Housed in a section of one of Manhattan's priciest apartment buildings, the five-pearl Park Hyatt New York offers a slice of life as a Midtown millionaire. The 210 rooms range in size from Standard Rooms to Presidential Suites, and come with balconies and Nespresso coffeemakers. However, views are only impressive from the higher floors and guests staying on lower levels may feel hemmed in. Features include a spa, a fitness center, and a pool, plus a restaurant serving new American cuisine. Travelers who want to stay at a sleek, luxury destination in midtown Manhattan may want to compare rates at the comparably priced Mandarin Oriental, which has sumptuous rooms, views of Central Park, and excellent on-site dining.
Designed by the team of YabuPushelberg, the interior of the Park Hyatt New York features modern comforts and upscale materials. The high-ceilinged entry area has polished stone floors and gray marble walls. Sheets of metal rectangles and a spiral, dark-wood staircase accent the space. Seating ranges from Daniel Libeskind's stainless-steel "Spirit House Chair" to more comfortable velvet lounge chairs and maroon benches. Visitors check in on the third floor at a desk made out of hard foam, resin, and spray-on steel. The hotel restaurant and bar are similarly outfitted. The Back Room restaurant has wood tables surrounded by tall leather armchairs, while The Living Room Bar is more eclectic, with ornamental blocks piled high on white rectangular tables, semi-circular leather lounge chairs, and cream-colored couches. Meeting spaces range from intimate VIP boardrooms to glitzy event spaces. The Onyx Room has illuminated-up walls made from Italian onyx. A "Residence Kitchen," with tangerine and cinnamon-hued walls, can be used as a party showcase space. The hotel attracts tourists and business travelers alike, and occupies part of one of Manhattan's most upscale apartment buildings.
In Midtown Manhattan, a block away from Central Park
The Park Hyatt New York is located in Midtown Manhattan, across the street from Carnegie Hall and a five-minute walk from Central Park. Business travelers can get to numerous Midtown offices on foot, and most of New York City either by public transportation or taxi. Getting to Times Square takes 11 minutes on foot, while the Museum of Modern Art is an eight-minute stroll. The stores of Fifth Avenue and the Broadway Theater district are both about a 10-minute walk away. Nearby subway lines include the N/R and the F, which are three minutes away on foot. These trains travel through much of Manhattan as well as Queens and Brooklyn. There are also several bus lines within a five-block radius. Travelers flying into JFK Airport will need about 45 minutes by car to get to the Park Hyatt, while the ride from Laguardia Airport takes about half an hour.
Upscale, residential-style rooms with Nespresso coffeemakers, some with great city views
The Park Hyatt New York's 210 guest rooms are designed in an upscale residential style. Standard Rooms come with plush king-size beds or two doubles, stone floors, and contemporary modern furniture, including desks with ample space to work. Amenities include Nespresso coffeemakers,minibars, safes, bathrobes, and multiple TVs, and free newspapers are delivered to the rooms every morning. Each room also has a private terrace with a city view. Suites have expanded living areas with custom-designed furnishings, including sofas, coffee tables, and dining tables. Some also have kitchenettes with stoves and ovens. Guests staying in suites get two clothing items laundered for no cost and access to the house car on request. Bathrooms are spacious and include walk-in showers and separate tubs. In some units, the tubs are placed next to floor-to-ceiling glass windows, making it possible to take a bubble bath while surveying the New York cityscape.
Spa with hydrotherapy pool, lap pool, fitness center, and restaurant with new American cuisine
The hotel has several luxe features for vacationers and businesspeople. The Spa Nalai offers massages, a steam room, and a hydrotherapy pool. The indoor lap pool also has chairs for lounging and impressive views of the city. Treadmills, ellipticals, weight machines, and free weights can be found in the fitness center, where yoga sessions are also offered. The Back Room restaurant serves new American dishes such as Pekin Duck Breast with Port-Braised Cabbage and Huckleberry Jus and Crispy Skin Striped Bass with Local Farm Cauliflower and Vadouvan Curry. The Living Room offers classic cocktails and light fare. The hotel's business center has a living room setup where anyone staying at the hotel can borrow a laptop or iPad. The Park Hyatt also has lots of meeting space, including a ballroom, event room, and a boardroom. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property.
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