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Set in the historic Algonquin, this connecting suite is the perfect place to relax with a book or chat with guests over cocktails.
Bedroom: 1 King, 1 Queen and 1 Sofabed
Enjoy your favorite refreshments and snacks with your personal minibar.
Recharge your devices or fill the room with your favorite music.
Ensure deep sleep with this premium bedding.
Relax in a quiet retreat with classic New York style that's just steps from Times Square when you reserve a Premier Suite at The Algonquin. This one-bedroom suite for four people is ideal for family travel thanks to a Queen-size sleeper sofa in the elegant living room and a separate bedroom featuring a King-size bed with built-in reading lights. The connecting Deluxe Queen Room expands the space by 240 square feet and provides one Queen-size bed to accommodate two members of your travel group. Both the room and suite include all-natural bath amenities by Beekman 1802 and fluffy robes to slip into after a refreshing shower.
Connected hotel suites are ideal for any occasion where you need privacy and a common area to hang out in. Each connected room has its own separate exit to the main hallway and its own bathroom. Suiteness works with hotels to access their floor plans and find every adjoining room option available, offering an affordable alternative to often unpredictable vacation rentals.
Known for a colorful past and literary legacy, The Algonquin Times Square, Autograph Collection is a historic luxury hotel in Midtown Manhattan that exudes classic elegance. Warm accommodations are well appointed with a modern aesthetic, thanks to noted interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud. Along with a famous resident cat, there are several features that remain constant including the Round Table restaurant that delights diners with inventive American cuisine and stories of the famous writers who frequented the establishment including Dorothy Parker and Robert Benchley. The Blue Bar is still running strong since opening in 1933 after the end of Prohibition, and continues to reinvent itself with perfectly poured cocktails and posh interiors, while the Lobby Lounge attracts with an intimate ambiance.