The Chatwal, The Unbound Collection by Hyatt

Rated 8.2 in 67 reviews. 75 rooms.


The Chatwal Hotel bridges classic and contemporary like no other. This beautiful landmark built in 1905 by Stanford White has been restored and renewed by master architect Thierry Despont and re-launched in 2010. For admirers of architecture, lovers of design, seekers of wellness and connoisseurs of great hotels, the most charming Chatwal Hotel offers a wide array of amenities and touches in a most discreet yet stylish and fashionable setting.

The Chatwal's 76 keys, include the stunning Penthouse Suites with huge terraces and well equipped kitchenettes. Several of the spacious suites have large landscaped and furnished terraces. A rarity in Manhattan, and especially with such a central location, the Suites and terraces at The Chatwal are an experience in much demand by travelers who want both modern design with classic details in a most desirable location in New York. The Chatwal is also part of 'The Luxury Collection' which are 75 handpicked most iconic properties around the world.

This art deco, boutique hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Broadway theaters. The 5-star hotel offers a 42-inch flat-screen TV, personal butler service and free Wi-Fi in every guest room. The property is renowned in the travel industry for their quality customer service and luxury amenities.

A combination of contemporary luxury and old fashioned design, the The Chatwal, The Unbound Collection by Hyatt, features on-site spa services at the prestigious MYND Spa & Salon. The well equipped gym is open 24-hours and personal training can be arranged.

Guest rooms at the The Chatwal, The Unbound Collection by Hyatt, feature 400-thread-count linens and down duvets. A DVD player and stereo with MP3 connectivity are available upon request. The bathrooms offers his and hers bath amenities and comfortable terry cloth robes.

The Lambs Club at the The Chatwal, The Unbound Collection by Hyatt, is a bar-and-grill with modern takes on American classics. The restaurant offers a 2,500 square foot mezzanine lounge with 20-foot viewing windows with city views.

Times Square is a 3-minute walk from the hotel. Central Park is a 17-minute walk away.

Spa Facilities

  • Indoor pool
  • Indoor pool (all year)
  • Salt-water pool
  • Fitness
  • Swimming pool
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa and wellness centre
  • Massage
  • Hot tub/Jacuzzi

Available Rooms

2 guests




Recommended Nearby

A guide to great places near The Chatwal, The Unbound Collection by Hyatt

  1. Belasco Theatre

    Tracie Bennett as Judy Garland is an unmissable performance! Not to mention a fabulous group of guys working with her onstage & on the bandstand. Don't miss this!!

    56 m from hotel
    111 W 44th St

  2. Minskoff Theatre

    See the Lion King!

    128 m from hotel
    1515 Broadway

  3. Margon

    Cubano sandwich for BF

    175 m from hotel
    136 W 46th St

  4. Aladdin @ New Amsterdam Theatre

    The genie is fantastic. He is such a showman, he brings life to the entire production.

    253 m from hotel

  5. Los Tacos No. 1

    The adobada pork is flavorful without being spicy, as well as juicy and tender. The freshly made corn tortillas are perfect. The closest thing to authentic tacos on the east coast are right here!

    256 m from hotel
    229 W 43rd St

  6. Books Kinokuniya

    Tucked on the second floor of this Japanese bookstore is a counter selling perfect afternoon snacks. Food & Wine editor Dana Cowin loves the umebashi plum rice balls, she told us in her NY Diet.

    271 m from hotel
    1073 Avenue of the Americas

  7. Shubert Theatre

    4/1/13 - Michael Schulman profiles the funniest singer-comedian you may have never heard of, Tim Minchin, songwriter for Matilda: The Musical:

    296 m from hotel
    225 W 44th St

  8. Bryant Park

    “Many of the midday strollers in the park are office workers; they have the subdued mood of prison inmates released into the yard for their daily hour of sunshine and exercise.” —Victor Chen, 1974

    302 m from hotel
    W 42nd St

  9. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre

    When the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre was built in the early 1900s, it featured a retractable roof to keep theatergoers comfortable.

    307 m from hotel
    205 W 46th St

  10. New Amsterdam Theater

    Seats are kinda small so be prepared for no extra leg room when you go. Try for Aisle seat if you can.

    323 m from hotel
    214 W 42nd St

  11. Majestic Theatre

    Opened on March 28, 1927 with the musical Rufus LeMaire's Affairs and the current home to Phantom of the Opera, the longest-running production in Broadway history.

    357 m from hotel
    245 W 44th St

  12. Equinox West 50th Street

    Good vibes

    0.6 km from hotel
    1633 Broadway