In the heart of Midtown Manhattan, the extremely luxury Park Hyatt hotel has opened its doors to new guests. The five-star hotel was inspired by the iconic brownstone townhouses of the Upper East Side and old New York glamour. It is nestled within the first 25 floors of the iconic, 90-story One57 skyscraper, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Christian de Portzamparc.
Inside the entire hotel you will be able to see some of the remarkable paintings. With the help of Carnegie Hall, the Central Park Conservancy, the Museum of Modern Art and Sotheby’s, the hotel features its own art collection which includes 350 pieces that line the walls and halls of the property. “The opening of Park Hyatt New York marks a significant milestone for the Park Hyatt brand, giving it representation in a key market and boosting the brand’s global visibility. It introduces a new way of defining and delivering luxury for both guests and locals,” said Katherine Melchior Ray, Vice President of Luxury Brands for Hyatt.
Designed by Yabu Pushelberg, the 210 guest rooms provide a sense of extraordinary comfort and style. Beside 210 luxurious guestrooms, it also features 92 premier suites, all with floor-to-ceiling windows. Real magic actually happens in the wonderful swimming pool with underwater speakers that play a classic music soundtrack created by people at Carnegie Hall, which is across the street from the Park Hyatt.
The standard rooms at Park Hyatt are the largest in New York City with 47 square feet, while the majority of deluxe rooms span 530 square feet. Gourmet dining and entertainment options include the sophisticated New York Grill & New York Bar, Japanese Kozue Restaurant and French brasserie Girandole.