social groups

Enjoy planning your next social gathering in one of unique meeting rooms or ballrooms

Our packages allow you to customize your social event to meet all of your expectations for your guests. With over 14,000 square feet of event space, you are sure to find the atmosphere for your event.


The Grand Ballroom

Beautiful balconies and large arched mirrors make the magnificent Grand Ballroom one of the most exquisite grand banquet rooms in the Lehigh Valley.

  • Seats up to 250 for banquets and special events
  • Elegant, charming 1920’s décor
  • Two balcony rooms can be sectioned off for smaller space requirements for before-dinner receptions or small meetings
The Mural Ballroom

Seven large murals, painted by George Gray, retell the history of Bethlehem. In particular, the story of how Count Zinzendorf and other early settlers met on Christmas Eve in 1741 in a crude cabin on the site now occupied by the hotel, and named the city of Bethlehem, emblazons an entire wall. The columns in the ballroom provide a colonial atmosphere for events.

  • Seats up to 140 for banquets and special events
  • Elegant, charming 1920’s décor
  • Recently renovated
Meeting Rooms

Located on the mezzanine and third floor are 7 various sized meeting rooms that provide quaint banquet space for all types of events.

  • Mezzanine Level: Lehigh & Lafayette are the premier meeting rooms that can seat up to 30 guests
  • 3rd Floor Level: 5 meetings rooms that vary in size, that can seat 30-50 guests
hotel-bethlehem-chef

Executive Chef Michael Adams

Award Winning Cuisine

Enjoy dining with us in our restaurants or for a banquet event. Chef Adam has won the hotel numerous awards for our cuisine, that everyone can truly enjoy.

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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 wining photographer, Robin Hood.

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