About Grand Hyatt New York
After a $130 Million renovation completed in 2011, the Grand Hyatt New York has reopened with a bold new look and modern mood. The hotel also boasts an upscale fine-dining restaurant, excellent amenities and a location convenient to all of Midtown’s top attractions.
Connected to Grand Central Terminal – an essential visit for lovers of architecture and shopping and an excellent convenience for travelers planning to explore other neighborhoods and boroughs – the Grand Hyatt New York is also within walking distance of Bryant Park’s green retreat behind the New York Public Library, and the neon pull of Times Square and the Theater District. Other Midtown attractions like Rockefeller Center, the Empire State Building and Macy’s Herald Square are a short walk or train ride away.
The lobby features space-age reflective surfaces, smooth white and gray furniture, a water wall fountain and giant sculptures by Juame Plensa, whose three dimensional marble faces echo the Moai sculptures on Easter Island. The grand and fresh feel of the hotel continues throughout its 1,306 guestrooms. Standard rooms evoke the feel of a chic Manhattan residence, with touch panel electrical systems, modern furniture, and contemporary artwork. Room features include king-size beds, Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, windows that open (a rarity in Manhattan) and bathrooms with stone floors and marble showers. The Grand Hyatt New York has 43 suites, five Premiere suites and one Presidential suite. Premiere Suites were designed by George Wong Design of New York and in addition to featuring more muted tones and clean lines, every suite has its own unique theme.
Hotel amenities include a modern gym, grab-and-go market and a fully-equipped business center. The Grand Club Lounge is a private hideaway within the hotel, serving breakfast every morning and snacks and drinks throughout the day. There is a kitchen/dining area, living room style area and even office and board room space. The highlight of the Grand Club Lounge is the outdoor terrace – a chic outdoor lounge with stunning views of the city.
Did you know?
Originally named the Commodore Hotel, the property first opened in 1919 and offered accommodations for $2.50 a night with the slogan: "A room and a bath for two and half."
The Grand Hyatt New York houses over 55,000 feet of event space. The elegant Empire State Ballroom is a local favorite for weddings and larger events and features hand blown Italian glass ceiling fixtures.
Business travelers will love the proximity to Grand Central Station and the modern fitness center and quality business center. Families and visitors on extended stays will appreciate the comfortable rooms, excellent location, upscale restaurant and modern décor.
Grand Hyatt New York Location Information:
109 East 42nd St.
New York, NY 10017
Grand Hyatt New York
109 East 42nd St. at Grand Central Terminal, New York, New York, 10017
4, 5, 6, 7, S to Grand Central/42nd St.
New York Central
This sleek restaurant and bar hangs over 42nd street and offers farm-to-table delicious dining, an open kitchen, illuminated bar and stunning views of Grand Central Station and the surrounding neighborhood. Head chef Christian Ragano’s menu features Western Mediterranean cuisine with a contemporary touch. A high-tech self-service Wine Station allows guests to peruse a variety of wines and enjoy at their leisure. Restaurant opens for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Manhattan Café Market
This grab-n-go market is open 24 hours and perfect for those needing a quick bite or snacks after a long day in the city. It features fresh food, wine and beer, coffee and creations from Dylan's Candy Bar.
- 24 hour front desk
- Airport Transportation
- ATM Machine
- Business Center
- Dry cleaning service
- Gift Shop
- Jacuzzi or Spa
- Parking - Valet