|Distance to city center||0.1 mi|
|Nearest Airport||New York John F Kennedy Intl|
|Distance to airport||13.7 mi|
|"The beds were very comfortable."||(in 81 reviews)|
|"The staff are very friendly"||(in 132 reviews)|
|"An absolutely excellent hotel."||(in 78 reviews)|
|"No daily complimentary water and no free wifi access"||(in 9 reviews)|
|beds are comfortable||in 154 reviews|
|breakfast buffet||in 95 reviews|
|complimentary water||in 34 reviews|
|customer service||in 14 reviews|
|free wifi||in 51 reviews|
|great location||in 600 reviews|
|hotel fee||in 12 reviews|
|intercontinental||in 15 reviews|
|new york||in 28 reviews|
|room service||in 31 reviews|
|room size||in 314 reviews|
|room with a view||in 377 reviews|
|staff was friendly||in 378 reviews|
|star hotel||in 41 reviews|
|theater district||in 5 reviews|
|times square||in 186 reviews|
|view from the room||in 121 reviews|
Front desk staffs
3 minute walk to time square
Loved the location, quietness, cleanliness and courteous staff
Paying for wifi
Felt nickel and dimed
Great room, great view
Pay for wi-fi in the room; shower had no separation in bathroom (lip or tub around bottom - shower water got everywhere. Could not find free coffee in room or a free bottled water. For $400, I would have expected more amenities. Elevator keys did not work for several people, including me, to get to your floor. We rode up and down the elevator several times in less than 24 hours. Many others had the same problem. Big waste of time.
Can't say anything bad about this booking.
Great Broadway weekender spot
Great location, if you can tolerate Times Square. Stayed in a king corner room on the 16th floor. Wife and I loved the bed, the view, and the bathroom. Subway doesn't get any closer, entrance is immediately outside lobby door. Gym was spacious, if you need that. Didn't try the bar/restaurant, just too many other choices in Manhattan. For that matter, nice bathroom and comfy bed is all we needed, as we weren't looking to waste time sitting in the hotel.
Again, location is great as long as you want to be very close to Times Square and all that comes with it. Noise of the city is audible on the 16th floor, but wasn't a problem for either of us sleeping through it. Wifi has a fee, but you can avoid it if you sign up for IHC membership.
Clean room, comfortable bed, nice walk in shower (no tub). Subway entrance right outside.
WiFi wasn't free unless you sign up to rewards club.
Good hotel Do not park using there parking assoc!
Nice hotel friendly people
The parking people they are affiliated with are ripoff scam artists! DO NOT PARK THERE
for the buffet breakfast they write down 18% tip???
Rooms were clean, beds very comfortable, maid service timely, toiletries excellent, service excellent, fitness room spacious, and outstanding location - one block from Times Square, next door to subway stop to SoHo and 2 block from subway going uptown, near great restaurants a block away, and a block or two from most of the major theaters . We have now stayed here three times in the past 4 years - not willing to risk staying somewhere else
Nothing not to like, except it can be pricey depending on the day of the week you stay ($300-$400/night), but it is worth it.
At the InterContinental New York Times Square, guests will enjoy a luxury hotel near Broadway with a hip cocktail lounge and a variety of fine amenities. The serene surroundings of this hotel allow guests to escape the hustle and bustle of the New York City streets and to relax inside of its modern, elegant environment. The hotel offers design highlights that include a sculpture garden and tree-inspired columns. Relax, unwind, and enjoy a signature cocktail at the Stinger Cocktail Bar and Kitchen after a long day of exploring the city’s dining, shopping, and theater offerings. In addition to the Stinger Cocktail Bar and Kitchen, this modern hotel offers guests a glamorous ballroom, a 24-hour fitness center, and personalized in-room beauty services provided by NOMI. Guests are offered a choice from one of the three types of guest rooms: classic rooms, executive rooms, or suites. The hotel’s chic, classic rooms offer panoramic views of Manhattan and feature modern tones and luxurious fabrics. The executive rooms of this hotel offer views of the Manhattan skyline as well as views of uptown and downtown. The executive rooms also provide guests with separate sleep and living areas. Four luxurious suites occupy the top floor of the hotel and provide stunning views of the fantastic New York skyline. The bathroom includes a soothing rain shower, while spacious living quarters feature modern, elegant furniture and stylish, contemporary art. Guests in a suite will enjoy unobstructed views of the Hudson River or a panoramic of the Manhattan skyline.
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