A Century Later, History Comes to Life

The historic Bronx Opera House has been a cherished establishment in the South Bronx over the last century. The transcendent performances of Harry Houdini, the Marx Brothers, John and Lionel Barrymore, Eddie Cantor, David Warfield, and George Burns, to name a few, have immortalized the former theatre. One hundred years since its inception, it has been restored from its past glory, with the newly-renovated Hotel preserving the beauty of the former Bronx Opera House.

Our goal is to make our guests feel as important as the great performers the Opera House was built to accommodate. The Opera House Hotel offers an unparalleled experience when traveling to New York City, with impeccable service, spacious rooms and intriguing décor that relives history. Just one block from the #2 and #5 express lines at the 3rd Avenue – 149th Street subway station, and one-and-a-half miles from Yankee Stadium, the Opera House Hotel is located in the heart of the South Bronx, allowing guests fast and easy access to Manhattan and neighboring boroughs of New York City.

Aside from the many activities and attractions in the area, the Bronx Opera House Hotel itself provides a rich history of theater and entertainment, and has been considered its own attraction. With sophisticated rooms and a scenic lobby, the Opera House Hotel will leave guests fascinated, intrigued, and welcomed. Our spacious, newly-decorated luxury boutique rooms meet the needs of all high-end travelers at affordable prices for everyone to enjoy. Complimentary continental breakfast is served daily for all guests, and tea and coffee can be found on the mezzanine level twenty-four hours a day for those who wish to break up their busy day from shopping at the local stores or returning from a Yankees game.

Parking is available to guests on a first come, first serve basis. Guests may call ahead to check availability for reservations.