Explore New York from our historic hotel in Times Square

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A long-standing symbol of classic style and seductive eccentricity, The Algonquin Hotel Times Square, Autograph Collection has withstood the test of time. Designated a New York City Historic Landmark, our hotel's doors originally opened in 1902; since that time, we have earned a reputation for total excellence. Step off of Manhattan's West 44th Street and into our hotel, where an intimate yet lively lobby welcomes guests. Accommodations feature plush bedding, sleek bathrooms and modern technology, setting the stage for relaxation and productivity. Dine with us at Round Table, our renowned restaurant, or visit Blue Bar to sip an expertly prepared martini and eavesdrop on Theatre District gossip. When you're ready to explore, a wealth of iconic New York City attractions are nearby, including Times Square, Radio City Music Hall and Central Park. Whatever brings you here, we know you'll return for years to come to experience the enduring charm of The Algonquin Hotel Times Square, Autograph Collection.

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Key amenities

  • Free high-speed internet
  • Pet friendly
  • Fitness center
  • Meeting event space

Highlights

  • Situated in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, our iconic hotel places guests in the Theatre District, near Times Square, Rockefeller Center and more.

  • Host a unique wedding or event at our hotel, which boasts historic venues, refined catering and gracious service.

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  • Relish an array of four-star amenities at our hotel in Times Square, including valet dry cleaning, evening turndown and a knowledgeable concierge.


The most important hotel resident, Hamlet.

Almost 40 years have passed since the hotel housed a Hamlet. He is the 8th Hamlet following three Matildas. Hamlet is named after famed resident John Barrymore, in honor of his greatest stage role

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