> Great location near central park and the red line
> Tea and coffee available
> Beautiful entrance hall with pleasant doormen
> Nice sized rooms with a nice bathroom, although it didn't have any "wow" factor
> Nice "freebies"
> Friendly staff
> The radiator pipes badly needed bleeding, we ended up using ear plugs
> The tea and coffee is in the entrance hall, which was slightly annoying. We asked for it in our room, and simply got given a kettle, so we had to 'steal' tea, milk and coffee from downstairs
> When asking for a kettle, they sent up three different people, only the latter of which knew what we wanted
> Room service is quite expensive
In general, I would say our stay there was 'fine'. Not bad, but not great. It would have been a lot better if the pipes hadn't kept us awake, although the place is old (1903 I think).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Surrounded by an eclectic array of cultural offerings, Hotel Belleclaire combines classic charm with modern conveniences in a landmark building designed by Emery Roth in 1903. Suitable for business and leisure guests, our Upper West Side hotel is ideally located near iconic New York attractions including Beacon Theatre, The American Museum of Natural History, Central Park and Lincoln Center. Additionally, the avenues surrounding the hotel contain some of the most prominent boutiques, restaurants and bars in the city. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Belleclaire Hotel New York City
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