Area Attractions

Located near the heartbeat of Manhattan's nightlife scene, NYU, and the West Village, you’ll find plenty of things to do just steps from Hyatt Union Square New York. Encounter quaint cafes, trendy boutiques, art galleries, and indie music venues scattered among the tree-lined streets. From the Greenmarket to the seasonal Holiday Market, our hotel is at the crossroads of New York’s vibrant culture, granting a true Manhattan experience.

Hyatt Union Square New York

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



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Complimentary Bicycles

Bike Rentals

Hyatt Union Square offers complimentary hotel bike rentals for guests so they can explore local shopping, dining and surrounding neighborhoods. The hotel is a short peddle to the action of Union Square and Greenwich Village, as well as iconic green spaces like Washington Square Park and the Hudson River Park, where you can ride along the water’s edge and experience the city in motion. You’ll find a bike lane right in front of our hotel, where you can ease into the pace of the city safely. Our Concierge can provide you with bike lane and jogging maps, as well as directions to cool neighborhoods to explore.

Greenwich Village / West Village

Shopping in Greenwich Village

Close to Hyatt Union Square New York, you’ll find a neighborhood known for its young, artsy population that demands unique lifestyle accessories. Greenwich Village offers a shopping experience that is sure to please anyone in need of a retail excursion. From the variety of shoe shops along 8th Street to the one-of-a-kind eclectic boutiques selling quirky goodies you never knew you needed, Greenwich Village has it all. Bring home lotions, potions, cheeses, records, guitars, and even fabulous vintage wear. No trip to the Village is complete without picking up a few books from The Strand.

IFC Center

Located in the historic Waverly Theater in the West Village, the IFC is the ultimate entertainment venue for New Yorkers seeking out the best in independent films. The complex includes five state-of-the-art cinemas with luxurious seating, exhibitions of vintage movie posters, and organic popcorn.

Stone Wall Inn

Christopher Street is the oldest street in the West Village and is considered "Main Street" of gay New York. It is most notable for being the home of the Stone Wall Inn, the bar whose patrons started the Stonewall riots that are commonly seen as the birthplace of the gay rights movement.

Live Music Bars

Explore popular live music bars in the West Village. From small, intimate listening rooms to world-class jazz joints, this vibrant area of NYC has a wonderful variety of places to see live music.

New York University / East Village

NYU Campus & Campus Tours

Located in Greenwich Village, New York University (NYU) is an elite private university featuring 20 schools, colleges, and institutes. Situated just 6 blocks away, our hotel near NYU is the ideal place to stay for campus tours, parents, faculty and students.

Comedy Shows & Nightlife

Discover the best late-night comedy shows and nightlife in New York in the East Village. Check popular spots like Gentrify at UCB East for top stand-up, improv and sketch acts or swing by Boxcar Lounge for weekly jam sessions by Eric Yves Garcia.

East River Park

Located along East River Drive from Montgomery Street to East 12th Street, East River Park features several ball fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, and a synthetic turf soccer field. It also includes an amphitheater that is the site of frequent free Evening-in-the-Park concerts.

Tompkins Square Park

One of the most popular parks in the East Village, Tompkins Square Park is the centerpiece of activities for those who live in the neighborhood. The park is equipped with two playgrounds, a handball court, chess tables, a basketball court and home to several annual events, including Wigstock and the Charlie Parker Jazz Festival.