In Season 2 of Mad Men, Don Draper lives at The Roosevelt Hotel for multiple episodes while he is having marital troubles – Betty threw him out. This Madison venue is an elegant old-school hotel built in 1924. It was at one time linked with Grand Central Terminal by an underground passage that connected the hotel to the train terminal. It was also to first to have a pet facility and child care service as well as the first in-house doctor. Though the Mad Men scenes were shot in LA, Don lives in the Roosevelt room with mahogany furniture.