“A great Wall Street location and large rooms distinguish New York's first Hyatt Andaz branch in a building that used to be Barclays Bank. It is still businesslike but probably a lot more fun in its new guise, designed to give guests maximum choice in both bedrooms and public rooms. The interior design throughout is hip and clever, if perhaps a little too chilled for some, and you're not paying for the view there isn't one. The King bedrooms are large, luminous and airy with what looks like a large aquarium in the corner in fact a glass panel directly into the bath and shower room; fun if you're travelling with a mermaid. Excellent spa: "best massage ever". Given its famed location, even if you're not there on business you feel that you should be.”
Written by Lincoln Seligman
"You get great views of the East River, Brooklyn Bridge and New York Harbour from the upper floors, and it's an ideal place for hanging out, whether it’s in the welcoming lobby lounge with its complimentary coffee and snacks, or in spacious rooms."
Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)