Hyatt House New York City, Hotel Review
Tiny rooms are standard in most NYC hotels, so finding an affordable option that has space to relax, a kitchen, and a free breakfast is like finding a unicorn.
Enter, the Hyatt House NYC. Located at the intersection of 28th and 6th, it lies just a few short blocks from both the Empire State building and Penn Station.
The room is huge. Well, huge in New York standards. Upon entering, the bed is right in front of you with a nice comfy chair off to the side as well.
To your left is the bathroom. A full walk-in shower and place to actually dry yourself and get ready in the morning is pretty awesome.
Ther crown jewel of the room, however, is the kitchen space. Not only do you get a ton of extra space to stretch out, it’s a full kitchen. Fridge, microwave over, dishwasher, cooktop, table, chairs, everything you’d need for a long stay.
It comes with dishes, bowls and glasses –
A full compliment of silverware and cooking utensils –
Even pots and pans!
Don’t want to cook? No worries – they have free breakfast for World of Hyatt members every morning, and it’s NOT half bad!
6 different types of cereals and hot options like pancakes –
Scrambled eggs, sausages, and potatoes –
Multiple types of milk and juice –
Fresh fruit, yogurt, and six different varieties of breads as well.
The fact that all of this is FREE, and in the center of New York City, is a steal.
Listen – the hotel isn’t the most posh or luxurious in New York, but chances are that you’re going to NYC to have those experiences outside of the hotel anyway, right? It’s clean, crisp, spacious, with a ton of extra free amenities that are hard to find in the city.
At 20,000 Hyatt points, it could be a better value to pay cash in the winter and points in the spring/summer, but considering how easy Chase points are to come by, it’s not the worst use of your points either way.
Don’t forget, with all Hyatt House hotels, if you forgot something and you need it, you can simple ask from the front desk.