We’ve heard of sleeping with the fishes, but the Hotel Elysée in New York City has something more cultural in mind. You can now nod off in suites newly renamed for playwright Tennessee Williams, composer Vladimir Horowitz or Czech playwright-politician Vaclav Havel. The deed was done on March 26, on what would have been Williams’ 102nd birthday. The hotel considers the three its most famous guests.

Each suite features photos, programs, letters and books from its namesake, and in Horowitz’s case, one of his pianos. Hotel Elysée, on East 54th Street between Park and Madison avenues, has meeting space for up to eight (seated). Take a look at the newly rechristened suites