotel Accessibility Features
Accessible Hotel Parking and Transportation
- Van-Accessible Self-Parking
- Self-Parking for Cars
Accessible Hotel Areas
- Public Entrance
Accessibility for Guest Rooms and Meetings
- Closed-Caption or Closed-Captioning Decoders for Guest Room Televisions
- Accessible Guest Rooms with Mobility Features Have Doorways with 32in (0.81m) of Clear Width
Hotel Areas with Accessible Routes from Accessible Public Entrance
- Registration Area
- Meeting Room/Ballroom Area
Bring up to two dogs along for your Philadelphia getaway when you stay at The Bellevue Hotel. Pick up a “Dog on Vacation” sign at the front desk to hang on your doorknob for the duration of your stay, so we know your canine companions are in tow. If your pups want to see more of the city, take them to the dog run at Seger Park, a green space about a half-mile from our hotel.
Let us know if you’ll be traveling with pets at least three days prior to your arrival. Dogs can tour our halls on leashes, but we ask that they stay off the 19th floor and Ballroom Level.