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It's no longer the grandest quarters in town (that honor goes to the Rittenhouse), but empty nesters and business types still relish the traditional grandeur.
A residential-style hotel with international flair, the Hyatt is perched on the upper floors of the 100-year-old Bellevue Building, which was once nicknamed the “Grand Dame of Broad Street.”
The hotel has had an important role in city life, much like the heroine of a long-running soap opera. Full review →
In 1904, this was the most opulent hotel in the country. Today, it can't claim that much fame, but the "Bellevue" does capitalize on its historic bones and great location. Full review →
Listed as a Historic Hotels of America by the National Historic Trust Preservation, this building simply oozes Old World charm. Full review →
After a century of hosting Kings, Queens and other heads of state, this Victorian classic offers its guests opulence and a window to the past. Full review →Guests have access to The Sporting Club at the Bellevue, an enormous complex designed by Michael Graves where the governor of Pennsylvania chooses to get sweaty when he's in town.
Located in a vibrant central neighborhood, five blocks east of Rittenhouse Square, adjacent to the Opera House, around the corner from the Kimmel Center and a 20-minute stroll from the Liberty Bell. Full review →
Home to power lunches by day and formal affairs at night, this historic building’s hotel is situated in Philadelphia’s cultural hub. Full review →
"Old-world elegance, personified" sums up this "grand" 1904 hotel on the Avenue of the Arts, whose "wonderful", "professional" staff ensures it retains its "character and history".
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