Everything about the hotel was wonderful with the exception of dinner at Buddy V's. We were in the restaurant for our 5:30 reservation prior to an 8:00 show at the event center. Our party was 11 people and the restaurant was practically empty when we got there. However we did not receive our food until 7:30 p.m leaving us practically no time to eat before the show. 3 of our party got tired of waiting and left before the food finally came out. Pasta was not fully cooked, rabe was cold, chicken parm was dry, sea bass portions were very small for the price and dry, I had to ask the waitress 3 times for additional bread and we were so rushed we were not able to enjoy any part of the meal. Several of us complained to the manager of the long wait for our food and all we got were apologies...nothing offered to compensate us for our totally unacceptable experience in both food and service. I would not chooses this restaurant under any circumstances until they get their act together. I have since found out that these issues have existed for awhile and heard many complaints from other guests of this hotel. Other than this unfortunate situation, we loved everything else about the hotel and event center and would certainly return...food court is great too!! We would have been better off eating there. It would have been better food and much cheaper!!
Traveller from Delaware
Situated near the airport, this spa resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of SteelStacks and National Museum of Industrial History …More
Bethlehem was founded in eastern Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley by a group of Moravians and the city's oldest building houses the Moravian Museum. Other well-preserved buildings from the 18th century stand in The Colonial Industrial Quarter, while the city's more recent connection to steel is captured at the Steelworkers' Archives.