The Hotel Edison: The Godfather of Hotels

Named after the father of electricity Thomas Edison, who himself turned on the lights to this charming hotel in 1931, when the Hotel Edison first began its rich historical journey beyond compare. Known for housing many Broadway and Hollywood celebrities and in whose hallways the movies “The Godfather” and “Bullets over Broadway” were filmed, the Hotel Edison with its walls of rich art décor stands a stone throw away from Times Square and Broadway, and mere footsteps away from other exciting New York tourists’ attractions.
Rooms with Rich History
1. The guest rooms are works of art, where the past meets the present advancing into the future.
2. The Edison Ballroom still swinging from the Swing Era with nights of solid live entertainment and enjoyment.
3. Wining and dining can be done at any of the hotel’s three restaurants and bars with live jazz performances in the “Rum House” – cocktail lounge
Unbelievable Service
Excellent concierge service with courteous staff who are able to get you those “too-hard-to-get” tickets for theater, sports and entertainment. Efficient service with express signature check-in/out.
The Hotel Edison proving itself as the godfather of all times

Category: Hotels
Address: 228 West 47th Street
Phone: 1-800-637-7070
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