Park Ave at Grand Central Station New York,
Check-In/Check-Out: 4 PM/11 AM Rates: From $259 to $870 per night.
Location. The Grand Hyatt New York is located in New York City, N.Y., and connects directly to Grand Central Terminal's shopping/dining/train/subway complex. This Midtown hotel stands four blocks east of Times Square and Broadway theaters. Hotel Features. A spacious marble clad lobby features dramatic black, gold and scarlet décor and is constructed with enhanced acoustics. A waterfall cascades from the lobby's upper level into a marble lower level fountain. On site dining options include the Commodore Grill & Lounge that offers intimate atmosphere and prepares a seasonal American menu including low carbohydrate selections. The Manhattan Sky Restaurant and Bar features a windowed wall that overlooks passersby on 42nd Street. An extensive buffet of fresh fruits and made to order breakfasts is offered each morning. A 24 hour business center features five computer stations equipped with high speed Internet access. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the hotel for a fee. This property offers 55,000 square feet of function space that includes the magnificent Manhattan Ballroom. A complimentary city view health club offers cardiovascular equipment, weight machines, free weights and a personalized entertainment system.
Guestrooms. The 25 story Grand Hyatt New York houses 1,311 guestrooms that feature the Hyatt Grand Bed with Sealy Posturepedic pillow top mattresses, 250 thread count triple sheeting, down comforters, decorative throws and a pillow menu. Select rooms offer flat screen televisions with satellite connections. Wireless Internet access is available for a fee. Bathrooms boast granite vanities, imported stone floors, marble shower stalls, curved shower rods, telephones and Portico toiletries.
Hotel Expert's Tip. Traveling in New York City can prove a bit intimidating. The Grand Hyatt New York is connected directly to Grand Central Terminal where complimentary tours led by local guides teach New York newcomers the best ways to navigate the subway system.