Planning your wedding in the heart of Philadelphia? No place in the city beats “The Grande Dame of Broad Street” herself: the Hyatt at The Bellevue. Built in 1904, the Hyatt at The Bellevue reflects great American history and artistic culture.

Most brides and grooms love bragging about the intimate details of their wedding venue. If you choose this gem of a location for your big day, you’ll have plenty to brag about! For instance, did you know that The Bellevue has hosted every U.S. President since Theodore Roosevelt, and that its renowned French architectural style still features lighting fixtures designed by Thomas Edison himself?


Inside The Bellevue, your jaws will drop at the view from the infamous balcony, located on the hotel’s 19th floor in the hotel’s stunning restaurant, XIX (“Nineteen”). The balcony is a must for capturing breathtaking and picturesque moments with your new spouse.

Spin around to the sound of the music in the middle of the ballroom dance floor, surrounded by stunning architecture, crystal chandeliers, and romantic ambiance. After the cake is cut, take a five minute break from the festivities to venture outside and steal a kiss beneath the lights of Broad Street, with City Hall illuminated in the backdrop.

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