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Mark Twain, Babe Ruth and Maxim Gorky are only a few of the distinguished guests who have walked the halls of this Upper West Side's landmark property. Constructed in 1903, this historic New York City hotel was among the first luxurious skyscrapers in the city and was considered the "fullest example yet of the Art Nouveau and Secession styles" (New York Times).
Today, guests of the Belleclaire can enjoy whispers of the golden era with the comfort of modern services and amenities. Services include complimentary coffee and pastries each morning, free Wi-Fi access, high-tech meeting rooms and a 24-hour fitness center. This family- and business-friendly property also gives guests access to a media lounge, which houses two arcade stations with thousands of games, as well as Mac and PC computers.
The hotel's grand paneled lobby features the building's original skylight and mosaic-tiled floors, as well as a charming, European-style coffee bar. Each cozy guest room is outfitted with laminate wood flooring, flat-screen TVs and mini fridges for guests' convenience.
Though there are no restaurants or bars on-site at the Belleclaire, there are plenty of options for dining in this quiet, Upper West Side neighborhood. The hotel is also situated among some of the city's best entertainment and sightseeing. Just a 15-minute walk can bring you to the iconic Central Park, Riverside Park, Lincoln Center or the American Museum of Natural History.
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