Sunday, May 29, 2016

Check out the amazing newly designed rooms at the Hyatt at the Bellevue in Philadelphia

Are you looking for a great place to stay in Philadelphia? If you are planning a trip to the City of Brotherly Love this summer and you would like to stay at a unique charming hotel, why not check out the Hyatt at the Bellevue in Philadelphia. This centrally located hotel just recently got a new sprucing up and some amazing new room designs. This hotel is unlike any other, this classic building is in the heart of Philadelphia and is a landmark in its own right. The original version of this grand hotel established in 1904 and has been a part of Philadelphia history ever since.

Each of the rooms in the hotel have been updated and are sleek and modern with an historical charm. Each of the rooms are different sizes and you really get the feel of a classic hotel, this is not a cookie cutter hotel room that is for sure. Each of the rooms has its own art work, and unique vibe.

The floors are also themed with their artwork, some being themed to the Pennsylvania Ballet/Opera with artwork of costumes, and some to the Walnut Street Theater, with amazing artwork of costumes from some of your favorite plays. Along with spectacular photography from around Philadelphia and photos of famous Philadelphians.  The rooms are amazing, and the restaurant looks wonderful. I can remember my Great-Grandmother telling me stories of when she worked as a waitress in the Bellevue restaurant many many years ago. I heard wondrous stories of the celebrities she served including Elvis, she even told us a tale of when she sag to Mickey Rooney and he got a kick out of it. 
I would love to stay here with my family one day it would be nice to do a tour of the city and just go back to this lovely hotel and relax and spend time with the family. If you are looking for a hotel to stay in Philadelphia I would recommend checking out the Hyatt at the Bellevue, it is unique and beautiful and just where you want to be located when you visit Philadelphia.

Discover true grandeur, historic style and unrivaled service at one of the most iconic hotels in the all of downtown Philadelphia. Situated on the famous Avenue of the Arts, Hyatt at The Bellevue seamlessly blends old-world architecture with modern interiors to provide a stay that epitomizes Philadelphia luxury.

  • Spread out in spacious guestroomsoffering the most generous amenities in town with views of the city skyline and the vibrant streets
  • Explore the Avenue of the Arts, featuring some of the city’s most unique cultural touchstones, museums and live performance spaces
  • Savor a variety of culinary delightsincluding delectable dishes at XIX (NINETEEN), all of which are thoughtfully sourced and carefully served 
  • Stay fit at the Sporting Club, offering 93,000 square feet of fitness space, including strength training equipment and full-sized gymnasium
  • See more of Philadelphia, including sporting eventsluxury shopping and some of the city’s best restaurants, moments from the hotel
  • Host memorable meetings or your dream weddingchoosing from venues expertly tailored to the style of your special event

Stay here:
Visit the Hyatt at the Bellevue website for more information

All Photos are courtesy of Hyatt at the Bellevue

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Brenda said...

I'm not planning on traveling, but that hotel is certainly very beautiful!

Kasandra said...

Great flower selection and the Bloom Flowers lady does the same beautiful ceremony for every customer for choosing what flowers and how many flowers they want. She even gives out a free Flower Food.

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