Four hotels open in New York State
Recent openings in New York State include a Hyatt Regency within the Resorts World New York City complex, a hotel at the LEGOLAND Resort in Goshen and two properties in Manhattan.
Hyatt Regency JFK Airport at Resorts World New York
Hyatt Regency JFK Airport at Resorts World New York, an eight-story luxury hotel, has opened in Queens, NY. The property features 400 premium residential-inspired guest rooms and suites, as well as the Sugar Factory restaurant, fitness center, 5,000 square feet of conference and meeting space, and additional play areas. The centerpiece of the hotel is a grand lobby that connects to the Resorts World New York City casino.
The $ 400 million investment in the hotel and amenities has long been part of owner Genting’s vision to bring a destination resort to New York City, popular in global locations such as Las Vegas and Singapore, reports the society. This development brings the total investment in Resorts World New York to more than $ 1.1 billion after Genting spent more than $ 700 million to upgrade the existing grandstand at the Aqueduct racetrack to make it a top entertainment destination. foreground. The addition of the hotel has created hundreds of careers for New Yorkers and will provide additional income to the New York State Lottery Education Fund.
Besides Sugar Factory, other food and drink options include a Grab n ‘Go Market and the members-exclusive Regency Club.
LEGOLAND New York Hotel
The LEGOLAND New York Hotel, part of the LEGOLAND New York Resort, has opened in Goshen, NY.
The 250-room property, near the theme park entrance arch, is the only LEGO themed hotel in the Northeast, with rooms and suites designed around four themes: Pirates, Kingdom, LEGO Friends and LEGO NINJAGO. The hotel also offers LEGO models and immersive play areas throughout the property.
Facilities include a castle play area for kids, over 2,000 interactive LEGO models created from thousands of LEGO bricks, the Bricks family restaurant, a resort-style heated swimming pool, an arcade and a Little Big Shop.
Each room includes a Google Nest; a separate sleeping area for children, equipped with a bunk bed, a trundle bed and an entertainment area; and two high-definition flat-screen TVs with free on-demand content.
Hyatt Centric 39th and 5th New York
Hyatt Hotels Corporation has opened Hyatt Centric 39th & 5th New York, the lifestyle brand’s second hotel in New York City. The 22-story property comprises 162 rooms, including six suites.
The hotel’s modern architecture and interiors, designed by New Jersey-based VLDG, reflect the spirit and elegance of New York’s Golden Age, the company reports. It includes artistic touches that pay homage to the city’s historic Fifth Avenue district and features a vibrant color palette, floral designs throughout, velvet pieces, and Art Nouveau-style gilded steel light fixtures.
Rooms at the property feature a jewel-toned color scheme; leather headboards; illuminating lights under the bed and behind the headboard; floor mirrors in antique gold; plush velor seats; and a floral stitched curtain design. They also include free Wi-Fi, dedicated reading lights on either side of the bed, USB sockets for device charging, 55 inches. HDTVs, rainfall showerheads, and Drybar Buttercup hairdryers.
Additional amenities and services include Hyatt Stayfit Gym; take-out catering service; a 24-hour Lobby Market which will offer a full bar in the coming months; full service concierge; and laundry and dry cleaning services.
More than a decade after its debut, the Smyth Tribeca opens its doors as a newly independent neighborhood hotel. Located in the heart of TriBeCa, the hotel opened as the Thompson Hotel in 2009 on the site of a former Marine Midland Bank. It then became the AKA Hotel in 2018 and reopened as Smyth under the management of Highgate.
The hotel’s 100 guest rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, marble bathrooms and views of Lower Manhattan. Among the 16 suites at Smyth Tribeca are The Penthouse offering 1,200 square feet of interior space equipped with a full kitchen; a living room and dining room; two bathrooms; a master bedroom and an 800 sq.ft. Terrace. The 1000 square feet. The Smyth Suite features a living room and dining table that seats eight, a workstation, two bathrooms, and a 300 square foot deck. private terrace.
Scheduled for late 2021, the catering program will include a new restaurant, lobby bar and private event space.