Area Attractions

Our hotel is at the crossroads of New York and its vibrant neighborhoods. We’re steps from things to do in Union Square and located near Manhattan's nightlife scene, NYU, Greenwich Village, SoHo and the East Village. Encounter quaint eateries, high-end boutique shopping, art galleries and music venues.

Hyatt Union Square New York

134 Fourth Avenue
New York, New York, United States, 10003



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Colleges + Universities

New York University

Located in Greenwich Village, Hyatt Union Square New York is within walking distance of New York University (NYU), just 6 blocks away. Our hotel offers an ideal place to stay for parents, visitors, faculty, and students taking campus tours of this esteemed NYC institution.

The New School

Located less than half a mile from the Hyatt Union Square New York, The New School, brings together scholars, artists, and designers to create positive change. The aim of the school is to educate students to solve the most important social issues faced by the world.

Arts + Culture

Whitney Museum of American Art

The Whitney Museum of American Art offers twentieth-century and contemporary American Art created by living American artists. Specialized programs encouraging children of all ages to learn about art through various activities and events.

The Daryl Roth Theatre

Built in 1907, this landmark was formerly the Union Square Savings Bank. Catch an off-Broadway show at this performance space featuring two auditoriums: the Daryl Roth Theatre, which seats up to 300 people, and the DR2 Theatre, which seats 99.

The Public Theatre

At its landmark home in Astor Place, the Public Theater is housed in the former Astor Library. The building houses five theater spaces and Joe’s Pub, a cabaret-style venue for performance artists and musicians.

Astor Place Theatre

Built in 1831, the Greek Revival-style building was once the home to the Astor and Vanderbilt families. Now, home to the Blue Man Group, the three, bald and blue men combine a nonverbal performance with music for 90- to 105-minutes.

Webster Hall

This East Village staple, located between 3rd and 4th Avenue, dates back to 1886 when it was created as a theatre and events hall. Just two blocks from our hotel, you can enjoy the renovated concert venue to hear the latest music artist.

Local Food + Drink

Bowery Road

Stop by Bowery Road, an American restaurant and bar for seasonal produce sourced from Union Square Greenmarket. Treat yourself to cuisine in an industrial-chic setting with all-day menus, including brunch and happy hour specials.

Library of Distilled Spirits

The literary-themed cocktail bar and lounge provides an extensive collection of distilled spirits. Relax around a communal wooden table, the study-like leather sofas or on the patio with a cocktail while enjoying the bites from Bowery Road’s menus.

Tim Ho Wan

Tim Ho Wan was created by Chef Mak Kwai Pui and Chef Leung Fai Keung to open their first dim sum restaurant, which also earned them one Michelin star. Adhering to the original Hong Kong recipes, Tim Ho Wan’s dim sum are fresh, tasty and affordable.

Max Brenner Chocolate Bar

Chocolate lovers rejoice. On the corner of 13th Street and Broadway, Max Brenner’s Chocolate Bar & Chocolate Shop offers the best dessert or delectable destination. Favorites such as chocolate crepes to milkshakes can all be had at this location.

Whole Foods Market

Need to stock your room with healthier snack and drinks? One of the original New York City locations, Whole Foods Market located on 14th Street between University Place and Broadway, will help keep your minifridge stocked during your stay.

McSorley's Ale House

Travel back in time and try out the different types of ale at the 164 year old McSorley’s Ale House, an old-time bar with Irish bartenders. From old walls to the sawdust strewn floor, you will notice a kind of serenity in this bar that has inspired many books, paintings and poems.

Ippudo NY ( East Village)

Get a taste of Japanese Ramen at the Ippudo NY (East Village). Treat yourself to a range Ramen and other dishes from the A La Carte menu. Maintaining the basics of Hakata Ramen, Ippudo combines tradition and innovation to give you a memorable culinary experience.

Family Attractions

The High Line

The High Line park, located a 25-minute walk from the hotel on the Manhattan’s West side, is a unique 1.45-mile park built on a historic elevated-freight rail line extending from Greenwich Village to Midtown offering visitors nature, art and design.

Flatiron Building

One of New York’s iconic and landmarked buildings, the Flatiron building is only a 15-minute walk from Hyatt Union Square New York. This triangular 22-story, Beaux-Arts building was built in 1902.

Empire State Building

Visit one of the world’s most iconic buildings and take in incredible views of New York City and beyond from the 86th and 102nd floor observation decks. Visit the lobby for intriguing art deco murals and historical exhibits.

Merchant’s House Museum

Visit the only historic house museum in Lower Manhattan where you can experience remarkable period rooms highlighting 19th Century life for New Yorkers. Comprised of more than 3,000 items, the museum gives an authentic glimpse of the city’s history.

Union Square Park

Located a five-minute walk from the hotel, this urban park and historic landmark is a popular gathering spot. Union Square Park is also home to GrowNYC’s year-round Greenmarket consisting of local farmers and vendors as well as the Holiday Market.

Washington Square Park

This iconic park known for its arch honoring George Washington at the northern gateway to the park, is just a 10-minute walk from the hotel. The park offers fountain, chess plaza, petanque courts, playground and dog park.

Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace

The recreated brownstone at 28 East 20th Street serves as the Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site in New York, and is located between Broadway and Park Avenue South, in the Flatiron District of Manhattan, New York City.

Shopping & Recreation

Strand Book Store

Browse 18 miles of new and used books at this New York institution—open since 1927—offering every genre including a rare-book collection. Catch your favorite author during one of their many events.

Greenwich Village

Known for its young, artsy population that demands unique lifestyle accessories, Greenwich Village offers a variety of shoe shops along 8th Street to the one-of-a-kind eclectic boutiques selling quirky goodies. The neighborhood runs west along from Broadway to the West Side Highway and from 14th Street to West Houston Street.

East Village

Known for its counterculture, the East Village has a variety of vintage and specialty stores to help complete your rock-n-roll style. You’ll find well known vintage shops such as Trash and Vaudeville and Screaming Mimi’s.


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