Published on : Friday, November 8, 2019
The views are also mesmerizing from the new Manhattan Sky Suite which is situated on the 59th floor of the hotel.
While a week stay is supposed to cost one $350,000, the suite costs $50,000 a night with a seven-night minimum.
The three-bedroom suite stretches across 4,200 square feet.
The area vice-president and general manager of Park Hyatt, New York, Peter Roth, said that New York hotels are known for their speciality suites but nothing in the city matches the level of this suite’s overwhelming sense of luxury and unparalleled views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline.
The suite has three-and-a-half baths, a private elevator, a dining room which has a seating capacity for ten people, a breakfast nook and a full kitchen with professional-grade Miele appliances.
The suite has floor to ceiling windows which showcase Central Park. There is also a glass-enclosed fireplace that offers a cosy accompaniment to the engrossing view.
Jeffrey Beers International has done the interior designing. The original works of artists such as James Nares and Andisheh Avini have been put up in the suite.
The $350,000 price tag of the suite covers accommodation, breakfast, spa treatments and helicopter airport transfers for six guests maximum besides providing butler service, a personal chef and access to all of Park Hyatt New York’s facilities and amenities.
The hotel has tailored a collection of high-end coffee-table books such as “Arabian Horses, the world of Azmal Arabian Stud” and “The Impossible Collection of Watches” among others.
The Park Hyatt’s other 92 rooms have been preferred by guests from Russia, the Middle East, South American Countries such as Brazil and China in the Asian market.
Park Hyatt defines luxury in the hotel industry. It has suites which make up almost half of the hotel rooms.