InterContinental NEW YORK BARCLAY
111 East 48th St, New York, NY 10017
A grand New York classic hotel, the InterContinental New York Barclay is currently undergoing an extensive renovation that will revitalize every aspect of the property while maintaining its original 1926 elegance. Reopening in late 2015, the Barclay's residential ambiance will reflect the style and service of a Park Avenue Ambassador's residence.
Air conditioning individually controlled in room
Desk with lamp
Direct dial telephone
Housekeeping - daily
Housekeeping - weekly
Late check-out available
Public area air conditioned
Safe deposit box
Shoe shine stand
Valet same day dry cleaning
Wireless internet connection in public areas
American Dollars is the native currency.
Check in time is 4:00 PM
Check out time is 11:00 AM
Time Zone is GMT
Opened in 1998
Barclay Restaurant & Lounge
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, the Barclay's restaurant offers an atmospheric dining space and lounge. Enjoy an organic breakfast buffet in the morning and a menu of shared and full plates during the day and evening.
Modern Italian, at the Time Warner Center
French Theatre district restaurant
Fig & Olive
Veracruz style seafood from Chef Richard Sandoval and owner Placido Domingo.
Contemparary italian in a landmark building.
Contemporary American Seafood, the Seafire Grill lends the perfect balance to refined cuisine, chic d cor, and impeccable service. The restaurant focus is the clean and honest presentation of the highest quality locally sourced seafood, predominantly seaf
The Barclay's gin-themed bar is inspired by the spirit's popularity in the 1920s, when the hotel first opened, but evokes a swank '60s atmosphere that reflects the Barclay's long-held position as the hotel of choice for business movers and shakers.
Fitness center on-site
Fitness center off-site
Jacob Javits Convention Center
Grand Central Station
South Street Seaport
Visit a classic piece of 'old' New York when you head down to the South Street Seaport. Enjoy the shopping and classic architecture.
Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
Tip: Book on line at www.statuecruises.com to avoid waiting in the ticket holders line. This spectacular landmark is synonymous with New York City. Tours are available once you reach the island. Ellis Island, 'Gateway to the U.S.A.' shares a ferry wit
Tip: The Cloisters feature the Medieval collection of the Metropolitan Museum. Based on traditional French monistaries the museum is on four acres of spectacular landscaped gardens. Look across the Hudson River from the George Washington Bridge north and
John F. Kennedy International Airport
La Guardia Airport
Newark International Airport
Two hours: Rent a Bicycle
Rent a bicycle from The Boathouse and explore Central Park's many attractions and hidden paths
Two hours: Gallery Hop
Do a Gallery hop. New York is famous for artists like Jackson Pollock and Andy Warhol. Catch the new visionaries at the cutting edge galleries in Chelsea.
Take a taxi or the subway to the Brooklyn Bridge. Walk across for the most incredible views of the harbor and the Statue of Liberty. When you get to the Brooklyn side veer to the left and go down to the DUMBO section of Brooklyn. Go down to the park under
Broadway to The WTC 911 Memorial
On your way back from the ferry to the Statue of Liberty from Battery Park, take a historic walk up Broadway to Liberty Street. You walk past Wall Street, the Stock Exchange and the Federal Building where Washington took his oath of office. While walking
The Hudson River Waterfront
Take a stroll or bikeride along the Hudson River waterfront. There's a walkway that connects the Battery to Riverside Park. Pack a picnic and leave midday, and watch the sunset over the Palisades.
Beginner or expert will enjoy the Central Park jogging routes. Run the Reservoir, visit Balto or loop around the famous Bethesda fountain. One cautionary note, don't jump into the fountain and dance, even if you know all the words to the Friends theme. It
Empire State Building
Tip: The Empire State Building is open until at least 1am every night. Stop by the Empire State Building to take in the New York skyline from the highest observation deck in New York City. If you've never been before, check out how beautiful the interi
Cathedral of St. John the Devine
St. John the Divine is the largest cathedral in the world that is still under construction. Watch the stone masons at work, or take in a service. It's the 'people's cathedral', all faiths are welcome.
Half a Day: Kayaking
New York is often so bustling that most people forget it's an island. Enjoy respite from the noise and take a kayaking trip up the Hudson. Seeyour Intercontinental Concierge for details,
Half A Day: Woodbury Commons Premium Outlets
If you're a shopper, take the bus from Port Authority to the Woodbury Commons Premium Outlets. Woodbury has over 250 stores and boasts the only Chanel outlet in all of North America.
Half a Day: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)
Enjoy a world-class Museum and a world class restaurant with one visit. Head over to the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) to peruse the collection and then take in a meal at The Modern, the new restaurant from Gramercy Tavern's Danny Meyer.
One hour: Statue of Liberty helicopter tour
Get an exceptional view of the Statue of Liberty by taking a helicopter tour.
Lexington Avenue at 51st Street
One hour: Afternoon tea at Saks 5th Avenue
You can't have 'Breakfast' at Tiffany's but you can take afternoon tea at Saks 5th Avenue overlooking the Rockefeller Center and the Spires of St Patrick's Cathedral.
Two Hours: Chinatown for dim sum
Experience an ethnic New York neighborhood and stop by Chinatown for dim sum. The dazzling array of delicacies can tempt even the most jaded palate.
One Hour: The Top of the Rock
Head over to The Top of the Rock, observation deck at Rockefeller Center. It has a spectacular 360-degree panorama of the Manhattan skyline. Unlike other attractions in the city, the timed tickets make this usually a no line experience .