Newly redesigned Barclay hotel aims for presidential business - Hervé Houdré Sustainability Consulting
One of the city’s Grand Dame hotels will be debuting her significant facelift in this month — one that puts her in position to woo the president of the United States.
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Newly redesigned Barclay hotel aims for presidential business

This article first appeared on April 11, 2016 in The New York Post

One of the city’s Grand Dame hotels will be debuting her significant facelift in this month — one that puts her in position to woo the president of the United States.

The InterContinental New York Barclay has been shuttered for the past 20 months for a massive $180 million renovation, including a new 3,000-square-foot presidential suite — twice the size of the of the previous penthouse suite.

The two-bedroom presidential suite — costing between $15,000 and $25,000 a night, depending on the season — will be completed by the summer and will have a steam room, fitness equipment, a living and dining room, among other amenities that will put the property in the running for the White House’s business.

 

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