The grand Bronx-area opera house reinvented as a charming boutique hotel.
This former opera house, which dates back to 1913, attests to the heyday of the Bronx. Back in the day, stately mansions were occupied by the upper crust of New York City society, and their frequent pastimes (theater and the performing arts) made this borough one of the most sought-after destinations of the time. Numerous elements of the building's original structure have been preserved, including the façade, neo-classical detailing, artwork and moldings. Now a 60-room hotel, the building also includes modern essentials. In the guest rooms, earth tones, rich red florals, leather, gauzy tan curtains and modern sitting areas make for a soothing and comfortable stay. Amenities include contemporary Wi-Fi, microwaves and refrigerators, as well as marble bathrooms with luxury bath accessories. A free breakfast each morning, conference rooms and a fully equipped exercise room add value.
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