INTERCONTINENTAL NEW YORK
TIMES SQUARE HOTEL
Of the hotels in Times Square, the InterContinental New York Times Square stands apart. A luxury hotel rising 36 stories above the heart of the world famous Times Square district, it is at the epicenter of the theatre, dining, media and business worlds.
Times Square Hotels are the Perfect Location for your Stay in NYC
With a chic-Manhattan residential feel, the InterContinental New York is a refreshing sanctuary from the sights and sounds of NYC. Conveniently located at 44th Street and 8th Avenue, this New York hotel is within walking distance to the Broadway Theatre District, extraordinary shopping and fabulous restaurants including “Ça Va,” the hotel’s onsite French inspired bistro by Celebrity Chef Todd English.
Luxury Amenities, Affordable Rates, Great Deals!
The InterContinental Times Square features 607 luxurious guestrooms with floor-to-ceiling windows offering stunning panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline, Hudson River and Broadway, 29 suites including a dramatic 2700-sq-ft Penthouse Suite with three bedrooms, two-story living space with master bedroom fireplace, private bath with a free standing tub and sliding glass doors overlooking spectacular views of New York City.
Guests also enjoy large spa-inspired bathrooms with walk-in rain showers, 42 inch HDTVs and both wired and wireless Internet access. If planning a New York meeting or social event, we welcome you to discover our 10,000 square feet of world-class banquet and event space including the 4,000 square foot Gotham Grand Ballroom.
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Responsible and Efficient
Committed to the environment, the InterContinental New York Times Square hotel has undertaken a number of green initiatives which contributed to its LEED certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design). The hotel is one of the most environmentally responsible New York City Times Square hotels and the largest new-build hotel to achieve LEED status on the Eastern Seaboard.