Upper West Side
250 West 77th Street, New York City, NY, USA, 10024
Hotel: public parking, fitness centre, café, lounge, coffee/tea, media centre, 24-hour front desk, concierge, cleaning services, accessibility features.
Room: free WiFi, pets not allowed, non-smoking, air-conditioning, flat-screen TV, pay-per-view channels, C.O. Bigelow bath products, Frette linens, laptop safe, desk and ergonomic chair.
Hotel BelleclaireHotel Belleclaire is a 4-star mid-range hotel in the residential Upper West Side area of Manhattan. Designed by Emery Roth in 1903, this is one of New York City’s landmarks, which is known to host prominent guests like Mark Twain and Babe Ruth. Situated in the more low-key district of the city, its guests will have relatively quick access to Central and Riverside Parks, and can make the most out of their renovated rooms with complimentary WiFi, access to their private 24-hour gym, media centre and more.
There are 244 non-smoking rooms and suites, which also include accessible rooms, family suites, and the 360-sq-foot Mark Twain Suite, inspired by the famous author and once a guest of the hotel among other celebrities.
Belleclaire’s room amenities include free WiFi and a flat-screen TV, C.O. Bigelow amenities and luxurious Frette linens, as well as laminate-wood floors, a desk with ergonomic chair and often a red padded headboard. Cribs are available on request as well, but pets are not allowed.
In addition to that, the Belleclaire also offers overnight shoeshine service, daily newspapers, and complimentary hot chocolate and tea or fruit punch and ice tea in the lobby from 1pm-11pm daily, depending on the season.
Although they don’t have an on-site restaurant, breakfast is served each morning in the lobby. Other in-house amenities include a media lounge equipped with arcade games and 27-inch Mac computers, and a 24-hour fitness centre with cardio machines and free weights.
Finally, the hotel also offers concierge services for ways to discover nearby landmarks like Beacon Theatre, The American Museum of Natural History, Central Park and Lincoln Center. The closest subway station is a couple of blocks away, 79th St Station.
Overall, this TripAdvisor-accredited and historic hotel is a great option for both leisure and corporate NYC travellers looking for something more low-key and with a vintage vibe.
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