The Hyatt Times Square New York probably offers the best view of Times Square, the heart of Manhattan. Busy, colorful, and always full of action – you can relax in your room and watch the hustle and bustle below. The guest rooms are well appointed, so that you will feel right at home. The hotel occupies 54 floors and there are only 11 rooms per floor. The hotel’s rooftop bar, Bar 54, as well as the tremendous views from the East River to the Hudson River will make your stay special. And: when it gets cooler, head to the lounge which also offers amazing views and a fireplace, or to the deluxe spa area! That’s why the Hyatt made it onto our list of Top 16 New York Hotels with great views (the Hotel Novotel New York Times Square as well as the YOTEL Times Square are located right next door and are therefore also on this list).

From here you are only a few blocks away from Rockefeller Center with its observation deck “Top of the Rock” which provides the best views of Central Park, the Empire State Building, and One World Trade Center. Times Square is also close to the theater district: on the famed Broadway, you can watch the most popular musicals in New York.

The Hyatt Times Square New York Evaluations

The Hyatt Times Square is rightfully one of the most popular hotels in the city – and not just because of its fantastic location. Guest rooms are well appointed, let in a lot of light, and, thanks to multi-paneled windows that drown out the noise, very quiet. You will get a good night’s sleep.

The recommendation rate for this property on Expedia is an impressive 98% (some platforms indicate even 100%) – proof positive that the hotel is doing the right things. I give this property extra credit because some rooms have their own balconies on which you can relax and watch the madness below.

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Guest rooms with great views of Times Square


Pictures of the lobby and Bar 54


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The Hyatt Times Square New York
Address135 W 45th St
New York
NY 10036
Public transportationMidtow
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