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Park Hyatt New York launches ultra-luxury Sky Suite

DUBAI, 22 days ago

Park Hyatt New York has unveiled its most exclusive addition: the ultra-luxury Manhattan Sky Suite, boasting sweeping views of the Central Park and Manhattan skyline.

 

Located on the 59th floor of the iconic One57 luxury residential tower above the hotel on W 57th St., the Manhattan Sky Suite literally takes Park Hyatt New York’s renowned suite collection to new heights with the highest Central Park-facing suite on the city’s luxury hotel market.

 

The expansive 4,200 sq ft three-bedroom suite features 11-ft ceilings with floor-to-ceiling windows, a full chef’s kitchen, and its crown jewel: The Grand Salon, a light-filled living and dining space designed with neutral hues and elegant furnishings, placing the unobstructed views of Central Park center stage. Guests are surrounded by unrivalled 360-degree views of Manhattan’s iconic skyline and beyond, a statement said.

 

Guests of the Jeffery Beers International-designed Manhattan Sky Suite have a front-row seat to Central Park’s seasonal foliage changes. The suite’s sophisticated and residential approach unlocks a rare, enriching experience for guests with contemporary furnishings, an exclusive Assouline-curated library, and a collection selected by the hotel’s art curator, Erica Samuels of Samuels Creative & Co. Accessed via private elevator from the hotel lobby, the suite draws inspiration from the Upper East Side’s chicly appointed penthouses and is truly a remarkable suite in the sky for one-of-a-kind stays.

 

The refined comforts of a home-away-from-home include a spacious living area divided between seating and dining sections by a glass-enclosed three-piece gas fireplace, a full chef’s kitchen with professional-grade Miele appliances, three stylishly appointed bedrooms with Frette linens and breathtaking views and 3.5 bathrooms each arrayed in marble with walk-in rain showers, soaking tubs and Le Labo bath amenities. In collaboration with Nordstrom, the master bedroom’s walk-in closet is personally styled upon arrival for guests, with seasonal clothing and accessories available for purchase from the retailer’s new NYC flagship. In-suite personal styling services from Nordstrom are also available.

 

Included in the Manhattan Sky Suite experience are exclusive amenities and distinctive experiences: Blade Helicopter airport transfers, a dedicated butler service, a personal chef, daily breakfast and 60-minute treatments at the hotel’s award-winning Spa Nalai for up to six guests. Renowned cultural destinations are also in close proximity to the hotel, such as Central Park, Carnegie Hall, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), and Lincoln Center, as well as access to Spa Nalai’s indoor saltwater swimming pool playing an underwater Carnegie Hall-curated playlist, a eucalyptus steam room, oversized hot tub and 24-hour fitness center.

 

“We’re excited to welcome the most discerning global travellers to the Manhattan Sky. In collaboration with One57, Park Hyatt New York’s new Manhattan Sky Suite serves as a brand extension of the hotel and is an ultimate expression of the exceptional Park Hyatt brand,” said Peter Roth, area vice president and general manager, Park Hyatt New York. “New York City hotels are renowned for their speciality suites, but nothing in the city measures up to this new suite’s overwhelming sense of luxury and unparalleled views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline.”

 

With its award-winning service as a foundation of every stay, the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond Park Hyatt New York stand tall among the leading ultra-luxury hotels in New York City. The debut of its Manhattan Sky Suite secures Park Hyatt New York’s reputation as the destination of choice for the city’s finest suite accommodations.

 

The new three-bedroom suite boasts sweeping views of Central Park and Manhattan skyline and is now available for $50,000 per night with a seven-night minimum stay. -TradeArabia News Service




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