Park Hyatt New York
Park Hyatt New York is known for its theatrical feel. The hotel located opposite Carnegie Hall, just steps away from Midtown’s must-see spots, including Central Park, Times Square, and the Rockefeller Center. Tucked under 65 floors of the city’s original housing for New York’s best-known millionaire skyscraper residents, the location is filled with glitz, glamor, and history.
Yabu Pushelberg expertly designed the hotel’s interior to feel a perfect balance of sleek, zen, chic, and powerful. These feels are palpable by the hotel’s palate of muted tones, their collection of blue-chip artwork, and the ubiquity of luxurious velvet, leather, and marble materials.
Pushelberg’s signature design is felt in each of the simple and chic 210 guest rooms, which are known for their wraparound floor-to-ceiling windows, plentiful wet bars, crisp white-sheeted king beds, and deep soaking tubs.
Finally, Park Hyatt’s charm is felt in its three signature restaurants. The best-known of these selections is Bevy, which is made spectacular by the work of chef Chad Brauze, who is notorious for his cuisine at Daniel. Bevy is known for its hearty, upscale, richly satisfying cuisine, including birthday cake mini eclairs and warm potato chips with creamy onion dip.