Map, Parking & Transportation
Hyatt Herald Square New York
30 W 31st St
New York, New York, USA, 10001,
Tel: +1 212 330 1234 , Fax: +1 212 994 8077
Valet parking: $60 for standard & $70 for oversize
Additional parking available at the garage located at 325 5th Avenue, between 33rd & 5th
Hyatt Herald Square New York is located centrally to key modes of transportation into the world's busiest city. Amtrak and Penn Station are 2 blocks from the hotel, and several options are available for transportation to and from LaGuardia, JFK and Newark International Airports. Airport transportation includes taxi, reserved limousine, or scheduled pick ups from airport shuttle services.
Our guest service staff can assist you with any transportation needs. Connect yourself via Uber for a personalized and efficient service to get you to and from you destination in New York City.
There are so many ways to travel around New York City, from subways, trains and trams to buses, bikes and taxis. Hyatt Herald Square New York is conveniently located near multiple public transportation stations, including Grand Central Terminal. Or you can always just walk outside of the hotel and hail a cab. Our concierge will be happy to schedule airport transportation to and from the hotel.
Subways & Buses
The city’s rail and bus system is operated by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), also known as the MTA New York City Transit. Both options operate 24/7 and are relatively inexpensive, environmentally friendly ways to see the five boroughs.
Subways are the quickest and easiest ways to get around NYC, with 469 stations serving 24 subway lines—more than any other system in the world. There are multiple stations surrounding our hotel, including the 33rd Street - Herald Square Subway Station, 34th Street - Herald Square Subway Station and the 33rd Street and 28th Street stations.
Buses offer a more scenic way to explore the city and reach destinations that may not be convenient to a subway stop. In an effort to be more environmentally friendly, many of NYC’s buses are hybrid-electric models. Around our hotel, you’ll find bus stops at W 32nd Street/Avenue of the Americas, 5th Avenue/W 33rd Street and 5th Avenue/W 30th Street.
Pennsylvania Station, also known as New York Penn Station or just Penn Station, is the main intercity railroad station in New York City. It serves more than 600,000 commuter rail and Amtrak passengers a day, making it the busiest transportation facility in the U.S. and North America. It has 21 tracks fed by seven tunnels, with multiple train lines through Amtrak, the Long Island Rail Road and New Jersey Transit.
Penn Station is located on W 31st Street, and is less than a 10-minute walk out of our hotel. It sits entirely underground beneath Madison Square Garden.
Grand Central Terminal
One of the nation’s most historical landmarks and the busiest train station in the country, Grand Central Terminal is located less than a mile from our hotel (0.8 mile). You can reach it in less than a 20-minute walk. The Terminal is serviced by multiple subway lines and buses, and even has two taxi stands.
But Grand Central is more than just a train station; it is also home to multiple shopping and dining outlets and a unique market. The station also hosts special events, like holiday fairs and train shows. You can even take a self-guided audio tour of this most famous terminal or join in one of our daily guided tours.