Hyatt recently opened its new Hyatt Place New York City/Times Square, adding more than 500 guestrooms to the destination. The property is the largest Hyatt Place in the world.
The Hyatt Place New York City/Times Square is steps from Times Square and within walking distance of many popular New York City attractions, including Madison Square Garden, the Empire State Building, Bryant Park and Hudson Yards.
Even though the property is the largest Hyatt Place in the world, it still offers everyone’s favorite aspects of the Hyatt Place brand, including 24-hour food and beverage offerings and complimentary WiFi.
“As New York City continues to grow and thrive economically, we are excited to add to the momentum by welcoming guests from all over the world who are visiting The Big Apple for work or fun,” said Benjamin Britton, general manager, Hyatt Place New York City/Times Square. “With our smartly designed social spaces and guestrooms, our multitasking guests can easily accomplish what they need to do while on the road.”
“New York City is known for friendly people, great neighborhoods, and an ever expanding list of great places to visit and things to do or see,” added Dana Reid, director of sales and marketing, Hyatt Place New York City/Times Square. “Our hotel is central to all of them and we are confident that the Hyatt Place New York City/Times Square will exceed guest expectations and provide them with everything they need while visiting our area.”
The small colonial town of Valladolid in the center of the Yucatan peninsula is easy to see in a day or two, but when you’re not roaming the streets, snapping photos of the brightly colored houses and buildings, swimming in the nearby cenote or admiring the architecture of the 16th-century convent of San Bernardino de Siena, consider passing time in the multipurpose Hostería del Marqués, a hotel that offers more than just lodging.
The city took its name from Athena, goddess of wisdom, strategy and war, and protector of the city. The financial, political and administrative center of the country and an all-powerful city-state in antiquity, Athens is a major center of culture. A visit to the first-ever museum dedicated to Byzantium, a stroll around the National Garden and a trip to the Olympeion archaeological site will take you back through time.
Munich Airport is prepared for increased air traffic and passenger numbers with an extensive package of measures to protect against infection. The new rules of conduct will be made known through regular announcements, posters, video screens and an increased staff presence. Cleaning frequency will also increase and in areas where passengers linger. Hand sanitizer dispensers will be placed throughout the airport and passengers and employees will be required to wear masks.
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts announced a collaboration with John Hopkins Medicine International on its Lead With Care global health and safety program. John Hopkins Medicine experts will review and validate the Lead With Care program, which will then be implemented at Four Seasons properties around the world.
United Airlines’ environmentally friendly efforts lessen the impact on local U.S. communities.
Saint Lucia announced a phased plan to reopen island tourism responsibly, beginning June 4. Phase One includes welcoming international flights at Hewanorra International Airport from the United States only. In preparation, 1,500 hotel rooms are being prepared to open. The approach to reopening continues through July 31.
HIKING ALONG A PATH THROUGH THE FOREST, the only sounds I heard were the wind rustling through the leaves, the flow of a distant waterfall and, from time to time, the soft sounds of chatter from the others in my group. Missing were the sounds of traffic rushing by, car horns and the din of the everyday world in which most of us live. On this part of the Japan Hiking – Kumano Kodo & Nakasendo trip with REI Adventures, just the eight of us were on the trail, not another human in sight. An eco-adventure at its best, and it was glorious.
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Iceland’s otherworldly landscape made the perfect backdrop for the beloved Game of Thrones, which did some filming here. Iceland’s angry volcanoes, unbridled seas, ubiquitous rainbows, explosive geysers, waterfalls, glaciers, lava fields and jaw-dropping Northern Lights make it like no destination on earth.