As great as the boutique hotels are based in New York City, sometimes the more nationally known ones provide just as great of service if not more than what is only local. Hyatt is a great example of that.  As someone who commutes from Long Island to Penn Station on a daily basis, I was delighted to find that Hyatt had opened up a brand new location right in the heart of Herald Square on 31st between Broadway and 5th Avenue.  I heard word of the opening and was lucky enough to review the brand new space and was quite delighted overall with the experience.

Hyatt Herald Square, Manhattan Digest
Credit to: Eleven Six PR

I use three main words to describe the Hyatt Herald Square- Comfy, Cozy & Convenient. The hospitality was at its best as the staff greeted and treated me incredibly well.  The King sized room itself was just the right size for one person staying, with a great view of the Empire State Building on top of a large shower and very comfortable bed.  The photo above is the exact replica of the room that I stayed in, and I heavily enjoyed the use of color throughout the room, in particular the purples and use of black.  Very appealing to the eye.

Eleven Six PR, Manhattan Digest
Credit to: Eleven Six PR

Something that was a big coo as well for me was the delicious breakfast that they serve their guests on a daily basis.  Served right on the main floor, you can dine on delicious options such as ricotta pancakes with caramelized pears (or apples) with a side of pork sausage and a variety of bagels with freshly made cream cheese.  Absolutely delicious and a great way to finish off my stay at the Hyatt.

If you know of someone who is looking to stay in New York City or want to try a great new hotel out, I would highly recommend stopping by and spending a night or so.  For more information, check out the official site here.