Location- The Intercontinental Times Square is located in a perfect location for theatre and Times Square, just on the border of Hell’s Kitchen. The area is full of restaurants, bars, nightlife, and shopping. The nearest subway station is literally right under the hotel and the Grey Line tour office (hop on, hop off) is just a few short blocks away.
Hotel – The hotel is less than five years old, and is decorated in a contemporary, soothing manner. There are several meeting rooms and ballroom, and the hotel caters to a mix of leisure and business travellers.
Room – We (family of 8) stayed in a Manhattan Suite, which featured a full king bedroom plus den, along with a large sitting area with a dining table for 8. The room and bathrooms were excellent, plenty of space and equipped with the latest technology.
Facilities – Excellent health club (but no pool), Business Center which allowed for printing, faxing, etc. There were a few annoying charges (a fee for printing, for example, although printing boarding passes is free).
Dining – Todd English’s Ca Va restaurant and lounge are located on site and both are excellent. The lounge is full both pre-and post theatre. Room service was very good.
Staff – We had a mixup with our reservation, and the staff went out of their way to make things right. Every staff member we encountered was helpful and polite.
Overall – I would recommend this hotel highly to anyone visiting New York for business or leisure.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Towering 36 stories above the city, the InterContinental Times Square features 607 luxurious guestrooms with floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline and Hudson River. Drawing upon natural elements, the rooms are designed to evoke the feeling of a chic Manhattan residence, and average at 350 sq. ft. amongst the largest in midtown. Each room includes spacious work station, 42 in" HDTV and a spa-inspired bathroom with walk-in rain shower accentuated with blue mosaic tile. Situated just off the Times Square neighborhood, known as the "Crossroads of the World," the hotel brings the InterContinental touch to one of New York City's most popular areas. The hotel is close proximity to the Broadway Theatre District, Central Park, Fifth Avenue shopping, and many major transportation centers in Manhattan making it a convenient base to explore the city. Featured at the hotel is the Stinger Cocktail Bar and Kitchen, a lounge experience by Celebrated Chef Todd English. Guests are welcome to indulge in worldly comfort food alongside bespoke cocktails and an extensive offering of wine and beer. Offering signature cocktails three sized options and large batch punch-bowls the lounge at the Stinger brings the art of craft cocktails to Hell's Kitchen and the Theater District. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Intercontinental New York Times Square Hotel New York City