Historic Hotel Bethlehem
437 Main Street, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18018
Local Phone: 610-625-5000 Hotel Bethlehem Lobby Image Hotel Bethlehem Logo
(855) 264-2598

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Hotel Bethlehem hosts numerous Associations in various capacities, ranging from large conferences to meetings—weekly, monthly, annually—to dinners.

Whether it is local, national, or global/international, Hotel Bethlehem’s 14,000+ square feet of meeting space can accommodate your unique conference needs. Those attending an event at our downtown Bethlehem hotel will enjoy the luxurious amenities of the historic hotel, as well as the amenities of Main Street, including quaint shops and a multitude of restaurants within walking distance. Let us help you plan your next big meeting or event.

Start planning your association meeting or event here.

 


Enjoy the AM and PM breaks

Select the perfect break for your next meeting. From the healthy nut to the cookie break, we have a wide selection of breaks available to choose from for your meeting. Having a break available for your attendees allows you to enjoy the day in a relaxing atmosphere.

Plan your next meeting with us, and enjoy first class service and attention to detail from the start to finish of your meeting.

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Hotel History

Opened since 1922, our Hotel offers a variety of history that all can enjoy.

From famous Presidents to famous musicians, we have had hundreds of celebrities and political figures stay with us over the years.

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worth noting

Recently named #3 Best Historic Hotel in the U.S. by USA Today 10BEST
Located on one of the Top 10 Main Streets in the country according to USA Today

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Historic Hotel Bethlehem is affiliated with Historic Hotels of America, a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

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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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