Stay at a Historic NYC Hotel
A Landmark Address
Hotel Belleclaire was built on a grand foundation. Our historic NYC hotel was commissioned by Albert Saxe and designed by noted architect Emery Roth in 1903. One of the flashiest hotels on the Upper West Side, our landmark NYC hotel was once referred to as a skyscraper on Broadway and was first amid the most luxurious buildings in the city. Roth combined Beaux Arts principles with Art Nouveau-Secessionist style that is worthy of landmark status.
Famous past guests include Maxim Gorky, Mark Twain and Babe Ruth. Visit Hotel Belleclaire to be immersed in the golden era while indulging in a wide array of modern services and amenities in the prestigious Upper West Side neighborhood.