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I rarely enjoy a hotel this much and Hyatt Union Square was one I truly enjoyed. It wasn’t for the stars it carried, not for the luxury offered, but it’s their attention to details that left me amazed. Hyatt Union Square hotel is managed by a young team of professionals who know exactly what they are doing… My week was a memorable and I would recommend it to my friends planning on visiting the Big Apple.
The experience starts as you arrive… the hotel door is opened, as the receptionist welcomes you with attention while you're shown to your room. A small lobby that’s full of positive vibes and good music, with a lounge that occupies the right side and two restaurants take over the left side. I was enchanted.
The Hyatt Union Square has 178 luxe guestrooms and suites that evoke the city's vibrant spirit and invigorating atmosphere. Renowned interior designer Paul Vega created a unique urban space that blends high-tech design with natural elements. The building’s historic façade and expansive 25-foot high ceiling provide a grand entrance for your welcome, and their enthusiastic team ensures that all your expectations are exceeded.
High ceiling welcomes you with a relaxing seating area, which we used at several occasions. Look for the flying beds that decorate the restaurants. A shot to be shared on social media…
The room can be described as a spacious living area with a view on the street. It has a large bathroom, a working desk and one of the most relaxing beds and pillows I've ever seen in a hotel. I slept like a baby the whole 9 nights.
- An oversized work desk with an enhanced work desk lighting
- Robes, Hairdryer and an Iron with ironing board
- Minibar and Coffee maker
- Cable/satellite TV channels with Video on demand
- Geneva Sound System docking station and Radio alarm clock
- 37-inch TV
- Dual line phones with Cordless phone and Voicemail
- High-speed Internet access with Dataport
- Individual heat control and Individual air conditioning control
- Windows that open to the street below
- Safe large enough to store a laptop computer
- Morning newspaper
About the area: Union Square offers distinguished restaurants, the world-famous Greenmarket, a historic park, and countless shopping and entertainment venues. With the arrival of new technology firms and venture capital companies, this exciting neighborhood is the center of New York City’s Digital District, with an entrepreneurial edge that perfectly complements its artistic culture.
A lot of things would make me come back; some of which include some small details like the attentive staff who make sure to call you by your name... the porter who stands outside at the door welcoming guests into the hotel, the staff at the reception with continuous smiles on their faces, and always find something nice to tell you…
Internet in the room is super fast and I love it. I think I uploaded more than a terra bite of data in a week. The air conditioning unite is also well equilibrated and wen you put it at 21 degrees, it simply respects it without freezing. Showers have a good power and the shampoo is soothing.
I tried the restaurant "The Fourth" for breakfast and lunch and both were good. Please feel free to read the different reviews.
I really couldn't find a single negative point. I paid $330 per night in high season and believe me it was worth each penny.