The Bellevue Hotel

The Bellevue Hotel

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.

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Front of Hotel
Front of Hotel

Downtown Philadelphia Hotel

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 the downtown Philadelphia personality by way of vintage art and city photography.

From here, you’re ideally situated: Walk down Broad Street to tour the Victorian-era Academy of Music, or drive two miles to Old City to view the historic Liberty Bell.

2 Queen Beds Room
2 Queen Beds Room

Hotel Dining

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.

If you’d rather dine in the comfort of your room or suite, order in; XIX To-Go is available from 6:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., daily.


Balcony View
Balcony View

Watch the sunset from a balcony at XIX (NINETEEN), the signature restaurant at The Bellevue Hotel.


Enjoy the grandeur of the Pearl Room.

Indulge in regionally inspired seafood dishes, plus staples like chicken à la King. This particular dish recalls The Bellevue Hotel’s storied past; it was invented in the 1890s by the hotel’s chef William King. Make a reservation for two at tables overlooking the Avenue of the Arts, or book the entire restaurant for wedding receptions and unforgettable private events.

In addition to dinner and daily breakfast, XIX (NINETEEN) offers a celebrated weekend brunch. Elevate your weekend by feasting on crab cake benedict, a loaded raw bar, smoked Scottish salmon, and handcrafted desserts. Complement your feast with refreshing mimosas and Bellevue cocktails made with champagne, Courvoisier®, and Grand Marnier®.

If you’d rather dine within the comfort of your room or suite, see our XIX (Nineteen) To-Go Menu available from 6:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., daily.



Sink into a luxurious leather booth to enjoy cocktails and friendly conversation at the bar within The Bellevue Hotel. Cozy alcoves and a cheery fire add to the atmosphere in this chic lounge, where guests can enjoy fine wine, local beers on draft, and craft cocktails with daily happy hours.



Whether you’re craving a stack of pancakes for breakfast or an oyster- and cornbread-stuffed trout for lunch, find them in XIX (NINETEEN)’s Cameo Room. The menu mixes comfort food with elevated dishes that pair well with the refined look of The Bellevue Hotel, from the wide French doors to the European architecture. Opt for a three-course prix fixe menu, which ends with indulgent mini cakes or parfaits.

Stop by over the weekend to enjoy afternoon tea in a grand setting. Seasonal menus feature sandwiches, pastries, and several tea varieties. Spring visitors, for example, will find blooming teas and edible flowers on the table to coincide with the Philadelphia Flower Show.

Area Attractions

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.

Art and Culture

  • Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
  • The Franklin Institute
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art
  • Barnes Foundation

Dine like a Local

  • Reading Terminal Market
  • Federal Donuts

American History

  • Independence Hall
  • Philadelphia History Museum
  • Benjamin Franklin Museum
  • Philadelphia Mint

How The Bellevue Hotel stands out


My whole thing is finding a hotel that helps me become my best self.  For me The Bellevue Hotel does have the spirit and grandeur of another time - it makes me feel like I can become my best self.  It's a kick to stay at a place like this.

XIX - the signature hotel restaurant - deserves a look and eat there if you can.  They don't make hotel restaurants like that any more.

Of course go out and enjoy Philadelphia.  Restaurants, bars, museums, the liberty bell.  Then come back to The Bellevue Hotel.  While you're here become your best self and take that good feeling with you.



I researched the fees for the top hotels in the area.  The Bellevue Hotel is on the low end.

Free Internet access.

Valet parking is $53 per night.  Adjoining self parking for $40 per night.

No resort fee.

I don’t like any fees.  None at all.  I get it that parking in downtown is going to be costly.  If possible you’ll save money when you avoid parking a car.  Even still with our points we are paying pennies on the dollar for this great downtown hotel.

Hotel Lobby

Why it’s good with points

A luxury downtown hotel is a great way to break out of the normal.  Get yourself back in your most uplifted mood with fun around the city and then recharge even more back in your luxury room.

The rooms are good sized and welcome us back to them.  Thank you very much, is what I say, happy to be here.  My mood gets a big lift from relaxing in a place like this after a day enjoying the city.

A King Room is 15,000 points per night - same with the 2 Queens Room.  Get a World of Hyatt credit card with a 50,000 point sign-up bonus – that’s three free nights.  That’s a lot of value in a luxury hotel from just one credit card.

King Room


Enjoy street or atrium conservatory view with soaring 14-foot ceilings open up the space in this room, which includes a king bed and a work area within its 325–350 square feet.


The advice is always to have a partner also get the sign-up bonus.  That way you’ll have twice the points and get two times as many nights.

Get the World of Hyatt credit card and get on your way.

Sapphire points are worth one Hyatt point.  A Sapphire credit card is a great way to get even more Hyatt points than you can with the Hyatt Credit Card.

Once you get the sign-up bonus from your Hyatt credit card also get a Sapphire card.