Park Hyatt New York, Grand Hyatt New York and More Closing

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Due to the COVID-19 situation, several hotels across the world have started closing especially in New York City. Hyatt has made the decision to close many of their managed properties in the city as a result of the current pandemic.

For hotel’s that are still open all restaurants have been closed as well as spas, fitness centers, and bars. Essentially all that they’re offering is the guest room itself. I’d expect to see even more hotels closing in the next few weeks as a result of COVID-19.

Here’s a current list of Hyatt closing or closing in the next few days in New York City:

At this time, many of these hotels are indefinitely, however plan to reopen at a later date once it’s safe to do so. If you have a reservation at a hotel that is closing, Hyatt will be cancelling and refunding prepaid reservations, and crediting back points reservations.

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Comments

  1. I wonder if they can turn all these empty hotels in NYC into makeshift hospitals. Gov Cuomo keeps saying he needs beds…. and there are thousands of empty hotel beds right now in Manhattan…..

  2. The Martinique closed before this with no date of when it was reopening. I was booked May 22-24, with a non-refundable rate, and I was notified that they were cancelling my stay and refunding my $.

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