ACTUAL suite upgrade in NYC?

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  1. sophiegirl
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    I would like to use a DIA suite upgrade in NYC, but need an ACTUAL suite, with a door between the bedroom living area, providing 2 separate rooms, not just a divider.

    In researching, it appears that the only possibility is the Grand Hyatt - is that correct?

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  2. Mary2e
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    Generally speaking, the GH NYC does not offer that type of suite on an upgrade. It offers a room with a sitting area.

    My husband was given an upgraded suite using the certificate and was told that it was because the hotel wasn't that full. That suite was no more than 2 connecting rooms - the bedroom and the other room looked like it was intended to be a hospitality suite set-up.
     
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    None of the Andaz Wall Street suites has a door, including the Presidential Suite.
     
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    I've always been upgraded to a regular suite, with at least two rooms and connecting door, at the GH NYC. So it does happen.
     
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    Andaz Wall Street Suite - 2.JPG This is the suite I was upgraded to at the Andaz Wall Street - It has doors on either side of the TV "cabinet" leading to the bedroom that you can shut.
     
  6. sophiegirl
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    richardinSF and doodley - thanks. I had looked at the pics of the Andaz, but the "doors" aren't apparent, and they are a necessity. Even with the re-occuring "shortcomings" I read of the GH, I still would prefer that location, so if I can get that, I will - but nice to know I have a back-up. thank you!
     
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    Had to fight a bit but I got a Splash Suite at the Andaz 5th Avenue using a free suite night from the Hyatt Visa.
     
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    It's not a door, it's more like a divider.
     
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    Yeah, that was my only complaint from the room. It doesn't divide much, and the clear glass window into the bathroom.
     
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    I had a corner suite at this property and found that noise from the adjacent room was still audible when the dividers were closed. Admittedly, the aforementioned adjacent room was party central for a bunch of college kids so you probably wouldn't hear most neighbors.
     

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