Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Alcazar opened in October, 1923, as a posh residential hotel, hosting local socialites and bold-face names from New York and Hollywood, including Bob Hope, Cole Porter (said to have written ?Night and Day? while in residence), Jack Benny, Johnny Weissmuller, and Mary Martin. Today, The Alcazar draws residents and guests from far and wide -- as adults 55+ make our apartments their permanent homes, while Extended Stay corporate visitors and B&B tourists stay in our furnished rooms and full-kitchened apartments. All accommodations feature very flexible lease terms -- for a night, a week, a month, or longer! This Cleveland Heights landmark is located in a leafy, residential neighborhood, within easy walking distance to restaurants, a major grocery store, coffee shops, bakeries, bookshop, RTA bus stops and a dry cleaners ? yet is just minutes away from the world-class cultural, medical, and educational facilities of Cleveland?s University Circle. Our convenient location offers easy access, via mass transit (RTA), to Playhouse Square, Downtown Cleveland?s Convention Center, Horseshoe Casino, Rock Hall, Science Museum , and Hopkins International Airport.