A historic opera house has transformed into a newly renovated Bronx boutique hotel that has dropped its rates to as low as $89 per night.
Save up to 55% compared with Manhattan hotel prices when staying just north of the city at the Opera House Hotel. Check in to a king room over the following dates and receive daily continental breakfast and Wi-Fi:
Rooms with two queen beds are $20 more per night, or upgrade to a deluxe room with two queen beds for $40 more per night.
Situated in the Bronx, just a 20-minute subway ride from Midtown Manhattan, the hotel is conveniently located one block from the express metro station.
In 1913, the same Broadway architect who designed the Belasco and Apollo theaters built the Opera House, which "became a mainstay on the 'subway circuit' that played post-Broadway shows" (NY Daily News) and hosted celebrity performers including Houdini, the Marx Brothers and George Burns.
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