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The elegant Intercontinental New York Barclay first opened its doors in the roaring 1920's, and welcomes day visitors to the heart of Manhattan. With world class attractions aplenty, the main problem day guests may face is deciding just what to see and do!
Global Menu – Culinary styles from around the world are just around the corner, from French fare at Le Bateau Ivre to high end Japanese cuisine from Zuma NYC. American bistro The Smith is nearby, as is classy Italian establishment Rossini’s, with many more restaurants close at hand.
Central Park – Arguably the most famous urban park in the world, Central Park is a huge slice of greenery amidst the soaring skyscrapers of Manhattan. In addition to being a fine place for a leisurely stroll, the park is home to a zoo, a castle, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Broadway – Theater fans have every opportunity to indulge themselves in the best theater district in the Americas. From tragedies to comedies, dramas dating back to Elizabethan England and contemporary plays, there are innumerable venues and performances constantly on show, so be sure to check to see what’s on.
Iconic Architecture – To the south of the hotel are the Chrysler and Empire State Buildings, stars of countless silver screen classics. Keep going and you’ll see the Flatiron, the home of Spiderman’s Daily Bugle.
We should mention
Pet-friendly hotel (fee required).
The Gin Parlour (1920s style gin bar).