How to Stay for Free at the Park Hyatt New York

The Park Hyatt New York on 57th Street in Manhattan is very pricey at around $1000+ per night, which makes it one of best hotels for redeeming your Hyatt reward nights.  I had two nights at any Hyatt hotel that were due to expire and I decided on a staycation in the city.  A wise choice, it turned out, as it was one of the most luxurious and relaxing weekends I’ve had in a long time.

The best thing about the Park Hyatt is undoubtedly the pool and whirlpool, in my opinion.  So relaxing, with a skyroof overlooking the city.

As for the toiletries, the Park Hyatt provides Le Labo Tuberuse 40, an exclusive fragrance created especially for the hotel.  You can order more toiletries by a few clicks of a button on the tablet provided in your room.  How high-tech is that?!

The bathroom floor is heated, which is a nice luxurious touch, but slippers are also provided.  There is even a TV built into the mirror in the bathroom.

There is a Nespresso coffee machine provided, with Nespresso espresso and coffee pods, as well as artesianal tea bags.  Bottles of water are available in the room as well as at the gym.

The location of the Park Hyatt New York cannot be beat.  Across the street from Carnegie Hall, and a few blocks away from Central Park, Columbus Circle and Times Square, there will be lots to do.

Here are some photos from my staycation, which I got for free, valued at $2500 for two nights, courtesy of the Chase Hyatt credit card.  You too can enjoy staying at the Park Hyatt New York for free.

Refresh with some mint water at the Park Hyatt New York’s pool

Whirlpool at Park Hyatt New York

Pool at Park Hyatt New York


Complimentary chilled water at Park Hyatt New York gym

View of Central Park in between the two buildings

Nespresso machine in the room

TV and Toiletries in the Bathroom

Toiletries at Park Hyatt New York

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