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All reviews upper west side central park family suite new york museum of natural history two blocks great neighborhood shared bathroom hardwood floors lincoln center around the corner street noise times square hudson river mini fridge subway station flat screen tv
We had booked two nights at the Hotel Belleclaire because of its location, reasonable price, and the very good reviews we’d seen. We were pleased to discover that everything lived up to or surpassed our expectations.
From the friendly greetings from Rebekah and Maria, to...More
I recently stayed at the Hotel Belleclaire for three nights. It's a gorgeous and quiet hotel on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Everyone that works there is friendly and attentive, and the rooms are actually pretty large for New York. The best part about...More
Thank erin d
Response from BelleclaireGM, Manager at Hotel BelleclaireResponded 26 August 2018
Dear Erin D,
We are thrilled to know that we are now your go-to hotel when traveling to NYC! Our team is dedicated to assist all of our guests to achieve full guests satisfaction! I will share your kind feedback with them.
We are humbled...More
We stayed at this hotel for two weeks.
A great location for those who like to be outside the crowdedness and noise.
Ten minutes from the Hudson River on the one hand and ten minutes from Central Park on the other.
We came to atend two nights of the tedeschi trucks residency at the beacon theater and the location of the Belleclaire could not be better! It is right down the street on the opposite side and you can even see the beacon marquee from the...More
Thank Nina C
Response from BelleclaireGM, Guest Relations Manager at Hotel BelleclaireResponded 1 week ago
Dear Valued Guest,
We are full of great surprises here at the Hotel Belleclaire and we are pleased that we were able to add something special to your 30th Birthday.
We are also great fans of the Tedeschi Truck band and we are thrilled that...More
I stayed in the Hotel Belleclaire for 5 nights from 30th September. Overall the location was great, the room was adequate and clean. However there was only one lift working for the duration of our stay and we were on the 7th floor. I did...More
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 …Moreguests, 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. Less
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US$155 - US$557 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Also Known As
Belleclaire Hotel New York City
Hotel Belleclaire New York
United States > New York > New York City > Upper West Side / Manhattan
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Room & Suite (575)
Business Centre & Event Rooms (4)
Family and Play Areas (1)
Upper West Side
Nestled between Central Park and the Hudson River, the Upper West Side offers iconic architecture and a quiet, residential respite from the buzzing energy of downtown. Along Central Park West are many of the city’s most iconic apartment buildings, as well as the American Museum of Natural History, which has been welcoming visitors to its historic exhibit halls for over 140 years. Culture fans will love Lincoln Center,
home to some of the world’s best opera, dance, film, and theatre performances, all centrally located around a beautiful fountain. Spanning the entire length of the Upper West Side, Riverside Park is ideal for a long, leisurely stroll in a quiet green space.
Response from TouchDown2000 | Reviewed this property |
There are numerous really nice bars in the immediate neighborhood of the Belleclaire - or restaurants with a separate bar area. You will have an easy time finding a whole range of bars - from basic neighborhood bars to more... More
There are numerous really nice bars in the immediate neighborhood of the Belleclaire - or restaurants with a separate bar area. You will have an easy time finding a whole range of bars - from basic neighborhood bars to more modern contemporary bars. Within an easy 5 minute walk you will find plenty of choices.
Response from barbara12november194 | Reviewed this property |
All I can say is that the five days we were there, we saw no mice. However, that said, the rooms are older and they told us they are being "updated and renovated." I would make sure you asked for one of those rooms. Also do... More
All I can say is that the five days we were there, we saw no mice. However, that said, the rooms are older and they told us they are being "updated and renovated." I would make sure you asked for one of those rooms. Also do NOT get a room on the 1st floor (actually the second floor of the hotel) on the street side. It was terribly noisy all night -- traffic, people standing on the street conversing, partying. I did not like that. I went with the "sometimes" boyfriend and I will not go back.
There are buses right to the Port Authority Manhattan terminal. I would catch one of these-just look onlne for how often they run-which is quite often. Then, if traveling alone you can simply catch an uptown bus or quick... More
There are buses right to the Port Authority Manhattan terminal. I would catch one of these-just look onlne for how often they run-which is quite often. Then, if traveling alone you can simply catch an uptown bus or quick subway ride which are run about every 10 minutes or less depending upon traffic. A taxi from the Port Authority Bus terminal will probably cost about $15 or more whereas the bus or subway will be about $5 for a roundtrip and if you visiting sites around NYC for a few days we will probably want a multiride subway pass-just go online to see maps/fares, etc. Buses and subway cars have A/C and as long as you are not traveling during rush hours when passengers are going to and from their jobs-seats will be available-otherwise expect to stand.
All the best,