Teh Park Hyatt New York has unveiled the ultra-luxury Manhattan Sky Suite on the 59th floor of the One57 luxury residential tower above the hotel.
The 4,200 square-foot Manhattan Sky Suite is a three-bedroom suite with 11-foot ceilings with floor-to-ceiling windows, a full chef’s kitchen and The Grand Salon, a light-filled living and dining space designed with neutral hues and elegant furnishings, and unobstructed views of Central Park center stage. Guests are surrounded by 360-degree views of Manhattan’s skyline and beyond.
Accessed via private elevator from the hotel lobby, the suite draws inspiration from the Upper East Side’s penthouses. Designed by Jeffrey Beers International, the suite has contemporary furnishings, an exclusive Assouline-curated library, and an art collection selected by the hotel’s art curator, Erica Samuels of Samuels Creative & Co.
The living area can be divided between seating and dining sections by a glass-enclosed three-piece gas fireplace. The full chef’s kitchen has professional-grade Miele appliances. There are three bedrooms with Frette linens and views and, 3.5 bathrooms 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.
Peter Roth is the GM of Park Hyatt New York.