NEW YORK—Hyatt Hotels Corporation and HHM announced that Hyatt Union Square New York is now taking reservations for stays beginning April 2013. The newly built, 178-room hotel will feature urban style guestrooms and new dining and bar concepts by local restaurateurs.
Located at 13th Street and Fourth Avenue, the building’s features a historic façade and a 23-foot high entryway. The lobby, designed by acclaimed interior designer Paul Vega, will feature custom made contemporary pieces.
“Union Square is a must see, cultural destination in downtown Manhattan, and visitors in town for both business and leisure want to stay in this neighborhood, but did not previously have the hotel options. Hyatt Union Square New York will answer this demand with an offering unlike anything nearby,” says Chris Holbrook, general manager, Hyatt Union Square New York. “Every detail of Hyatt Union Square New York is focused on enticing today’s edgy, yet sophisticated, urban traveler, and guests are granted the benefit of staying in the perfect location for a true New York experience.”
The guestrooms will range from loft-style studios with and without outdoor terraces to two presidential suites. The Sanctuary, a one-bedroom suite located on the second floor, will offer a 954 square foot landscaped terrace overlooking the corner of 13th Street and Fourth Avenue, and will feature a separate living area. The Empyreal suite on the 11th floor will offer neighborhood views through floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room and bedroom. Additional guestroom accommodation categories include: Urbane Studio, Urbane Sky Room, Urbane Terrace, Courtyard Studio, and Alcove Loft.
Hyatt Union Square New York will offer new restaurants by One Five Hospitality Group, led by restaurateurs Jo-Ann Makovitzky and Marco A. Moreira. The hotel’s signature restaurant, The Fourth, is an all-day American Brasserie that will serve traditional brasserie fare. Singl Lounge will serve an extensive single malt scotch selection and single vineyard wine by the glass selection.