Area Attractions

New York City, known as "the city that never sleeps," offers year-round entertainment at all hours of the day, and our Midtown hotel on 42nd Street puts guests right where you need to be. Walk to nearby destinations including Bryant Park, the Empire State Building, Grand Central Station and other iconic sites. With world-famous shops, restaurants and museums at your doorstep, Hyatt Grand Central New York is the perfect home base for your next NYC adventure.

Hyatt Grand Central New York

109 East 42nd Street at Grand Central Terminal
New York, New York, United States, 10017



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Must-See Attractions

Times Square
Grand Central Station
Central Park

Grand Central Terminal

As the only hotel connected to this world-famous landmark and transportation hub, guests can easily catch a train to any of the city’s five boroughs. Known for its history and architecture, Grand Central attracts more than 20 million tourists each year.

Empire State Building

Take in Manhattan's iconic skyline from the top of the world’s most recognizable building. Boasting 360 ̊ views at 1,025 feet, the observatory offers views of One World Trade Center, Central Park, the Statue of Liberty, and the Brooklyn Bridge.

New York Botanical Gardens

Step outside the city and discover pure serenity amongst thousands of seasonal flowers, shrubs, trees, and wildlife. Located just a short train ride away, the Hyatt Grand Central New York offers exclusive admission discounts and round-trip transportation.

SUMMIT One Vanderbilt

SUMMIT One Vanderbilt is the newest addition to Manhattan’s stunning observation decks. Located right next door to Hyatt Grand Central New York and perched on the top three floors of one of the tallest skyscrapers in Manhattan, SUMMIT One Vanderbilt features an immersive, multi-sensory experience with art installations, culinary experiences, and of course spectacular views to help you discover a new perspective.

Central Park

A sprawling urban oasis in the heart of NYC, Central Park covers 843 acres and features lush greenery, winding paths, picturesque lakes, and iconic landmarks like the Central Park Zoo and the Bethesda Fountain. Walk the numerous paths, discover hidden surprises, or picnic on one of the many lawns.

United Nations

Get a glimpse of the inner workings of one of the world's most important organizations, and learn about the history and purpose of the UN. From the iconic General Assembly Hall to the stunning art collection, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

Arts & Culture


Broadway is the heart of American theater, and a must-visit destination for anyone visiting New York City. From classic musicals to cutting-edge plays, Broadway has something for everyone. Catch a show at one of the iconic theaters like the Majestic, the Palace, or the Lyceum, and experience the magic of live theater. With talented actors, stunning sets, and unforgettable music, Broadway is a one-of-a-kind experience you won't want to miss.

The Met

Located in the heart of New York City, The Met boasts an incredible collection of art spanning 5,000 years from cultures around the world. From ancient Egyptian artifacts to contemporary masterpieces, there's something for everyone. With rotating exhibitions, lectures, and special events, The Met is a cultural hub that should be on every visitor's must-see list.

The MoMA

The Museum of Modern Art is a must-visit destination for art lovers visiting New York City. With a collection that spans the 19th century to the present day, MoMA is home to some of the most iconic works of modern and contemporary art, including pieces by Picasso, Warhol, and Pollock. The museum also features rotating exhibitions, film screenings, and lectures, making it a dynamic cultural hub.

The Guggenheim Museum

Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the Guggenheim Museum’s iconic spiral structure is a work of art in itself. Inside, visitors can explore an extensive collection of modern and contemporary art, including works by Kandinsky, Chagall, and Picasso. The Guggenheim also hosts temporary exhibitions and offers educational programs, making it a hub for art enthusiasts of all ages. With its unique architecture and impressive collection, the Guggenheim is a must-visit for anyone interested in the art world.

Whitney Museum of American Art

Located in Manhattan's Meatpacking District, this museum boasts an extensive collection of 20th- and 21st-century art, including works by American greats like Edward Hopper and Jasper Johns. The Whitney also hosts rotating exhibitions, film screenings, and educational programs, making it a vibrant cultural hub.

American Museum of Natural History

With over 33 million specimens and artifacts, this museum's collection spans the entire history of the natural world. Visitors can explore exhibits on everything from dinosaur fossils to human evolution to space exploration. The museum also features planetarium shows, educational programs, and special exhibitions, making it a hub for science enthusiasts of all ages.


5th Avenue

Known as ‘Millionaire’s Row,’ 5th Avenue is home to some of the world’s most expensive retail spaces. Spanning over six miles, attractions such as Central Park, St. Patrick's Cathedral, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art can also be found along this famous street.

Macy's Herald Square

With 2.2 million-square-foot of retail space spanning across 11 floors, Macy’s Herald Square is one of the largest department stores in the world. Browse high-end fashion brands or grab lunch from one of the in-store restaurants during your visit.


Soho is a vibrant neighborhood located in Lower Manhattan, New York City. Known for its chic boutiques, trendy cafes, and cast-iron architecture, Soho is a must-visit destination for anyone looking for a unique shopping and dining experience. Explore the many art galleries and stroll through the historic streets lined with boutiques, cafes, and bars.

Hudson Yards

Explore this up-and-coming neighborhood on the Hudson River, featuring more than 100 shops, restaurants, and attractions. With easy access from Grand Central Terminal via the 7 train, attending a conference at the Javits Center, climbing the Vessel, or going to a concert at the Shed is more convenient than ever.

Brookfield Place

Brookfield Place is a high-end shopping and dining destination located in Lower Manhattan. The complex features a mix of luxury brands and specialty stores, as well as a wide selection of dining options ranging from casual cafes to upscale restaurants. Brookfield Place is also home to the stunning Winter Garden Atrium, which hosts live performances, art exhibitions, and cultural events throughout the year.

Treat Yourself

Urbanspace Vanderbilt

Don’t miss this trendy, vibrant food hall featuring more than 20 artisanal, carefully crafted food concepts that will satisfy any craving. Located just around the corner from Hyatt Grand Central New York, Urbanspace is the perfect way to start or end your day.

Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant

Since opening its doors in 1913, Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant has been a city staple for more than 100 years. Located inside Grand Central Terminal, this historic restaurant continues to serve some of the freshest seafood in New York City.

The Campbell Bar

What was once an office to one of America’s richest business tycoons is now an iconic, fully-restored bar nestled inside Grand Central Terminal. Full of charm and ambience, the Campbell Bar is the perfect spot to grab a drink and a quick bite to eat.

Grand Central Market

Grand Central Market is a foodie's paradise located inside Grand Central Terminal. The market features a diverse selection of vendors offering everything from fresh seafood to artisanal cheese, and specialty chocolate. It's a great spot to grab a quick bite or shop for gourmet groceries.