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Algonquin

» New York Hotel Quick Facts
Address 59 W 44th St
City New York
State NY
Zip 10036
Low Rate 239
High Rate 809
Number of Rooms 174
Number Of Suites 0
Number of Floors 12
Check In Time 3 p.m.
Check Out Time 12 p.m.
Near Airport Code NYC
In House Dining Yes
In House Bar Facility Yes
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