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Hyatt to rebrand Grand Hyatt New York under the Hyatt brand and reopen it in November 2021

Hyatt has announced plans to rebrand Grand Hyatt New York under the Hyatt brand and reopen it in November 2021.

Hyatt Grand Central New York, slated to reopen on 1st November 2021, is located at 109 E. 42nd Street, offering a premiere location in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. 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.

Lobby

The property is massive just like many other New York hotels. The hotel 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 be a category 5 hotel in World of Hyatt’s award chart.

Standard Guest room

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Peter Roth, Area Vice President & General Manager, Hyatt Grand Central New York, Hyatt, said:

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. 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.

Featured image by Hyatt

Both the other images by Hyatt

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