Located in the heart of Historic Bethlehem, the Conference Center boasts 5000 Sq. feet of premier off site meeting space. Whether you need a boardroom that can accommodate 10 for a business meeting or a conference room for 80, the Main Street Executive Conference Center can provide space less than a block up.
The Churchill Room, with dual screens, house sound and a confidence monitor will host 80 guests in various settings. The five breakout rooms – Ford, Edison, Chrysler, Heller, and Earhart provide additional space for your meeting. The Schwab Cafe provides the same breakfast and lunch cuisine as that of the primary meeting space at the hotel from its self contained kitchened facility.
Each meeting space includes State of the Art Technology from dual screens to house sound and complimentary dedicated WIFI. The Conference Center has everything that you will need to host your next business meeting.
The ECC creates the ideal environment for team collaborations to board meetings. All the charm that you would expect from Historic Hotel Bethlehem and the amenities to make your meetings successful you will find here at the Hotel Bethlehem Executive Conference Center.
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About our Center
British politician and statesman known for his leadership of the United Kingdom during the second World War. Widely regarded as one of the great wartime leaders in addition he served in the British Army during WWI was a historian, writer artist that won the Nobel Prize in Literature. Churchill visited Bethlehem Steel in 1929 and stayed at the Hotel before borrowing CEO Charles Schwab’s private railroad car to tour the US and Canada.
Charles M. Schwab, a disciple of Andrew Carnegie at U.S. Steel Corporation, acquired majority interest in Bethlehem Iron Company, located across the Lehigh River in South Bethlehem. In 1904 Schwab changed the company’s name to Bethlehem Steel Corporation and assumed the dual roles of President and chairman of the board of directors. Schwab was the inventor of the “I” beam which was used to build Schwab’s vision for a grand hotel in Downtown Bethlehem in 1922.
Henry Ford was an American industrialist, the founder of the Ford Motor Company, and the sponsor of the development of the assembly line technique of mass production. A frequent guest of Bethlehem Steel Founder Charles M. Schwab and Hotel Bethlehem.
Walter Chrysler was also an American automotive industry executive and founder of Chrysler Corporation. One of the noteworthy guests during the early days of Hotel Bethlehem along side Henry Ford and Thomas Edison.
Thomas Edison was also a guest of Charles Schwab at Historic Hotel Bethlehem. He developed many devices that greatly influenced life around the world, including the phonograph, the motion picture camera, and the long-lasting, practical electric light bulb.
Amelia Earhart was an American aviation pioneer and author visiting the hotel as honoree of Bethlehem Rotary Club of 1928. Earhart was the first female aviator 4 years later to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. She received the U.S. Distinguished Flying Cross for this record.
William J. Heller, an instrumental Hotel leader in the early days of Hotel Bethlehem, and was the first President of Hotel Bethlehem Hotel Corporation from 1921 until 1933.
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Elegant hotel accommodations in Bethlehem Pennsylvania
Historic Hotel Bethlehem features 125 elegantly restored guest rooms, suites all packed with amenities – with spectacular views of Historic Moravian Behtlehem, a National Historic Landmark District, Downtown Bethlehem’s Main Street and the iconic Bethlehem star in the mountain.
Historic Hotel Bethlehem is affiliated with Historic Hotels of America, a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
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.
Voted #1 Best Historic Hotel by Readers of USA Today 10Best
Honored by AAA for Exceptional Cleanliness
Awarded as a TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice
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