Oldest operating hotel in New York City, opened in 1902, still keeps the traditions of hospitality that provided a basis for the rich cultural traditions that the Algonquin is renowned for.
Gertrude Stein and William Faulkner, Laurence Olivier and Graham Greene, Harpo Marx and Simone de Beauvoir have all frequented the hotel My Fair Lady was written here, and Harry Connick Jr. and Diana Krall launched their careers from the Angonquin.
Around the turn of the century, the Algonquin underwent two extensive restorations, returning it to its traditional grandeur.
In 1987, the hotel was designated a New York City landmark, and in 1996, a literary landmark.
138 Deluxe King or Queen rooms, 12 Superior Twin rooms, 24 Premier Suites featuring separate living areas with sofa beds.
The accommodations have undergone a recent, world-class renovation. Understated furnishings frame modern amenities and conveniences providing a 21st century touch.
The Oak Room is a fine dining establishment and also home to a world-famous cabaret.
Round Table Room is a newly restored restaurant serving delicious retro dishes drawn from the Algonquin's culinary archives.
Blue Bar and the Algonquin Lobby provide cocktails and lighter fare.
Conference & Meeting Rooms
4,000 sq ft of prestigious meeting space, accommodating up to 110 guests. State-of-the-art audiovisual equipment.
Lobby has a 24-hour reception desk, a safe, a lift and a cloakroom. A public Internet connection and a WLAN access point are also on offer.
The hotel provides laundry and room services, as well as a garage for guests to park.