Park Hyatt New York is now officialy open
Park Hyatt New York features 210 luxurious guestrooms, including 92 premier suites, all with floor-to-ceiling windows. The hotel occupies the first 25 floors of the iconic, 90-story One57 skyscraper, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Christian de Portzamparc. At 475 square feet, the standard rooms at Park Hyatt New York are among the largest in New York City and the majority of the hotel’s deluxe rooms span 530 square feet. Nightly rates for a standard room currently range from $795 to $1,295.
“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. “We dug deep into consumer insights to see what today’s luxury travelers want and need. We know that in addition to luxurious accommodations, culinary expertise, and high-quality service, they also want a personalized experience.”
Park Hyatt New York has joined forced with Carnegie Hall, Museum of Modern Art, the Central Park Conservancy and Sotheby’s, among others, to offer its guests personalized, culturally authentic New York experiences entirely unique to the hotel. Art enthusiasts will enjoy a collection of 350 gallery-worthy artworks from Ellsworth Kelly, Rob Fischer, and Robert Longo, among others, with at least 10 pieces designed specifically for the hotel. Park Hyatt New York is also the only hotel worldwide to offer Tubereuse 40 bath amenities by Le Labo Fragrances, a fragrance exclusively blended for the hotel.
World-renowned interior design firm, Yabu Pushelberg, created the vision for Park Hyatt New York’s interior design, which was inspired by New York’s most illustrious Upper East Side homes. The hotel’s design captures the energy and vibrancy of the city, utilizing signature elements tastefully layered with modern materials and furnishings. The firm curated intimate public and personal areas filled with art and custom furnishings.
Executive Chef Sebastien Archambault leads Park Hyatt New York’s culinary operations, including the dining experiences in the restaurant, The Back Room at One57, The Living Room, and the hotel’s event spaces. Each venue is designed to become a destination in its own right for culinary-savvy New Yorkers, as well as hotel guests.
The 70-seat Living Room features a bar that overlooks historic Carnegie Hall and leads guests to The Back Room at One57, an American grill that seats 96 diners and will open August 25. Modern and sophisticated, the menu features simple yet elegant preparations of the highest quality meats, seafood, and vegetables.
The hotel’s sun-drenched Spa Nalai will indulge the most discerning travelers and locals with tailored spa treatments to meet a wide variety of needs. In the language of the Lenape people, the original tribe of Manhattan, Nalai means “Serenity,” a mood the spa promotes through a unique synthesis of both ancient and innovative healing techniques with advanced beauty rituals to craft a deeply personalized experience.
Spa Nalai draws inspiration from its sister Park Hyatt spas around the world and offers a menu of treatments as part of its International Series that will change seasonally. Spa Nalai’s signature treatment is founded on the ancient tradition of earthing, identified as the practice of employing the Earth’s energy by grounding the body to the Earth’s natural surfaces, and takes place atop a warmed state-of-the-art sand quartz bed.
Park Hyatt New York’s breathtaking three-story aerie on the 25th floor features a steam room, hydrotherapy hot tub, private changing rooms, and indoor swimming pool with underwater speakers playing an exclusive soundtrack from Carnegie Hall. A 24/7 state-of-the-art fitness center overlooking the aerie will promote health and wellbeing activities for guests.
Watch video preview here