In its 110 years, The Algonquin Hotel in New York City has hosted celebrities, politicians, the literary elite and, most recently, a multimillion-dollar renovation. Book a stay at the famed hotel for $198 (US$199) per night.
This deal, which includes breakfast, cocktails for two, and complimentary Wi-Fi, saves up to 45% on current rates for Thursday-Sunday stays Jan. 3 - March 9.
This 4-star hotel is famous for its Round Table restaurant, where Dorothy Parker and other famous writers in the 1920s would gather to gossip and dish. The ritual led to the launch of The New Yorker magazine -- a copy of which is still provided free to each guest.
Walk a block west to reach Times Square and many Broadway theaters. Walk a block east to hit Fifth Avenue shops. Bryant Park is two blocks south, and Rockefeller Center is five blocks north.
Note: Saturdays require a two-night stay. A reduced room-only rate is also available. Rates will display in US dollars.
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