Hyatt’s Parker New York will be reopening as the new Thompson Central Park New York as of November 1, 2021. This will be a World of Hyatt Category 5 property with free nights starting at 20,000 points per night.
The Parker New York had 729 rooms, however as part of this transformation, the hotel will see a drastic cut in the number of rooms, as part of the hotel will be converted to residential. It’s unclear how rooms the Thompson will have upon reopening.
Step into stylish, well-designed spaces where sculptural lighting reveals inspired touches at every turn. Our elegant rooms and suites are a study in contrasts: light and dark, high and low, lines and curves. Revel in refined details and luxe finishes, take in sweeping views of the city, then fall asleep on 400-thread-count Italian linens atop a navy-blue leather bed.
Or, opt for a refined suite where you can choose dazzling park views and more personalized options with up to 900 square feet to stretch out. At Thompson Central Park New York, you’re set to explore nearby NYC’s celebrated sites, shops, museums and everything in between.
World-class dining outlets make Thompson Central Park New York a must-visit culinary destination. Our signature restaurant, Indian Accent, brings authentic international influences into the fold with their traditional Indian favorites. The mysterious Burger Joint, serves acclaimed burgers and fries amid a low-key décor. A portable lobby bar and exemplary in-room dining round out our impressive dining scene.
If you’re considering staying here, you might to lock in a stay now as the hotel is still a Category 5, as I suspect that once it fully reopens, it will likely shift up to a Category 6 in the coming months.
See related hotel transformations:
- Viceroy Transformed to Le Méridien New York, Central Park
- Wagner at the Battery to Join Marriott Luxury Collection in NYC
- W New York to become The Maxwell Hotel, Tribute Portfolio
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