InterContinental New York Barclay
Start your day off with a focus on wellness. Head into Central Park for a morning walk, run, or Citi Bike ride. Or take a fitness class at one of the several studios close to our hotel, including SWERVE Midtown, 305 Fitness, and Pilates on Fifth. Or treat your mind and body to a rejuvenating visit to AIRE Ancient Baths. When you are ready for breakfast, indulge in a decadent meal at Bubby's. Located in the Meatpacking District, this restaurant features an abundant selection of classic breakfast favorites sure to please everyone.
After breakfast, continue exploring New York by visiting The Whitney Museum of American Art before taking the stairs to the lush High Line. Admire the tranquility and architecture surrounding the recreated gardens and park above the bustling midtown while strolling along the original tracks of the New York Central Railroad. As you approach the end, find New York's newest development, the Hudson Yards. Featuring Edge outdoor deck, interactive Snark Park, and unique performance space The Shed and The Vessel, the Hudson Yards showcases the best of New York's art, architecture, design, and culture. Wander through the several upscale shop and pick up your new favorites before heading back to the hotel to relax and prepare for an eventful evening in New York City.
Start your evening with a show on Broadway. Our Concierge team will be delighted to help you secure tickets, even for sold-out shows. Afterward, head into Lower East Side for a chic experience at Beauty and Essex filled with gourmet bites and handcrafted cocktails. Stay immersed in the New York nightlife by discovering speakeasies nearby, checking out the live music scene at Pianos or Arlene's Grocery, or dancing the night away in one of the several clubs in the area. End your night on a tasty note with grilled cheese and raspberry lemonade at Veselka, a local favorite.
The affluent used to have summer homes in Harlem because it was cooler than being in the heart of the city. Harlem boasts many beautiful buildings, not the least of which is a genuine Georgian mansion.
Staten Island Ferry
It would cost the City of New York more money to charge a fee for the Staten Island Ferry than to offer it for free.
The Frick Collection
The Frick Collection, which hosts a stunning array of Renaissance art and Old Masters, is actually a preserved Gilded Age 5th Avenue mansion.
InterContinental New York Barclay resides on the location of the old Vanderbilt Mansion. The "special" entrances to the Grand Central trains were actually the Vanderbilts' private train platforms.