Hyatt Times Square

The Hyatt Times Square is a hotel that travelers will do well to consider when searching for their Manhattan travel bases. Opened on December 3, 2013, this sophisticated urban retreat is found at 135 West 45th Street and calls the heart of Midtown home. Just steps away is Times Square and all of its lively neon glitz. The list of notable nearby attractions certainly doesn’t end there, and when guests of the Hyatt Times Square aren’t out exploring the city, they can indulge in the spacious comfort of their rooms or take advantage of the hotel’s splendid facilities. Among the facilities is the only hotel spa in the more immediate area.

Rooms

Rooms
Rooms

The Hyatt Times Square rises 54 stories into the Manhattan sky and is the Hyatt corporation’s largest new build in New York City in more than 30 years. While sizeable, the hotel feels more intimate than you might at first think. This is because there are only 11 rooms or less on each floor. Each of the rooms is spacious, with even the smaller Standard rooms measuring 325 square feet. Next up are the Deluxe One King units, which offer 340 square feet of living space. If that’s still not enough, you can book a 530-square-foot Suite or take things even further and opt to stay in a 825-square-foot Premier Suite. Regardless of the room in question, a chic modern décor and a most satisfying array of amenities will make staying in a real temptation. Large flat-screen televisions, Hyatt Stereo iPod docking stations, individual climate control, refrigerators, and comfy robes and slippers are just some of the standard in-room amenities, and if you want to let the city noise in, all of the rooms have windows that open. Check-in time for the Hyatt Times Square is 4 PM, while check-out is 11 AM. Accessible rooms are available.

Rooftop Lounge

The Hyatt Times Square is the tallest Hyatt hotel in the world and boasts a rooftop lounge that is one of the best in the country. After all, the lounge offers New York City skyline views, and how can you top that? The amazing views can be savored while inside at the bar or from the lounge’s 1,400-square-foot outdoor terrace. Either way, the setting is bound to invigorate and might just prove to be one of the fondest memories of your NYC escape. The dazzling Rooftop Lounge at the Hyatt Times Square can be used for meetings and other kinds of group gatherings, so be sure to keep it in mind when planning special get togethers in the Big Apple.

Dining

Dining
Dining

In addition to beverages, it is possible to order some food at the Hyatt Times Square’s rooftop lounge. In other words, lounge visitors can savor more than just the river-to-river city views. Complementing the hotel’s rooftop lounge is the retro-style Hyatt Diner, which aims to become a trendy theater district gathering spot. The fashionable Hyatt Diner stays open well into the night, and for those guests who are interested in dining in their rooms, it is possible to order both meals and snacks by phone or via the hotel’s app. Pick-up or room delivery can be arranged.

Nearby Attractions

Nearby Attractions
Nearby Attractions

The Hyatt Times Square rooms and facilities are enough to warrant a stay when visiting New York City. Add in the location of the hotel, and it just gets better. So much is so close by, including Broadway and its theaters, MoMA, Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center, the Fifth Avenue shops, and Madison Square Garden. Not too far to the northwest of the Hyatt Times Square, Central Park unfolds, offering even more incentive to book a room at the hotel. Depending on your transportation concerns, you might also appreciate the relative proximity of the Hyatt Times Square to Grand Central Station.

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