Historic Roosevelt Hotel in Manhattan! - Haunted Heritage Hotel
While I do recommend to check out this hotel because of the pretty décor and rich history, I do not recommend to stay here because of outdated rooms and not always the best service. Also, people say it is haunted.
Here I am inside the hotel..
Very beautiful décor!
Outside of hotel.
Some cool historical facts about the hotel:
The Roosevelt Hotel was the first to incorporate store fronts instead of lounges in its sidewalk facades due to the Prohibition era.
The Roosevelt Hotel used to be linked with Grand Central Terminal by way of an underground passage that connected the hotel to the train terminal.
The Roosevelt housed the first guest pet facility and child care service in The Teddy Bear Room and had the first in-house doctor.
Conrad Hilton purchased the Roosevelt in 1943 and he chose the Roosevelt's Presidential Suite as his home. It was his favorite hotel.
The Roosevelt hotel in 1947 became the first hotel to have a television set in every room.
Also, at the hotel they have cute little rooftop bar called Mad 46, which is located on a 19th floor.