What is the design style of InterContinental New York Times Square?

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The design style of InterContinental New York Times Square is contemporary and chic. Designed by Jeffrey Beers International, the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended hotel combines Art Deco-inspired touches with modern elegance. Large floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking bustling 44th Street in the Ça Va Lounge lobby bar add to the urban, airy feel of the space. The cream and brown marble floored lobby opens up to the comfortable Concierge Lounge with thoughtful touches such as a built-in wall bookshelf full of books and sculptures, making the space feel intimate and reminiscent of a library. Two dark wood desks with leather chairs and a warm gray and brown patterned carpet keep the look streamlined. And just beyond the lobby’s front desk is the glass-enclosed outdoor Courtyard Viewing Garden, a paradise of Zen filled with bamboo, manicured greenery and smooth white stones. Keeping with the calm, clean design theme, guest rooms are decorated primarily with a soothing color palette of beige, brown, cream and white. Sophisticated dark wood fixtures with white detailing add to the sleek design and floor-to-ceiling windows let you take in the sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline from the luxury hotel.

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