SLCE Architects, George Wong Design help design Hyatt Times Square New York

Manhattan’s largest new Hyatt hotel in more than 30 years, Hyatt Times Square New York, will be opening as a 487-room hotel in late October 2013. Hyatt Times Square will open with services and amenities including a rooftop lounge, fitness center and iPad check-in, as well as the only hotel spa in the area.

Situated between the 6th Avenue business district and the Broadway/7th Avenue theater district, Hyatt Times Square places its located near Broadway, Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center and the New York Public Library. The hotel’s 54-story glass exterior, designed by a SLCE Architects, adds a flourish to the theater district.

Hyatt Times Square will have rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and original art. Created by George Wong Design, the décor uses neutral, light-toned fabrics and warm woods form a backdrop for colored, city-themed art pieces, including a pop-art lounge chair created by a local up-and-coming artist. With only 11 rooms per floor, 47 suites and 440 guestrooms, the hotel has an apartment-like feel. In addition, deluxe suites have large bathrooms with a deep soaking tub adjacent to a rain-head shower. The Presidential Suite features a private terrace overlooking the Manhattan cityscape.

The 4,200-square-foot spa will feature five individual treatment rooms, including one for couples. The spa will offer a full array of services and treatments, including manicure and pedicure stations. There will also be the Dry Bar.

A diner created by George Wong Design is also available and is reflective of Broadway, complete with a theatrical back wall of moving lights. The rooftop lounge, designed by SPaN, offers skyline views from the Hudson to the East River.

Meanwhile, the hotel’s 2,400 square feet of space and its 1,400-square-foot outdoor terrace can be tailored to provide the setting for multiple occasions.

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