Park Hyatt New York Review

New York, NY | Visited

1 King Bed Studio Suite | Room 1008

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"Park Hyatt New York is a luxury five-star hotel in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, located directly across from Carnegie Hall and one block from Central Park. Spacious guest rooms and suites offer floor-to-ceiling views of the city and spa-like amenities. Find serenity at Spa Nalai, explore our curated art collection, or host an event in one of our unforgettable venues." - Park Hyatt New York


4.50

out of 5

Excellent

Hotel rating breakdown

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Bed Comfort

4.5
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Gym

5
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WiFi

1.5
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Location

5
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Pool

4.5
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Room Amenities (TV, Coffee machine etc.)

5
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Cleanliness/Covid Protocols

4.5
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Service

5
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Value

3.5

Bottom Line

What we loved

  • Comfortable King size bed, firm mattress with minimal partner motion transfer.
  • Attentive, courteous personable staff (not too stuffy).
  • Spacious room with minimal functional decor that hid clutter. Appreciated the hardwood floors where the bed was on a large rug.
  • Spacious bathroom with dual vanity, water closet, soaking tub & separate shower. However, I never figured out how to enable the heated floors.
  • During check-in was told the Globalist breakfast credit was $90 per day. Day 1 total of $150 and day 2 total of $230 were fully removed.
  • Large gym with sauna & locker rooms.
  • Hotel has a small indoor pool with great views.
  • Fully stocked mini bar which included two sets of drink glasses and coffee cups.
  • There were fresh flowers in the bathroom.
  • Daily housekeeping and turn down service.
  • The blacklight test came up negative, room was very clean (as expected).
  • Electronic controls of lights and curtains; curtains could be partial opened.
  • Blackout curtains kept 95% of the sunshine out.
  • The room had outlets located on both sides of the bed.
  • US Open art throughout the lobby along with an gallery on the ground floor.

What we did not like

  • Wifi speed slow - unable to get on premium wifi.
  • Two elevator systems - one to the lobby and the other to the guest rooms.
  • Chromecast was not working in the provided panel under the TV.
  • Living room TV did not swivel, which prevented viewing from any location other than directly in front.
  • Expensive dining options.
  • The room did not have USB charging and there were limited available outlets in the “living room”.
  • Our 10th (of 25) floor room looked into the Carneige Hall offices across the street.

Verdict

Booked a two night stay in a King Bed for 50k points before the dynamic pricing went into effect. The week of check-in, the standard King Bed room was listed for $1,325 each night or 35k points. With a great location near Central Park, along with personable staff and modern rooms, we will definitely stay here (on points) again when in New York.

Hotel Techology

Slow

Internet Speed

4Mbps

This internet speed is great for:

Web Browsing

Emails

Streaming Music

TV Ports, Plugs & other tech

Availiable in the room/hotel

Yes

Key Card needed for Elevator

No

Guest In-Room Tablet

No

Mobile Key Access

No

Chromecast/Smart TV

No

Wired Internet

Yes

Hospitality App/Texting Available

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