59 West 44th Street, New York City, NY, USA, 10036
Hotel: public parking, fitness centre, restaurant, café, breakfast available, coffee/tea, business services, 24-hour front desk, express check-in/check-out, concierge, baggage storage, cleaning services.
Room: free WiFi, pets allowed, non-smoking, air-conditioning, flat-screen TV, premium channels, Beekman 1802 bath products, bathrobe, ironing facilities, lighted make-up mirror, work area, safe.
Algonquin HotelAlgonquin Hotel is a AAA Four Diamond luxury hotel near Times Square, in Midtown Manhattan . Its Art Deco heritage dates back to 1902, for which it also bears a New York City Historic Landmark status. Other than its permanent and “the most important” resident the Algonquin Cat called Hamlet, guests can expect luxury room amenities, renowned on-site restaurant and bar, as well as fitness and business facilities.
There are 181 non-smoking guestrooms in this boutique hotel, with renovations made in early 2012. This includes standard rooms of 165 sq feet in size, all the way to lavish 440-sq-foot suites and an even bigger John Barrymore Premier Suite on the second floor.
Standard room amenities include complimentary WiFi, a flat-screen TV with premium channels, safe, work area, ironing facilities, lighted make-up mirror, Beekman 1802 bath products, and bathrobe. Cribs are available free of charge. Babysitting service and rollaway beds are available for a surcharge. As hinted above, pets are allowed at the Algonquin too, for an additional fee.
The residence also has a 24-hour fitness centre and a business centre. Dining-wise, the Algonquin Hotel is home to a restaurant called The Round Table, which has been serving American cuisine since the early days.
There’s also The Blue Bar, one of the best and most iconic hotel bars in NYC that opened at the demise of Prohibition in 1933. It also serves lunch and dinner.
The hotel’s popularity is also bred by its central location, which is just steps from Broadway Theaters, Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Museum of Modern Art and the Empire State Building.
Overall, the Algonquin is suitable for both business and leisure-minded guests who are willing to pay a premium to be a part of the rich heritage.
Published On: 2005-11-25
Updated On: 2019-02-25
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