The History of Hotel Edison
Delve into the rich history of Hotel Edison from its beginnings in 1931 as an art deco masterpiece, through its many famous guests and movie appearances to its recent remodeling and the addition of the Signature Collection.
"Let there be Light"
Thomas Alva Edison himself turns on the lights at the grand opening of Hotel Edison. The hotel has proudly held the name of this famed American inventor to this day.
The combination of Hotel Edison’s prime location in the heart of Times Square and its smashing Art Deco style attracts a host of media to use the timeless glamour of the hotel as a backdrop.
Tony Pastor performs at Hotel Edison
Hotel Edison's hallway is filmed in "The Godfather".
"Naked City" detective, Adam Flint Makes out with his girlfriend in fron of the hotel
Jack Warden and John Cusack walk down the hotel's hallway in "Bullets over Broadway".
Art Deco is still in vogue
Hotel Edison sets the trend in reviving the elegance of old New York City. Welcome to a world awash with Gotham's bygone glamour. Here, gentility is alive and well and smashing Art Deco style is still in vogue.
The Edison Ballroom reopens after Glen & Company redo the interior to the original Art Deco elements.
Hotel Edison adds its newly remodeled Signature Collection guest rooms and suites which are themselves works of art, capturing the romance of the past while looking to the future. Pairing New York City's signature sophistication with a luxury all of our own. These new accommodations are a glamorous toast to the golden age of travel.