Bella Vista was one of the first true Italian-American neighborhoods in the country and the Hotel Bella Vista is just as remarkable as its red sauce and cannoli-covered surroundings. Full of antique furnishings and brightly-colored art, this is one hotel you're not likely to forget.
Designed in an ornate, frequently neon style reminiscent of the grand homes of the Founding Fathers, Bella Vista would be worth a visit just to take a look inside. And that's before you consider its stand-out view of the Philly skyline. But it's also a delightful spot to rest your head. With both apartment-style suites and private rooms taken care of by a caring and personable staff, this is one place that can meet almost any need.
Want to learn more about the historic Italian neighborhood it's named after? Check out this video from Visit Philly.
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