Conveniently located between Park and Madison Avenues on East 54th Street, the Hotel Elysee is within a ten minute walk of many of Midtown Manhattan’s must-see tourist attractions. Guests can easily stroll to Central Park, Times Square, the Museum of Modern Art and Rockefeller Center which houses Radio City Music Hall and the NBC Studios. The hotel is surrounded by world-class shopping on Madison and Fifth Avenue. Dozens of excellent dining options including Eric Ripert’s renowned restaurant Le Bernardin are within five blocks of the property. The hotel’s restaurant The Monkey Bar serves lunch and dinner and room service is also available.
The Hotel Elysee was built in the 1920s and has hosted many illustrious guests over the years including artists, movie stars and business moguls. The property offers 87 rooms and 13 suites, all of which are non-smoking. All accommodations feature complimentary wifi, iHome docking stations, flat-screen TVs, bathrobes, slippers and marble bathrooms with Gilchrist and Soames bath products. Kitchenettes and terraces are available in select guestrooms.
Guests will enjoy many complimentary amenities at this midtown Manhattan hotel such as a free daily deluxe continental breakfast and a weeknight wine and cheese reception served in the Club Room. The hotel provides free bottled water and Leonidas chocolate to guests upon arrival and complimentary coffee, tea, fruit and snacks are available throughout the day. Guests looking to fit in a workout will be provided with free daily passes to the New York Sports Club. A selection of free newspapers including copies of the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal are available every morning. Wireless internet access is available throughout the hotel and in all the guestrooms free of charge. The hotel also offers concierge services, nightly turn-down service and same day laundry services.
Hotel Elysee was built in the 1920’s and is named after of the finest French Restaurants of that era. Then and now, the hotel has been home to movie stars, artists, writers and intellectuals. Since the 1930's, it has been occupied by Tennessee Williams, Ava Gardner, Joe Dimaggio, Vladimir Horowitz, Marlon Brando, the Gish sisters, Dame Margot Fontayn and Harold Robbins.