Located off Park Avenue in the midtown Manhattan's East Side, this elegant 1920's hotel is a historic destination near Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue shopping, fine dining, Broadway theaters, world-famous museums, and legendary attractions including Rockefeller Center, Times Square, Empire State Building, Central Park, Museum of Modern Art, and the United Nations.
"Best stay everrrrrr"
Love this hotel and all the staff here, they were beyond amazing! I was an actor hired to shoot a commercial for this hotel and they went out of there way numerous times to accommodate all the crew when they didn't need to just because they wanted us to feel welcomed and have an easy day. BIG shout out to the manager of the hotel Sean Olmsted, you are amazingggggg! Thanks again for all your kindness and help in making out day go a lot smoother.
"Gorgeous hotel and excellent service"
This hotel epitomizes New York glamour. The property and guest rooms are gorgeous, but the service is really what sets it apart. The staff are all wonderful and they bend over backwards to make sure your stay is comfortable and memorable. Wonderful place and would definitely recommend staying here!
"Best Stay Ever"
I stayed here for the first time and it was absolutely excellent. The rooms were beautiful as well as all the lobby and meeting rooms. The entire hotel was tastefully done - represents true definition of luxury
"What a great stay! "
We needed a place last minute for our recent family trip to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and the entire hotel staff was fabulous except the service from the waiter at brunch. Very friendly and helpful with luggage to getting a cab etc. Will definitely stay here again on our next visit to the city. The location was convenient and the hotel was clean and modern. Would highly recommend! Is a better place for couples than families but they were kid friendly.
"Great freshly renovated hotel"
Intercontinental Barclays is definitely the best among its neighboring hotels (Waldorf Astoria, Marriott and Lexington) and is much better than Intercontinental Times Square. It looks like it was renovated not long ago and boasts wide and well-lit corridors, spacious and clean rooms with up-to-date facilities and (that is extremely important to me) really nice bathrooms. The hotel location is also great, just minutes away from the main NYC midtown attractions. It is not a cheap option, but is still less expensive than the Ritz Carlton or Four Seasons, while being almost the same quality-wise. Strongly recommend it
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM