The place is beautiful and we felt fortunate to get reservations on graduation weekend. Then the service was spotty and the menu was way too limited. Some in our party we're happy, but still not sure we'll return.
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The historic Hotel Bethlehem is a fantastic architectural piece of Bethlehem. It is continuously beautifully decorated and a pleasure to visit. The Tap Room bar off the lobby has light fare and entertainment, some evenings. 1741 on the Terrace offers fine dining in a lovely...More
Coming to the 1742 on the Terrace is a delightful experience. When I walk in the door and Francoise is working, I immediately feel at home. Francoise welcomes me like a friend or family member into a home. She always has a smile on her...More
The 1741, located in the Historic Bethlehem Hotel on Main street, is not to be missed. Huge main room with Moravian tile floors (which apparently were discovered only recently during their renovations and after they removed the carpeting) and floor to ceiling windows. The menu...More
The interior of this restaurant is beautiful and speaks to the historic attractiveness of the hotel. It has about 20 tables(not all filled) and, the night we went, 3 wait staff (and 2 managers?) They seemed frazzled (which I really don't get) super friendly but...More
This was our 3rd Christmas Eve dinner in the 1741 room. The hotel and the dinning room were decorated exquisitely. The food was just average. Our food was mediocre and a bit on the cold side and we were disappointed in the service. It was...More
Both service and food were excellent....the atmosphere was warm and inviting....like being in Victorian times. The hotel also has a lovely gift shop with fabulous items.
We celebrated our Holiday Family Day at the Historic Hotel Bethlehem yesterday. It was outstanding on every single level. Simply put, the food, service and ambiance were all magnificent. A special treat for the youngest member of our family (aged 6) who enjoyed being the...More
The room and location are wonderful. We dined on a Saturday during the heart of Bethlehem's Christmas season, and were glad we had reserved weeks in advance. It's a famed hotel with many private events going on, and I feared it would suffer the "hotel...More