The Algonquin - New York, New York

Three-Night Stay for Two in a Classic or Deluxe Queen Room with Show Tickets and Harbor Cruise at The Algonquin in New York

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Elegant, Turn-of-the-Century Hotel with Rich Literary History

When William Faulkner penned his acceptance speech for the Nobel Prize in 1950, he did so at the Algonquin. The 1902 hotel has been one of New York City's hubs of cultural activity for decades; beginning in 1919, a group of journalists, playwrights, and critics known as The Round Table would trade barbed witticisms over weekly Algonquin lunches, eventually founding the New Yorker, which the Algonquin still distributes for free to guests.

Today, the oak-paneled Edwardian lobby retains a sense of literary sophistication, welcoming book clubs, solitary readers, and socializing cocktail sippers alike. Brass bells atop each table summon waiters and lost Pavlovian test subjects, and perched atop a miniature chaise lounge, a fluffy ragdoll cat named Matilda—the latest incarnation of the Algonquin's traditional cat-in-residence—greets visitors.

Upstairs, within recently renovated classic and queen rooms, travelers can practice their own catnaps atop 350-thread-count linens and pillow-top beds. Custom furnishings, coral drapes, and brightly hued artwork perk up drowsy eyelids. When hunger calls, the Round Table Room proffers steaks, sandwiches, and salads in the sophisticated spirit of the old literary lunches, and nearby, the Oak Room Supper Club pairs fine dining with smoky cabaret singers nightly.

Theater District: Cultural Hub at the Heart of Manhattan

About a block from the Algonquin, the blazing marquees of Broadway light up the night, competing for attention with the neon-coated buildings of Times Square. On West 49th, the 1922 Ambassador Theater lures sightseers into an auditorium lavished with plaster molding and gilt designs. There, the Tony Award–winning Chicago unfolds with vaudevillian glitz and iconic jazz numbers (tickets included with this Getaways deal).

Though many of the city's landmarks are within walking distance of the theater district, a three-hour cruise on a double-decker ferry around Manhattan from Circle-Line Sightseeing provides a more panoramic view of the skyline, skimming past the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty (tickets included with this Getaways deal). When it comes time to explore again on foot, Central Park awaits about a 30-minute walk north of the hotel. There, as autumn turns to winter, the bare tree branches complement the sleek lines of surrounding skyscrapers, and ice-skating rinks reflect glimmering city streetlights and nature's streetlights, the smiles of children.

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What You Get

  • For $1119, a three-night stay (November 11–14) for two in a classic or deluxe queen room
  • Or, for $1119, a three-night stay (November 18–21) for two in a classic or deluxe queen room
  • Or, for $1231, a three-night stay (November 25–28) for two in a classic or deluxe queen room and a basket of autumn treats from Murray's Cheese
  • Or, for $1119, a three-night stay (December 16–19) for two in a classic or deluxe queen room
  • Or, for $1119, a three-night stay (December 23–26) for two in a classic or deluxe queen room

    Included in all options:
  • Two tickets to Chicago on Broadway, valid for orchestra or front-mezzanine seating
  • Two tickets to a three-hour harbor cruise from Circle-Line Sightseeing

Amenities

  • Oak Room Supper Club
  • Evening cabaret performances
  • Historic Round Table Room
  • Blue Bar and lobby lounge
  • 24-hour fitness and business centers
  • Free WiFi
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The Fine Print

  • Must complete travel by date listed on option purchased
  • Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift
  • Limit 1 per visit
  • Valid only for dates purchased
  • Subject to availability
  • 5-day cancellation notice or fee of applicable one-night's stay up to the amount paid for Groupon applies
  • Valid only for Classic or Deluxe Queen Room
  • Credit card required at check in
  • Must be 21 or older to check in
  • $3.25/night occupancy fee not included
  • 14.75% tax not included
  • Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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How To Book

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  2. Call New York Guest or email lgeller@newyorkguest.com by expiration date.
  3. Choose a valid date based on option purchased.
  4. Mention your Groupon and provide your credit-card info.

Room Details

  • Full-size or queen bed
  • Standard occupancy: Two
  • Maximum occupancy: Two
  • Adding occupants above standard: No additional occupants allowed
  • Earsley & Windsor bath products
  • 32-inch flat-screen TV

Hotel Policies

  • Check in: 4 pm
  • Check out: Noon
  • Parking: Not available
  • Rollaways: Not available
  • Smoking policy: No smoking inside the property
  • Pet policy: Pets up to 20 pounds may be added for no additional charge.
  • Accessibility: Handicap-accessible rooms are available upon request during booking.
  • Room upgrades: Guests may upgrade for an up-charge to suites based on availability.

What It's Worth

  • For $1,119, a three-night stay (November 11–14) for two in a classic or deluxe queen room (up to a $1,527 value)
  • Two tickets to Chicago on Broadway, valid for orchestra or front-mezzanine seating (a $329 value)
  • Two tickets to a three-hour harbor cruise from Circle-Line Sightseeing (a $72 value)
    Total value: up to $1,928

  • Or, for $1,119, a three-night stay (November 18–21) for two in a classic or deluxe queen room (up to $1,527 value)
  • Two tickets to Chicago on Broadway, valid for orchestra or front-mezzanine seating ($329 value)
  • Two tickets to a three-hour harbor cruise from Circle-Line Sightseeing ($72 value)
    Total value: up to $1,928

  • Or, for $1,231, a three-night stay (November 25–28) for two in a classic or deluxe queen room (up to $1,557 value)
  • A basket of autumn treats from Murray's Cheese ($100 value)
  • Two tickets to Chicago on Broadway, valid for orchestra or front-mezzanine seating ($329 value)
  • Two tickets to a three-hour harbor cruise from Circle-Line Sightseeing ($72 value)
    Total value: up to $2,058

  • Or, for $1,119, a three-night stay (December 16–19) for two in a classic or deluxe queen room (up to $1,467 value)
  • Two tickets to Chicago on Broadway, valid for orchestra or front-mezzanine seating ($329 value)
  • Two tickets to a three-hour harbor cruise from Circle-Line Sightseeing ($72 value)
    Total value: up to $1,868

  • Or, for $1,119, a three-night stay (December 23–26) for two in a classic or deluxe queen room (up to $1,467 value)
  • Two tickets to Chicago on Broadway, valid for orchestra or front-mezzanine seating ($329 value)
  • Two tickets to a three-hour harbor cruise from Circle-Line Sightseeing ($72 value)
    Total value: up to $1,868

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