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109 East 42nd Street, Park Avenue at Grand Central Terminal, Midtown East, New York City, NY 10017, United States of America – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.1/10! (score from 841 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Grand Hyatt New York.
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WiFi is available in all areas and charges apply.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs USD 65 per day.
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 18 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 50 per person per night when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged USD 30 per person per night in an extra bed.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Weren't prepared for the storm. Room was decent , however restaurant had no food for its patrons. But the bar remained open until midnight so that was a good thing
No food on premises
Location was excellent. Room size was good.
Average service. Not bad, but not good. Lack of amenities. No bar fridge, no coffee making, etc.
Was dissatisfied with another hotel, so I switched to the Grand Hyatt after securing a room with a last minute, very affordable reservation. The Hyatt did not let me down - I was so glad I switched.
After entering Grand Central Terminal from Lexington, finding the hotel lobby can be a real challenge.
The amenities, comfort and the overall ambience
More suited for business travellers
The location was great and the room was very clean.
The bed was comfortable. The location was decent.
Extremely long wait at check in with only one person manning a desk for about 10 minutes before anyone else came (the line was very long). The room was unappealing, dingy and with exposed wires coming out of the ceiling. The room was also very cold and would only begin to warm up when thermostat was set on 80 degrees (the highest temperature). No room service after 11 PM and the 24 hour store downstairs was poorly stocked and with unappealing selections, anyway. Very disappointed and a very mediocre hotel.
Location was excellent. Staff was very helpful.
I was disappointed that there was a charge for wifi usage. There was also a charge to store your bags for a couple of hours after check-out.
Noises in the corridors and early start of staff
I was immediately upgraded....they did their best to make us feel very welcomed.
I could have used a coffee machine in the room. I'm sure if I asked for it, they would have gotten it for me.
Noise in hallway during the night.
Location fantastic. Market shop in lobby great - stocked a huge range of food. We had a broken bathroom fan and when I brought it to their attention, it was fixed within an hour.
For a 5 star hotel, Wi-Fi should be free and available in rooms. This was very disappointing. The time wait for hotel front desk staff to check out was about 30 minutes & way too long and quite unacceptable - I wasted valuable holiday time. Unless they provide more staff, they should give out numbers and let people sit down to wait. The restaurant only has a very limited menu, for between their lunch and dinner serving times. I wanted something to eat just after 3pm and there was nothing healthy or appealing on the "out of hours" menu. I ended up going across the road to the Central Café which was fantastic. They should have a better menu 24/7, after all , this is New York! Tea and coffee should be available for free in the lobby - it would be a nice gesture.
Location was great..room was what it looked like .bed very comfortable..couldn't have been happier.. Staff friendly and efficient.
there wasn't a gift shop in the hotel thankfully cvs right down the street. did not use WiFi because I don't believe that it should be an extra charge
front desk was really helpful and attentive, however house keeping was a little lack in that sense.
house keeping missed our room for a couple of time during our 7 nights stay.
I had a great stay at the grand hyatt. They were very accommodating; let us check in early and check out late. The concierge brought extra water glasses up to our room upon request. Great stay and great location
I liked the location of the hotel and the kindness of the staff.I think your staff is very professional and great with the guests.
The only thing I didn't like was the paid wifi
Large, nicely decorated, welcoming lobby with plenty of seats. Pleasant, helpful staff. Good size room by NYC standard with comfortable queen bed in contemporary style. New York Central restaurant had nice atmosphere, pleasant staff and a quite decent menu.
Mineral water was not provided (in contrast to Hyatt Times Square). WiFi charged $12.95 per day.
The only good thing about this hotel is the location.
not very clean, staff were not too friendly, had to pay for wifi at a 5 star hotel! SERIOUSLY??? the room and passage decor not so nice. Generally more like a 3 star altogether!
The grand king room was very clean and organized. It also smelled cleaned, which is a plus. The linens on the bed were white and crisp. The room including bathroom was very modern and designed in good taste. The location of the hotel is convenient because it's next door to Grand Central Station!
My husband and I found the bed in grand king room to be too firm.
Location, staffs, lobby, TV
Cleanliness - when you see upside to the mirror in the bathroom, you can see many dirts. Behind of the bed side table too. I have no idea how long they have been cleaned. Amenities - No toothbrush and toothpaste, no bathrobe (if requested, they can bring it but why don't they bring earlier before I checked in?)
Energy wasting - the hotel windows had SINGLE GLAZING only, so that water caused by condensation streamed down my hotel window. Energy conservation is obviously not an issue with Grand Hyatt Hotel on East 42nd Street.
Location was fantastic and a gentleman was there to assist us with our bags on arrival. Staff were very friendly. There's a "marketplace" which is like a mini convenience store in the lobby with drinks, snacks and light meals. There's a connection straight into Grand Central Station.
The bed covering was a blanket in between two sheets.. Not ideal for winter. The spare blanket was dirty with hair still on it and the pillows are half the standard size. Beds were very uncomfortable. The hot water was often slow to come through and there are no tea or coffee facilities in the room.
Restaurant did not have variety of foods. Each day was same menu.
The location was very good for us considering the places we wanted to visit. The hotel itself was very nice. We appreciated the convenience of the hotel market, and access to Grand Central. All in all it was pretty good, although I felt some things could have been better with the New Year's eve celebration.
Upon arrival our room was not ready. That was understandable since we got there around 2:30p.m. and it was NYE. However, the clerk took our number and said she would call when our room was ready. We never got a call. I was also surprised we were charged per bag to hold them while we waited. We spent the evening in the lounge hoping to watch the ball drop on TV. Finally some one asked to turn it on! At one point the signal was lost or the channel was changed? At midnight I thought the waiters were giving out complimentary glasses of champagne to bring in the new year, but no. So I quickly ordered two glasses of champagne only to find out I was given the most expensive brand without my asking. $44 for two glasses of champagne about floored me. I was disappointed. All the while the waiter had a smile on his face as I felt he was really saying, "You're a pain in my @#$%."
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