Luxury is personal at Park Hyatt New York. Designed by world-renowned, Pritzker Prize-winning architect Christian de Portzamparc, as well as interior design firm Yabu Pushelberg, guests enter an uncommon space where sophisticated and enriching experiences are in store. Situated in the heart of midtown, Park Hyatt New York, will be located at 153 West 57th street between Avenue of the Americas and Seventh Avenue, across from Carnegie Hall and one block from Central Park.
The hotel will feature 210 generously sized guest rooms including 92 suites. Its guest rooms are among the largest in the city, starting from 475 square feet or 44 square meters. The hotel will be part of a 90-story mixed-use tower that will also feature 94 Thomas Juul-Hansen-designed luxury condominiums.
The world-class hotel will reflect Park Hyatts intimate and modern elegance, providing an ideal place to stay for discerning business and leisure travelers. Guests will choose Park Hyatt for the most personal of reasons: the service at Park Hyatt New York will make every individual feel welcome, like a sanctuary from the outside world. Normally cumbersome registration and arrival transactions will turn into pleasurable acquaintances that inform the entire quality of a visit.
Entering the rooms or public spaces, a visitor recognizes the artistic codes of mid-century-modern New York, but updated in a timeless welcome. Says Glenn Pushelberg, "the room design is modern in its architectural bones, but with a slight nod to the past. The mix of furniture and furnishings suggests an eclectic and residential mood which transcends strict modernity."
Beyond featuring museum-quality artwork, timeless designs and refined furnishings, a spectacular culinary experience and the most luxurious spa treatments will impress even the most savvy New Yorker. The hotel will feature a world-class restaurant befitting the New York culinary scene, lobby tea lounge, a destination bar featuring a mixologists inn