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Algonquin Hotel Round Table - 3 Reviews - 59 W 44th St, New York, NY - Bars, Pubs & Clubs Reviews - Phone (212) 840-6800

Algonquin Hotel Round Table

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59 W 44th St
New York, NY 10036
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(212) 840-6800
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Algonquin Hotel Round Table - New York, NY
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The room was small and the bathroom was tiny. The staff here, especially those at the front desk, were nice and accommodating. The bed in our room was awesome! The location is goo...

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The Hotel lobby itself is beautiful but the performance space is very cramped and claustrophobic feeling. Prices are suprisingly high for awful food. There were only abou...

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Close and clubby 1/12/2006

The real reason to stay at the Algonquin is history. Heck, I got upgraded to the James Dean suite and it is kind of cool to think he actually stayed here. The other rooms I've stayed in are very tiny, but they have this zillion dollar bed which is terrific. The furnishings are very nice and they have an amazing jazz bar which of course I've never been to. The health facility is just a tiny room with weights and the bathrooms are tiny and not very nice. This place is very expensive, so try expedia.com to try to get a better deal. The location in midtown is awesome. You can also try the similar Sofitel next door or the Royalton across the street. more

Hotel Algonquin 12/18/2005

The room was small and the bathroom was tiny. The staff here, especially those at the front desk, were nice and accommodating. The bed in our room was awesome! The location is good and the hotel is pretty close to Times Square. The room rates aren’t cheap, but I think it is fairly priced compared to other NY hotels. more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    This just-renovated hotel is inextricably linked to the Round Table writers--Robert Benchley, Dorothy Parker, Alexander Woolcott, et al. Starting in 1919, they lunched for 10 years in the Rose Room, and the hotel continues to appeal to creative types. Hallways sport wallpaper designed by The New Yorker cartoonist Robert Mankoff. Textiles, carpets and wall coverings in the Arts and Crafts style abound.

    The Details
    The 174 rooms and suites feature antiques and dark wood. All have modern amenities (some have extras like window seats), but space is at a premium; some accommodations are cramped. Signature suites--Lerner & Loewe, Dorothy Parker, James Thurber--contain personal memorabilia. Services include delivery of The New Yorker, which was conceived in the hotel by Harold Ross in 1924. At night, the Oak Room becomes one of the city's best cabarets, having launched the likes of Harry Connick Jr.

  • 9/18/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Hotel: 24 Hours Restaurant: M-F: 7-10:30; noon-3; 5-11:30 S&S: 7-11; noon-3; 5-10:30
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Visa, Discover, American Express
  • Neighborhoods:

    Midtown, Midtown Center
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