If you have a taste for memorabilia, great architecture, or classic New York charm, try the Belleclaire Hotel, a mid-range boutique hotel at 250 West 77th Street on New York's Upper West Side. A skyscraper in its day, the hotel was an early Beaux-Arts / Art Deco work by the famed American architect Emery Roth. During the Belleclaire's fashionable days, notable guests included Mark Twain, Babe Ruth, and Maxim Gorky. This landmark hotel, with its corner tower and carved facade, was saved from ruin, renovated, and skillfully refurbished in 2008. The new lobby, crowned with a 40-foot atrium, blends modern and Edwardian chic with the classical accents of the hotel's original tile-mosaic flooring.
Accommodation for Every Taste
Accommodation ranges from attractive rooms to themed suites and tower arrangements with near-circular views. Business travelers enjoy free access to the business center, and can book the Broadway meeting room. The hotel is wheelchair accessible and family friendly, with no charge for children under sixteen. Guests also enjoy a 24-hour fitness center. A concierge service arranges tours and reservations for guests.
A Popular Place
On the Upper West Side, Belleclaire Hotel is centrally located amongst fashionable boutiques, street cafes and restaurants. The hotel is also just a few blocks from the iconic attractions of Central Park and the Museum of Natural History, and within walking distance of the Lincoln Center.KAYAK
24 hour front desk
Pets not allowed
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