Park Ave At Grand Central Station, New York, NY | Directions 1001740.752998 -73.977057
Neighborhoods: Midtown, Murray Hill
DON'T STAY HERE !! IMPERSONAL & RACIST STAFF – If youre a people of color...of any kind, DO NOT STAY here ! the staff, esp. the check in staff ( the niggah's) will put the race issue to the table, and all they do is to check you in, i guess to some people, checking people is hard to do. Also, some of the staff here are SOO impersonal. Asking for a late check out for a 5night stay they cant even do that. Kept knocking at my door to do housekeeping ( even the tag says " donot distub" sign in on. and didnt stop 'til I open the door and told them hold on to the cleaning.
The lady bartender was nice and warm and the man during my check out was courteous and nice.
They are doing a renovation, again, hopefully, they will also overhaul the attitude.
Awesome Hotel – As many times as I've visited NY (about 15 times), last year was my first time that I stayed at the Grand Hyatt/ Grand Central Station. It's in walking distance to everything (Time Square, Central Park, major shopping districts and some of the best restuarants in the country). The ambiance was nice and relaxing. The hotel employees were attentive and outgoing, the restuarant food was deliscious, and the rooms...though small, were very clean and fresh! I'll be traveling to NY again in just a few weeks, and once again...I'll be staying at the Grand Hyatt/Grand Central Station!
Love This Hotel. – I have stayed here many times. It is a beautiful hotel.
I love the fact that when it is cold outside you can just shop in the mall underneath the hotel. I love the Grand Central Market. Always tons of fresh foods.
The rooms are a little small, but this is NYC.
I loved my stay. I usually can get this on priceline for the rate of $105.00 per night when I am lucky.
Good hotel all around – My husband and I spent a long weekend in NYC and were on a budget. The Grand Hyatt had several specials that met our requirements. We thought because we were skimping on cost the hotel wouldn't be as nice but we were wrong. We had a very early Saturday arrival and the hotel was able to get us a room to checkin. They asked if we would be ok with a handicap room, which we were. Turns out, the handicap room actually provided more space than a normal room. The only main difference we noticed was the bathroom being a bit lower. We read complaints about the space of the room but we found it to be rather large for NYC. We also read reviews that the bed was not comfortable but we thought it was quite comfortable. We had drinks at the hotel bar one evening and had a delightful experience. The bartender was very personable. At checkout, the gentleman was very curtious and asked us specific questions about our stay. Although our room did not have much of a view, it was a great location and central to everything. The hotel is literally directly connected to Grand Central Station. There were many good restaurants in the area. Overall, we had an excellent experience and would stay at this hotel again.
Excellent location and beautiful hotel – My boyfriend and I stayed here recently and we were very impressed. The hotel is beautiful and the room was very comfortable. There is a huge sitting area in the lobby that was very comfortable and great for relaxing. The location was also ideal being right next to Grand Central. We were able to hop on and off the subway easily and because of that got to see a lot of New York during our stay. The hotel was also within walking distance of Times Square and other tourist locations. We would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone and would stay here again.
Upscale hotel's comfortable rooms and modern business facilities appeal to both business and leisure travelers. – In Short
Soon after the first Hyatt hotel opened in Los Angeles in 1957, Hyatt hotels and resorts became known for their dramatic atrium lobbies and their ability to express local flavor. Rooms feature beds with Sealy brand mattresses and down comforters, flat-screen TVs with cable access, wireless Internet, iPod-adaptable alarm clock/radios, Starbucks coffee and Portico bath products. Travelers enjoy the convenience of hotel and airline check-in kiosks, fitness facilities, multiple business centers and ample meeting spaces.
Superb central location; courteous helpful staff; well-appointed, comfortable, fairly large rooms – Stayed here for four days in August 2006. Now known as the Grand Hyatt New York. Excellent service at check in and throughout stay. Adjacent and connceted to Grand Central Station, it could not be in a more convenient location. Rooms are modern, uncluttered and quite nicely appointed. Some bathrooms are larger than others. Back rooms do not enjoy much of a view, but they are quiet. Rooms overlooking 42nd Street have better views, but are slightly noisier, but not at all a distraction. Pricey at full rate, but I would not hesitate to return or to recommend.
Grand Hyatt – This was a very nice ane luxurious hotel. It had great food, great service, and it was in a good location.
The Grand Place – We could not have been more happy with this hotel.Price, service, and friendly people everywhere.
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