by Hilarey Wojtowicz
The InterContinental New York Times Square offers families 607 guestrooms and suites in the heart of the Big Apple. Families can choose from classic hotel rooms or suites, all of which feature king or double beds, Wi-Fi access for a fee, flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers, mini-bars and cribs or rollaway beds upon request (fees may apply).
The hotel is located in the heart of Times Square near Broadway theaters, stores and attractions. Families will enjoy exploring all that the city has to offer.
Onsite dining is offered in the hotel’s Ca Va Brasserie, which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. New York is also home to a plethora of restaurants that are family-friendly.
Additional perks at this property include a business center and a fitness center. The hotel is also pet-friendly (fees apply). Check-in is at 4 p.m. and check-out is at noon.
For more information, read about InterContinental Hotels & Resorts.
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by Caroline G
I stayed here with a friend for four nights in September and we were both most satisfied with service, staff and the location of the hotel. Our room on the 6th floor was large and clean, the beds were comfortable and the bathroom absolutely fine. All the staff we spoke to were helpful. Drinks in the bar are very expensive and, as our room was not ready when we arrived, we ordered a pot of tea and were shocked by the price when the bill arrived. We didn’t take breakfast at the hotel, there are much cheaper options in the vicinity. The location was perfect.
We stayed here with a group, sadly we got our room on the 4th floor whereas others from our group were on much higher floors which meant they got views. We got no view and just a lot of street noise.
It’s a good location, the staff are friendly on the door and reasonably friendly on reception - a smile goes a long way. Rooms were clean, good gym facilities too.
Be aware you pay for everything here, even parcel delivery ($5 USD per parcel) which I thought was pretty rude. We’ve never had to pay before anywhere for this.
Not sure we would stay here again, would do research to see what other options are available.