Untapped New York Insiders are invited inside the Algonquin Hotel for a tour of one of the oldest operating hotels in New York City.
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.
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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.