Five-star Park Hyatt New York was already among the top luxury hotels in New York City, but with the unveiling of the Manhattan Sky Suite — sitting pretty at 59 floors up, it's the highest Central Park-facing suite in the city — they've taken things above and beyond.
Offering an unbeatable perch over Central Park and 360-degree views of the city skyline, the Manhattan Sky Suite is hidden somewhere above the clouds in the One57 residential tower above the 211-room Park Hyatt New York.
The interiors, designed by Jeffrey Beers International, include opulent appointments with floor-to-ceiling windows and 11-foot ceilings throughout, an Assouline-curated library of books, an art collection by Samuels Creative & Co., and extra perks like soaking tubs and walk-in rain showers in every bathroom.
Book a stay at the 4,200-square-foot, three-bedroom suite, and you'll be treated to perks like complimentary BLADE helicopter transfers to and from the airport for up to six guests per stay, dedicated butler service and a personal chef for the duration of the stay, full-size Le Labo bath amenities, Frette linens, a personally styled master closet with seasonal clothing and accessories from Nordstrom NYC, and, of course, a private elevator and complimentary daily breakfast.
Manhattan Sky Suite guests also receive complimentary 60-minute treatments at the hotel's Spa Nalai for up to six guests per stay. The spa, where an indoor saltwater swimming pool plays a Carnegie Hall-curated soundtrack, is a destination unto itself.
With amenities and views that are truly over-the-top, a stay in the Manhattan Sky Suite is, of course, going to cost you; there's a minimum stay of seven nights, starting at a cool $50,000 per night.
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