The Algonquin Hotel Times Square, Autograph Collection®, is an AAA Four Diamond luxury hotel located just a block from the lights of Time Square and steps from Fifth Avenue shopping. We are one of the most distinct boutique hotels in the Midtown area thanks to our rich history and ...
Nice, older hotel. Good clean rooms.
Hanger steak was awesome but cocktails were insanely over priced. Small rooms but quaint and close to everything.
Cocktails and people watching are the reasons to stop by here. Great history to this place too. Check it out.
I found the hotel cat! Rooms are tiny!! But I'm in Times Square so I shouldn't expect much
Gotta love the Gonk
The French martini was great, the bar is relaxed. There is a hotel cat that we are yet to spot
Lobby has free wifi, is pretty quiet and has comfy chairs. Score!
Rooms are small, but comfortable. Very close to Times Square. The Guinness tastes like they do not get many requests for it (flat), and the cocktails are way over priced ($22.00 for a cosmopolitan).
Service is great here!!! Love the history oozing from every corner. Look at all the room doors. They all have something different look at and read.
"Do you have a rosé by the glass?" "I have a white Zinfandel"
The Red Flame Diner right next door is excellent VFM & great for breakfast. Typical American Diner
If the free coffee at the station on 2nd floor is not for you, head to Gregory's right across the street for a far superior product.
Great service. Beautiful lobby.
Beautiful spot to enjoy appetizers and drinks before the theater or an after dinner drink. Friendly and welcoming staff!
Head to the Blue Bar.
A lovely pet friendly hotel.
Loved the hotel, but seriously folks, for $500 a night, put in some serious double glazing.
Oh dear. I loved the hotel and it's staff. Terrific. But the street noise, and the fighting in the room next to us made our stay unbearable 😟
Great service, great rooms, excellent location, the best hotel in Times Square
Wine is expensive! Don't get any!
This Beaux-Arts style hotel was built in 1902 by architect Goldwin Starrett and is famous for playing host to the Round Table. It was named a City landmark in 1987.
Matilda waits to welcome guests.
Mediocre food and cocktails, above average dessert, but the super nice concierge will give you a tour if you ask. Not at all stuck up for such a classy establishment...
You can't beat a hotel that has FREE wifi throughout and stocks their fabulous bathrooms with L'Occitane products.
Nice midtown botique hotel...get a suite. not to much money but well worth it in the land of pod hotels
"The regulars met almost daily at the bar and included the likes of Dorothy Parker, George S. Kauffman, Robert Benchley, Heywood Broun and New Yorker mag founder Harold Ross." (via @ShelfAwareness)
Famed Broadway composers Lerner & Loewe wrote “My Fair Lady” in Lerner's suite at the Algonquin.
Beginning in 1919, this Midtown hotel hosted Algonquin Round Table (or "Vicious Circle") meetings to exchange bon mot. Writers incl. Robert Benchley, Jane Grant, George S. Kaufman, and Dorothy Parker.
Excellent choice for a hotel. The old lux of Manhattan. Ask to be introduced to Matilda who hangs out in the lounge lobby! She has stories to tell!
Olde tyme Manhattan at it's best! Enjoy!
Love this hotel! Gorgeous inside. Awesome service & clean room. Drinks at martini bar are expensive but very good, so treat yourself. Hotel cat is so cute!! :-) we are def coming back to Algonquin!
Booked a room here on hotwire and therefore didn't know what the hotel was until I paid. Awesome deal!
First impression is that this is a very nice hotel.
Nice hotel but the staff was bitchy and indifferent. Not worth the money. The bar however was great. Good time bartender
The Algonquin is beautiful!
The carpet in our room is sticky. Bring extra house slippers to walk around.
Hanging in an elegant NYC hotel lobby drinking coffee and waiting to see the lobby cat.
The lobby is the perfect place for a cocktail or cup of tea on a rainy day like today. Couches are comfortable, service is friendly. If you're lucky you can hang with Matilda, the cat in residence.
Say hello to Matilda, the official kitty-in-residence!
Favourite hotel of Beatles manager Brian Epstein in the mid 1960s
Matilda is adorable! (: And the beds are so comfy. but the rooms are super quaint, meaning it's a squeeze- especially for the price. It's a very attractive place, however.
Excellent, excellent lobby. Head here for tea or for some of the best thick fries in the city. Ask for the wifi code at the desk & do a little work...and don't forget to pet Matilda, the lobby cat.
If you want an old style hotel the way they used to be with a lobby and excellent service, this is the place to go.
Guests at the Algonquin Hotel claim to see ghostly members of The Round Table, a group that included writers such as Dorothy Parker, Robert Benchley, Franklin Pierce & Harpo Marx.
Ask for Otto. Best waiter around.
Where are the cats?
When at breakfast ask for chuck to be your waiter...tell him I sent you!
Head to the Blue Bar. It’s Old New York and super-fun.