JUMP TO:
  • Top Places
  • All
0 Ratings
+ Share On... Facebook Twitter

Grand Hyatt New York

Map & Directions 109 E. 42nd St.
New York, NY 10017
FLAG
 
212-883-1234
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Full bar

Description

Village Voice's Description

Located right next door to Grand Central Station, this gleaming Trump monolith earned the distinction "Most Accommodating Hotel Lobby" back in 2009 from this publication for a reason: convenience. As long as you're reasonable, one can pass time waiting for a friend at the Grand Hyatt Hotel's lobby in peace and quiet... so long as all of the right angles, stainless steel, and gaudy take on modernist style don't bug you too much. However, should you decide to drop some big bucks for a meal, the New York Central Bar and Kitchen serves an upscale and seasonal New American menu which covers all the basics--from steak frites to roasted chicken. Located in an elaborately windowed solarium-type room, the glowing bar has a space-aged feel to it, and in the lobby, the 24/7 Market sells prepared food and drink. Got a room? Grab a bottle of wine on the way up. --Alex Spoto

 
Member Reviews

No Reviews yet, leave the first one below!

Your Review:

Your Rating:

 

 
Tips from foursquare

  • PHOTO: One of the longest living human beings, Zaro Aga of Turkey was estimated to be 157 at his death. See this picture from 1930 of Aga at the Commodore Hotel, now the Grand Hyatt, at the link!

  • Todd C. on 01/15/13

    Take a picture of you room number with your smartphone. That way you don't have to remember it at midnight.

  • Jaunted on 04/12/10

    Head up the escalators and to the right of reception you'll find MARKET, a new 24/7 grab-n-go food spot. Nice alternative to the crap in Grand Central Station

  • Wayne S. on 01/16/10

    This is a great place to use a bathroom. Simply walk all the way through the lobby and behind the elevators.

  • Enrique D. on 10/09/11

    Ridiculously expensive Internet access :-(

Check out Grand Hyatt New York on Foursquare

 
Menu

More Restaurants in New York

  • EN Japanese Brasserie
    Greenwich Village

    There are more than 40 locations of this izakaya-style restaurant in Japan; it&185;s too bad not more of them have made their way to the... More on EN Japanese Brasserie >>

  • Sao Mai
    East Village

    Sao Mai ("Morning Star"), far from Chinatown in the East Village, offers a Vietnamese menu that doesn’t stray into Cantonese territory, nor does... More on Sao Mai >>

  • Katz's Delicatessen
    Lower East Side

    Visit this century-old deli before they decide to raze it and build a high-rise condo. Tip the carvers $1 before you order and get a... More on Katz's Delicatessen >>

  • Del Posto
    West Village

    This Batali spawn outdoes Babbo in several significant ways. In size, certainly, though the effect of the hulking space is to increase the... More on Del Posto >>

  • Pearl Oyster Bar
    West Village

    In emulation of the lobster pounds Down East, the modest bill of fare highlights the freshest seafood simply prepared, from the elemental... More on Pearl Oyster Bar >>

  • Tartine
    West Village

    Split in half, sodden with butter, and crunchy on top with slivered almonds and coagulated sugar, the almond croissant is so good at Tartine that... More on Tartine >>

See More Restaurants in New York

Reviews and News

No recent reviews or news articles for this place.

 
Best Of Awards

advertisement

More New American Restaurants

Today's Daily Deal

E-Cigarette Ultra Kit ($50 value) View more Voice Daily Deals

Events Nearby

Restaurants Nearby

advertisement
Loading...