• Neighborhood

    Hotel Elysée

    • Oct 14, 2013

    • By:Michelle Esposito

    For those who have not yet been fortunate enough to enjoy Hotel Elysée, it can be best described as a luxurious, yet intimate French experience mere steps from Central Park. Built in the 1920’s, Hotel Elysée is named for one of the finest French restaurants of that time and entering the hotel is like traveling back to a 20th Century oasis. Formerly a residence for movie stars, artists, writers and intellectuals, Hotel Elysée has maintained the offerings of an elegant sanctuary away from the bustling streets outside.

    As one of four hotels featured as part of the Library Hotel Collection, the boutique hotel offers the personal services of some of the most distinctive bed and breakfasts that are oftentimes lost during a stay at a larger, Manhattan hotel. With complimentary amenities that include Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, continental breakfast, an evening wine and hors d’oeuvres reception, 24-hour reception, limousine/sedan arrangements and reservations for shows, restaurants and tours, the staff at Hotel Elysée always go the extra step to ensure that your stay is as worry-free as possible.

    Truly, Hotel Elysée is fit for a king. Regardless of whether or not royal lineage flows through your family’s history, it sure flows through the doors of Hotel Elysée.