Park Hyatt shares this address with One57, the luxurious glass condo building soaring more than 1,000 feet above Manhattan’s cityscape. On West 57th across from Carnegie Hall, Park Hyatt lies in the fever of Midtown and is two blocks from Central Park.
Get to MoMA, Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Centre and Times Square in 10 minutes or less. Meanwhile, for public transit, you’ll have eight subway lines within seven minutes of the hotel. The team at Toronto and NYC-based Yabu Pushelberg didn’t miss a beat when curating the interiors. The hotel exists on floors 3 through 30, with One57 condos on the higher levels. Enter to a modish lobby that transitions to the third-floor reception where suited staff awaits your arrival.
Anticipate minimalist but inviting spaces with lots and lots of natural stone and Avant-Garde floral designs. Recognize the energy of Manhattan through the floor-to-ceiling windows and the city lights that lie beyond. While the area surrounding Park Hyatt is far from quiet, inside, you’ll slip into calmness and discover more than 350 pieces of museum-quality art. A concierge is on hand for suggestions, directions and whatever else you may need. Personalized service is a standout, particularly at reception. You’ll have a restaurant and bar, room service, laptops, and iPads available as well as a plethora of event space.
The 13,000 feet of space in Spa Nalai feels otherworldly and not like Manhattan at all. That is until you notice the views. On the 25th floor, this wellness retreat consists of a state-of-the-art fitness center with Technogym equipment, and a heated indoor pool with speakers crooning Carnegie Hall music under water.
Opt for a massage or time in the steam room, and you’ll leave rejuvenated and ready to take on whatever the city throws your way. All 210 guest rooms are spacious (among the largest in town) and flawlessly decorated. Choose from King rooms to sprawling suites with fantastic skyline views. Bespoke cabinetry provides plenty of storage and sleek, yet comfy furnishings lend a high-end New York apartment vibe. No need to get on the phone – special requests and room service can be ordered via iPad.