Grand Hyatt, Midtown Hilton plan fall reopenings in hopeful sign for hotel market

Two of New York’s marquee Midtown hotels that have been closed since the onset of the pandemic are poised to reopen, another indication that the city’s beleaguered hospitality industry is on the road to recovery.

The New York Hilton at 1335 Sixth Ave. will reopen Oct. 4, while the Grand Hyatt at 109 E. 42nd St. will do the same Nov. 1, according to the Hotel Trades Council. The Hilton, which has about 1,900 rooms, will bring back about 325 of the roughly 1,100 employees who worked at the hotel prior to the pandemic, union sources said, while the Hyatt, which has about 1,300 rooms, will bring back

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