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Grand Hyatt New York Offers Suite Deals for Fall and Winter Season

Save up to 50 percent at a posh New York City Midtown Hotel for a Limited Time Only

NEW YORK, NY. September 28, 2017 – The iconic Grand Hyatt New York in Midtown Manhattan is celebrating the changing of seasons by offering guests the opportunity to upgrade their standard room to a lavish suite for half the price. Designed to reflect an individual Manhattan residence, Grand Hyatt New York’s luxury suites are perfectly equipped with modern amenities and the comforts of home. With dining areas and lounge spaces, all suites come equipped with a Keurig® coffeemaker, two flat screen HDTVs, Bluetooth-enabled Cubieblue alarm clocks, complimentary Wi-Fi and deluxe June Jacobs® bathroom amenities.

Guests staying a minimum of two nights between September 24th and December 30th, 2017, will receive 50 percent off the cost to upgrade to a suite when using offer code NYC100. In addition to the discounted room, travelers will enjoy exclusive Grand Club access which includes daily complimentary breakfast, evening hors d’oeuvres and their very own private concierge, (Grand Club access is excluded from the Junior Suite and Corner Suite room types). Those looking to take advantage of this offer must book by November 4th at http://bit.ly/2eGOrvA.

Just a few steps away from Grand Hyatt New York are some of New York City’s most popular attractions. Travelers staying at the hotel have convenient access to the city’s autumn happenings and winter wonderland activities including Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park, window shopping on 5th Avenue, apple picking farms in upstate New York via Metro-North Railroad, Oktoberfest in Central Park, New York Botanical Garden’s Holiday Train Show, and visiting the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center.

“Whether our guests are coming to New York City on business or pleasure, we want travelers to celebrate the joy of travel in Grand style and this offer is the perfect opportunity to do just that,” said General Manager John Schafer. “Our luxurious suites provide comfort and convenience upon arrival, perfect for celebrating special occasions like birthdays and anniversaries. Additionally, we made this offer available during the holidays so guests can experience New York City during one of the most magical times of year.”

For more information or to make reservations at Grand Hyatt New York, visit newyork.grand.hyatt.com.

About Grand Hyatt New York

With a premier location on 42nd Street between Park and Lexington Avenues, Grand Hyatt New York lies in the heart of midtown Manhattan. Attached to the legendary Grand Central Terminal, Grand Hyatt New York is just steps away from the city’s best culture and attractions, including Times Square, Broadway, art, culinary experiences, and world-class shopping. The hotel has 1,298 guestrooms, including 43 suites. The suites range in size from 600 to more than 3,500 square feet. The guestrooms feature the Hyatt Grand Bed and have large workspaces. The Grand Club provides added luxury offering elevator key access, complimentary breakfast, afternoon snacks, and evening hors d’oeuvres. Grand Hyatt New York is perfect for groups of any size, boasting more than 50 meeting rooms and 60,000 square feet of meeting space, which can accommodate groups from 10 to 1,500 people. In spring 2017, the property debuted a multi-million dollar renovation of its Conference Level, including 12,000 square feet of meeting space and 18 breakout rooms. For additional information, visit the hotel’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, SnapChat and WeChat (@GrandHyattNYC). Follow @GrandHyatt on Facebook and Instagram, and tag photos with #LivingGrandNYC.

About Grand Hyatt

Around the world, Grand Hyatt hotels unlock the extraordinary in every moment by creating experiences beyond expectation. Located at the crossroads of local culture and global business within major gateway cities and resort destinations, each Grand Hyatt hotel is uniquely designed to reflect its own distinct environment and provides a hub for travelers and locals alike. Grand Hyatt hotels exemplify the pursuit of life lived grandly offering guests superior service, first-class accommodations and an abundance of options within a multicultural backdrop of dramatic architecture and innovative design. Grand Hyatt properties boast inventive restaurants, luxury spas, fitness centers, and business and meeting facilities. Grand Hyatt hotels stand to make every moment memorable through their commitment to living grand every day. For additional information or to make a reservation, please visit grandhyatt.com. Follow @GrandHyatt on Facebook and Instagram, and tag photos with #GoGrand.

CONTACT:
Yvonne Lo
Eleven Six PR
yvonne@elevensixpr.com
646.685.8325

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