We visited the Hotel Bethlehem for the first time to celebrate our 15th wedding anniversary. We enjoyed the soft background jazz music and the elegant ambiance of the room. The food was exquisite, although our biggest disappointment was with food temperature. The potato leek soup especially. It was like drinking delicious silk, but such a disappointment that it wasn't hot. Most of the buffet foods were a luke-warm temperature. If this can be solved, we would come back often. All in all, a wonderful experience.
Ambiance was great and the food was good.
It was a little bit of a draw back to have our server forget that my lady friend requested a raspberry mojito,
we made mention again only to receive after appetizers and dinner arrived.
Overall, I would in fact visit again because a setting of elegance and class embraces the hotel’ history.
As a long time user of Open Table, I found comfort in reserving dinner plans here. However, when settling up, the server informed me that I could not utilize a redeemable rewards card in the amount of $10.00
that I had selected to make applicable on this particular evening.
Although Tap Room at Hotel Bethlehem was a clear choice of restaurants on OT where point dinner rewards are applicable, server had never seen such a card worth value and returned momentarily only to advise that the restaurant did not participate in such a program.
We love the Hotel Bethlehem. We had our wedding reception there. Unfortunately, our Valentine’s Day dinner was thoroughly disappointing. The food wasn’t great...especially for the price. Service was wonderful, though.
Great Valentine’s Day buffett. They made everyone feel special by giving the women corsages . Food selection was awesome and they even included a glass of champagne. An overall excellent experience.
Great Sunday Brunch for Valentine's day. From shrimp, to smoked salmon to Prime Rib. Everything is delicious, and was groaning with delight from my first bite to the last.
Excellent buffet brunch. The number and variety of options is well above average and there is attention paid to small details. At $40 per adult it's not cheap but it is worth the price.
We enjoyed our entire stay at Hotel Bethlehem (3 days). The staff were all so nice and accommodation to our needs. Everyone was friendly and the hotel rooms are beautiful. The Sunday Brunch was out of this world. Our only complaint was that we couldn't fit more in our stomachs! It was an amazing experience
and we cannot wait to return.
Thursday night Jazz is the best! The menu is excellent. Good beer and wine
The entertainment was quite nice, Thursday night, service very good as usual, Pub fare, we enjoyed.
Atmosphere , food (meatloaf absolutely will order again) and great service . Beautiful, unique hotel surroundings. A favorite place to bring friends for lunch or dinner.
The service was very good, the ambiance is lovely, but the food is overpriced and mediocre.
The service was above average, the Pub style food was excellent, overall enjoy very much.
The Hotel Bethlehem has a delightful atmosphere with a great menu. Presentation a 5 star. I highly recommend this place.
The wait staff was awesome, always there with a new drink or to clear your plates. The food was hot which is not always easy for a buffet.
Not worth the money. New years eve brunch buffet. There was no music or champagne toast as promised. When we asked about the champagne toast we got an inadequate response and no champagne. Food looked promising but many dishes were cold. Enjoyed the French toast but otherwise not nearly worth $60 a head plus tip plus wine. Would not recommend.