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Classic New York -- Where to stay

Matthew DeBord
Issue: April 30, 2002

The Algonquin 59 W. 44th St., bet. Fifth and Sixth  Telephone (212) 840-6800  Fax (212) 944-1419  Web site  Rooms 150 Suites 24  Rates $149—$349 Less opulence, more bustle: That's The Algonquin, a sturdy Midtown classic built in 1902 and now a shrine to The New Yorker magazine, whose founders, along with other New York writers, made the hotel's Round Table a household name among the literati.

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