Hyatt Grand Central New York expected to start welcoming guests on Nov. 1, 2021
CHICAGO, IL, 2021-Oct-14 — /Travel PR News/ — Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE: H) announced today (October 11, 2021) plans to rebrand Grand Hyatt New York in New York City next month to Hyatt Grand Central New York and resume operations of the centrally located property beginning Nov. 1, 2021.
Hyatt Grand Central New York is located at 109 E. 42nd Street, offering a premiere location in the heart of Midtown Manhattan for guests to rest and recharge after exploring all the city has to offer. Just steps away, guests will find world-class dining options, recently re-opened Broadway entertainment, renowned 5th Avenue shopping, and iconic city attractions like the Empire State Building.
Inside, the property features 1,298 inviting guestrooms and suites with glittering city views. The Market will help satisfy cravings with grab-and-go snacks and meals, and at the hotel’s 24/7 state-of-the-art fitness center, guests can maintain their fitness routine while away from home with Technogym® and Precor® cardio equipment and free weights. Hyatt Grand Central New York will offer distinctive member benefits through the World of Hyatt program, where it will participate in award Category 5, allowing members to earn and redeem points that can be used toward free nights, upgrades, experiences and more.
“With demand for travel continuing to increase in New York City, we are thrilled to embark on a new chapter for our ideally situated hotel in the heart of the Big Apple,” said Peter Roth, Area Vice President & General Manager, Hyatt Grand Central New York. “Hyatt Grand Central New York will help connect guests and World of Hyatt members with iconic New York City just outside our doors.”
RXR Realty and TF Cornerstone plan to redevelop the property, creating an iconic 2+-million-square-foot mixed-use development, including a new luxury hotel, world-class office and retail space, new public open space and dramatic improvements to the public transportation infrastructure in the Grand Central Terminal transit complex. At this time, the plan is that the hotel would close for such redevelopment no earlier than 2023.
For more information or to book a stay at Hyatt Grand Central New York beginning Nov. 1, please visit the hotel’s website here.
The term “Hyatt” is used in this release for convenience to refer to Hyatt Hotels Corporation and/or one or more of its affiliates.
About Hyatt Hotels Corporation
Hyatt Hotels Corporation, headquartered in Chicago, is a leading global hospitality company offering 20 premier brands. As of June 30, 2021, the Company’s portfolio included more than 1,000 hotel and all-inclusive properties in 68 countries across six continents. The Company’s purpose to care for people so they can be their best informs its business decisions and growth strategy and is intended to attract and retain top employees, build relationships with guests and create value for shareholders. The Company’s subsidiaries operate, manage, franchise, own, lease, develop, license, or provide services to hotels, resorts, branded residences, and vacation ownership properties, including under the Park Hyatt®, Miraval®, Grand Hyatt®, Alila®, Andaz®, The Unbound Collection by Hyatt®, Destination by Hyatt™, Hyatt Regency®, Hyatt®, Hyatt Ziva™, Hyatt Zilara™, Thompson Hotels®, Hyatt Centric®, Caption by Hyatt, JdV by Hyatt™, Hyatt House®, Hyatt Place®, tommie™, UrCove, and Hyatt Residence Club® brand names, and operates the World of Hyatt® loyalty program that provides distinct benefits and exclusive experiences to its valued members. For more information, please visit www.hyatt.com.
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