The InterContinental Barclay New York is a luxury hotel located in Midtown East. This New York hotel truly captures the luxury and attitude of ‘the city that never sleeps’. Indulge in some luxury today by booking any of our special packages which offer unique opportunities to experience the Big Apple. The InterContinental Barclay is a New York hotel that will complement and enhance your stay. Built in the Roaring Twenties by the New York Central Railroad, this historic, elegant New York accommodation celebrates its 80th anniversary this year. It remains one of the most luxurious New York hotels near Park Avenue. Guests can easily visit the United Nations, Wall Street, Broadway Theaters, or world-famous Central Park. In fact, because of its proximity to the United Nations, this charming New York City hotel has been the choice of nearly every visiting head of state including President Ronald Reagan, Francois Mitterrand, Nelson Mandela and other famous folk.
Features and Amenities
Starting at 390 Square feet, suites at Intercontinental Barclay feature oversized living rooms and marble bathrooms. All suites are equipped with high speed internet and feature iHome clock radios. Beds boast sumptuous 300 thread count sateen bed linens, feather duvets and feather pillows. You’ll find On demand movies on your flat screen HDTVs. All suites have mini bars, as well as coffee and tea makers. Business travelers will enjoy the large wood workspaces.
The hotel boasts an on-site fitness center, which offers cardiovascular and circuit training equipments, saunas and steam rooms. Massage services are available in the privacy of the guest room. There’s also a 24-hour concierge and bell hop services, as well as shoe shine, same day laundry and dry cleaning, weekly and daily housekeeping and more. The hotel also offers an on-site restaurant, Gavrouche, which is a cozy French bistro.
True to its 1926 neo-Federal style, InterContinental New York Barclay welcomes guests with residential warmth and sophistication. Few hotels provide such easy access to must-see attractions including Rockefeller Centre, Carnegie Hall, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Times Square and Central Park. The Statue of Liberty is a short taxi ride away. The hotel is just a short walk from the United Nations, making a popular spot both for tourists and famous travelers alike. Business travelers will appreciate the proximity to Midtown’s office buildings, and those there for fun will appreciate the fact that the East Side of Midtown is a bit quieter than the west. The hotel is close to the 6 train, which runs up and down the East Side on Park and Lexington Avenues. It’s just a few blocks from Grand Central Station, which, even if you’re not traveling, is an incredible architectural marvel. Don’t miss out. Whether you’re staying for business or pleasure, the Intercontinental Barclay is a great centrally located hotel.