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The Intercontinental Barclay is a terrific hotel with a great location near Rockefeller Center and nearby sites. All of the staff were friendly and helpful and the room was excellent.
We arrived early and were quickly given a room, that’s great service. Although our stay...More
This is definitely one of the most wonderful hotels in mid-town Manhattan. The history of the hotel is very interesting if you are a history buff. Off the lobby is a display with a variety of pictures and artifacts that date back to its start....More
Date of stay: November 2018
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Response from PeggyC2085, Manager at InterContinental New York BarclayResponded 7 November 2018
Thank you very much for taking your time to review your recent stay at the Barclay. It was a pleasure to have you as part of our history. We are thrilled to hear you enjoyed your room and our services. Sorry for any...More
Beautiful hotel with exceptionally friendly staff. Checked in smoothly. Not escorted to our room and we had very heavy bags. Very small room as we needed a put up bed and had to be put into a bigger room to accommodate this. Not happy as...More
Stayed at this hotel in November whilst on my honeymoon - and it was definitely a good choice.
The hotel is stunning, very clean and the rooms are spacious - which is a rarity in New York.
There are good transport links nearby; Grand Central...More
What an extraordinary Staff. Our stay was complimented with a very welcoming Receptionist (Sharon) at checkin. Our room was superb and quite spacious for accommodations in NYC, clean and modern. The location is central (I.e., walking distance to shopping and very accessible to public transport...More
Since first opening its doors in 1926, the InterContinental New York Barclay has welcomed countless guests to enjoy a luxurious residential-style experience in the heart of the city. …MoreOriginally constructed as part of the Grand Central Terminal expansion, The Barclay became one of four notable railroad hotels built to service the well-heeled men and women travelling to New York City. Its convenient location, directly above the railroad tracks, permitted the hotel the unique distinction of having its own platform in the basement, ideal for the upscale rail traveler who occasionally arrived by private train car. In addition to its Midtown East location, the hotel made an immediate impact with tenants and critics alike for its characteristic atmosphere of comfort and elegant domesticity. From that moment, The Barclay began to write its history as the hotel of choice for those looking to take respite in this stately residential hotel of international prestige. Today, the InterContinental New York Barclay remains Manhattan’s preeminent luxury hotel after undergoing the most ambitious restoration in its history. Combining sophistication and contemporary design, while staying true to its original Federalist style details, The Barclay exudes confidence and warmth, delivering the same residential feel with modern comfort and flexibility introduced to the world in 1926. Less
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There is a resort or destination fee of $35 per night. For this they make out that you get ‘valuable upgrades to enhance your stay’ (per room) such as $25 food & beverage credit per day, $15 laundry credit per day, internet... More
There is a resort or destination fee of $35 per night. For this they make out that you get ‘valuable upgrades to enhance your stay’ (per room) such as $25 food & beverage credit per day, $15 laundry credit per day, internet and free telephone calls, but really it’s a way for them to make even more money out of your stay and apparently not uncommon in hotels across Manhattan.