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Hotel Belleclaire
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250 W 77th St New York, NY 10024
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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.

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Ornate 1903 hotel has sleek, wood-floored quarters plus a trendy lounge, with free WiFi throughout.- Google
People talk about beacon theatre, valet parking, mini refrigerator, fitness center and private bathrooms
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Jessica McQuay
reviewed 5 months ago
Hotel Belleclaire is a clean, friendly, well-run hotel. The staff couldn't do enough for us. Each conversation with any staff member was with eye contact, a calm pleasant voice and a smile. They instantly made us feel at ease and welcome, and made sure anything we were worried about was taken care of -- our cars/parking, our bags, whether we needed a bathroom, water/tea. It was refreshing to have such excellent service in a world where it's becoming increasingly rare to find! The room (four of us shared a room with two double beds) was cozy, but enough room for us to comfortably come back at the end of the night and relax. The beds weren't the best I've ever slept in, but it was fine for a night. And the room and bathroom were immaculate. Congratulations on a job very well done, Hotel Belleclaire!
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George Throop
reviewed 2 months ago
LOVED IT!! Wonderful staff, I loved the Upper West Side location, and the view from the ultra-lovely Mark Twain Room out onto Broadway was a dream!!
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James Beswick
reviewed 12 months ago
Although centrally located in the heart of the Upper West Side, the rooms are so tiny that unpacking a bag becomes a problem and opening the bathroom door to use the toilet isn't possible either. The two elevators are the smallest working human elevators I've seen in real life - they are more like 'dumb waiters'. For two days our hot water didn't run and we couldn't get the air conditioner to work. The walls are pretty thin so noise from adjacent rooms is annoying. The Internet connection, although complimentary, frequently reported "too many connections" so it wasn't possible to use as a reliable business connection. The lobby is spacious and the front desk is friendly but unless location is everything to you, I'd recommend other hotels in the price range for a little more space and reliability of the amenities.
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Sheldon Corbett
reviewed 6 months ago
For our first trip to NYC, we chose the Hotel Belleclaire for its proximity to the Beacon Theatre, where Steely Dan was doing a 7-night stand. We were delighted by the neighbourhood and all the stuff within easy walking distance: Central Park, Met Museum, American Museum of Natural History, Lincoln Centre - we even walked home from the Times Square area one night in about 40 minutes. There are also subway stations nearby at 79th and 72nd Streets. It would also be easy to hail a cab on Broadway, but we relied on the subway or walking to get around. The hotel is very clean and comfortable. Our room was smallish, but completely serviceable, and had a fridge but no microwave or coffee maker. Coffee is available for sale in the morning in the lobby. There were only 4 channels on the tv, but you don't really come to New York to watch tv, do you? The ice water and Iced tea always available in the lobby were a nice touch. Although we didn't have a lot of interaction with them, the staff were friendly and helpful. The hotel seems to be (according to other reviews as well) under constant renovation - we were awakened more than one morning by construction workers more or less right outside our window - but you don't come to New York to sleep, do you? There are quite a few nice restaurants in the area - for low-cost decent food, we could recommend The Chirping Chicken (for chicken, obviously); Freddie and Pepper's for great pizza, La Caridad for Cuban-Chinese (yes, that's a thing)- on the pricier side, there's Serafina right across the street and Cafe Luxembourg a few blocks down. There were many other interesting-looking places in the area that we didn't get a chance to check out this time around. There's a great grocery store, the Westside Market, right around the corner, where you can get room snacks, delicious baking, etc. Sadly, Big Nick's, a long-time burger and pizza place on the ground floor of the hotel, facing Broadway, has closed, apparently due to an unworkable increase in rent from the hotel. We would gladly stay at the Hotel Belleclaire again - the price was right and the location was perfect for us.
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Kombat Flix
reviewed 8 months ago
Stayed at The Hotel Belleclaire during a recent visit to NYC with my girlfriend. Prior to arriving at Belleclaire we spent two exciting but hectic nights in the theatre district before moving our way up the island to this location. We took the subway from 42nd Street to 72nd Street and walked a few blocks to the hotel. Being the naive NYC traveler from California I guess I thought everywhere in NYC was relatively busy, until we arrived in this part of town. We walked to the hotel actually able to hear each others words on the sidewalk without screaming them, and even saw parents walking with their kids who were riding their bikes or scooters. The two of us made it to the lobby of the hotel and were immediately greeted by staff. Check in was fast and easy and I was surprised to see little extras like water and what looked to be lemonade offered to travelers waiting around. The elevator doors were quite cramped, which is a red flag to any wheelchair users, as well as the front door to enter the room. The room itself was well put together and looked very clean as well as the bathroom and shower. Hardwood floor was throughout our room and looked to be well maintained. Overall, I can say if I get the opportunity to visit NYC again soon, HB will be on the top of my list of hotels to possibly spend my trip at. If you enjoy small low key boutique hotels, I'd recommend this spot. Caution. There was a metal boarder around the edge of our bed that could possibly turn dangerous if you stub your toe or have anything unfortunate occur while not wearing shoes around it. Be careful.
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Eran Argov
reviewed 11 months ago
Stayed there for six days great service, large and comfortable room (please note that there are small rooms also) . The only problem worth mention is the luck of hot water in the bath sometime, It takes the water 10 minutes to warm up. There is a close supermarket nearby and also a subway line.


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Looking to experience a night of jazz in ‪#‎NYC‬, the jazz capital of the world?! Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola at Lincoln Center, located on Broadway at 60th Street, is near the Hotel Belleclaire! This club presents the best live jazz performances; seven nights a week with terrific views of Central Park and Columbus Circle in the Time Warner Center!
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