Parker West offers many full-floor homes with Hudson River views conceived from the ground-up by award-winning design firm Grade New York.
One of the more extravagant traditions at NYC's Algonquin Hotel is the $10,000 Martini, which requires a visit to the in-house jeweler for just the right diamond.
One of the cat highlights of the year is the Algonquin Hotel's Cat Fashion Show, a fundraiser featuring fashionista felines wearing designer clothing and accessories.
The Algonquin Cat has some fancy digs in NYC's storied Algonquin Hotel: two pet tree houses always in view of the hotel's guests and passersby.
The Dakota. The Apthorp. The Barbizon. Where did these names come from? Here we take a look at 10 New York City buildings and the meaning behind their names.
Rats and and pigeons may reign supreme in New York City, but cats — both resident and stray ones — have found their home amidst our urban sprawl.
Besides impeccable hospitality taken as a given at all of these establishments, each of these hotel are renowned for its originality, design and more.
Matilda III, the resident, long-haired cat who formerly strolled the lobby of the Algonquin Hotel, has passed away following her retirement in July.
Move over Matilda, the world is about to have a new famous feline! The Algonquin Hotel is set to introduce its new residential cat, Hamlet, tonight.
The Algonquin Hotel in Midtown Manhattan is NYC's oldest hotel. Learn more about this historic hotels literary past with our top 10 secrets.