Wednesday, January 1, 2014
Hotel Commodore - New York, New York
Right at Grand Central Terminal - Martin Sweeny, President
Plan Now to Visit New York's World's Fair and Stay at The Commodore.
Mailed from New York to Mrs. D.A. Cultorey of New Bedford, Massachusetts on March 3, 1933:
Arrived all right no snow here. We are on the big warm 16th floor. We are going to an Italian restaurant & then to see a musical comedy.
Much love - Ellie
The Hotel Commodore one of the most celebrated landmarks on Manhattan's busy midtown East Side - is right in the heart of the leading business, shopping and entertainment centers. It contains 2000 large, comfortable outside rooms. Each with private bath. Its 4 from restaurants include the beautiful Century Room, home of America's famous "name bands". A friendly welcome, courteous and considerate service have earned it a nationwide reputation as "New York's most hospitable hotel".
Mailed from New York, New York to Fred J. Kirkpatrick of Fort Plain, New York on April 3, 1951:
Am kept very busy here and I am finding out a lot about criminal - Regards - Felix Aulisi
New York's Best Located Hotel
In the Heart of the City
Right at Grand Central and Air Lines Terminals
Martin Sweeny, President
This famous midtown East Side landmark is right next door to Grand Central Terminal (at left in photo). Note the Park Avenue Ramp in the foreground which bridges 42nd Street and leads to the Commodore's famous Motorists' Entrance (center) up out of traffic at the side of the building. A registration desk exclusively for motorists is just inside the entrance.
Park Avenue at 42nd Street
New York, New York 10017
The Hotel Commodore, located in Midtown Manhattan on the fashionable East Side..."New York's Best Hotel Buy."
The Commodore, one of the four distinguished Grand Central Hotels, is located on New York's East Side - 42nd Street at Park Avenue. The hotel has long been a favorite rendezvous of New Yorkers and visitors alike. Many of the city's major office building are in the Grand Central area, and Fifth Avenue shopping, sight-seeing, Rockefeller Center and the theatre district are an easy stroll away. A connecting arcade links The Commodore to Grand Central Terminal and the Pan Am Building heliport. Penn Station is only 7 minutes away.
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