our hotel’s unique amenities

offering full service amenities in the Lehigh Valley

Listed below are the amenities we provide to all of our guests staying in the hotel.


  • Complimentary fiber optic Wi-Fi throughout the Hotel.
  • Historic Hotel of America, and listed on the National Trust
  • Room Service is available 24 hrs a day
  • Excellent hotel location in the heart of Historic Moravian Bethlehem, a National Historic Landmark District
  • Steps from quaint shops, charming boutiques, museums and great dining
  • Complimentary hotel shuttle to Lehigh Valley International Airport (ABE) (6am-11pm daily)
  • Check in after 4pm/Check out before 12pm
  • Parking $7/ night
  • Premier Bethlehem hotel accommodations
  • Award winning dining in 1741 on the Terrace, host of our award-winning Sunday Brunch, and casual dining in the Tap Room
  • Over 14,000 square feet of flexible meeting and banquet space – one of the finest in the Lehigh Valley
  • Expert Catering and Conference Team
  • AV equipment
  • Full service business center
  • Spacious Guest Room Work Desk
  • On-site fitness center complete with training and cardiovascular equipment
  • Nightly Turndown Service
  • Pet Friendly – additional $75/one pet per room, click here for details
  • Safe Deposit Boxes available at the Front Desk
  • Ice and soda machines
  • Express Checkout
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Weddings & Events

Restored to its original 1922 grandeur, Hotel Bethlehem is the perfect venue for your wedding reception, banquet or private party and special event.

Floor-to-ceiling palladium windows, painted murals and beautiful balconies provide an elegant 1920’s décor for the perfect wedding, banquet or an unforgettable special event.

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worth noting

Historic Hotel Bethlehem is located on one of the “Top 10 Main Streets” in the country according to U.S.A Today.

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Bethlehem Book

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A glossy 120 page coffee table book celebrates nearly 200 years of hospitality on the site of Bethlehem’s first house in 1741. The book features photographs taken by Pulitzer Prize winning photographer, Robin Hood.

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