The Algonquin Hotel redesigned by Stonehill Taylor inspired by NYC’s literary and theatrical past

The 181 room hotel is one of the oldest operating hotels in New York, originally built by Goldwin Starrett in 1902 and named after the Indigenous tribe that once lived in North America

by Nav Pal
Eric Laignel
Eric Laignel

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