Park Hyatt New York

Sleek, contemporary, great spa

153 West 57th St., New York 10019


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At a Glance

Located in Midtown West, the Park Hyatt boasts enviable accommodations, great art and design and a stunning 25th-floor spa and pool.

Indagare Loves

  • The spacious couples’ spa suite and the spa suites with balconies, where guests can enjoy dinner post-treatment
  • The clean aesthetic that appeals to modernists
  • The glass-enclosed pool and spacious fitness center, both with great views


The Park Hyatt New York’s entrance feels like that of a high-end city apartment building. The sparse, sleek entryway is surprisingly simple, with only the bellman to greet and usher you to the third-floor lobby. Once there, the minimalist theme continues with cool grey stone floors, high ceilings, modern furnishings and a predominantly black-and-white color palette. Adding some flair to the otherwise simple style is the property’s expertly curated art collection boasting pieces by the likes of Ellsworth Kelly, Rob Fischer and Robert Longo, along with some works commissioned for the hotel.

Occupying the first 25 floors of a 90-story skyscraper, the Park Hyatt has 92 suites and 118 guestrooms, all of which have floor-to-ceiling windows and a monochromatic palette. (Of special note: the suites have balconies). Floors 16-25 have the best views, though none have unobstructed panoramas of Central Park. While some are called Park rooms, that refers to the brand, not the view; those with semi-obstructed views are the rooms facing 58th Street. Some rooms overlook Carnegie Hall.

Wellness is definitely a focus here, as the star of the hotel is most certainly the 13,000-square-foot Spa Nalai on the 25th floor. The stunning, sun-drenched oasis has a number of spa suites (which are more akin to luxe apartments than treatment rooms), including some with balconies where guests can enjoy a post-treatment meal. The pool is large enough for laps in, and the fitness center rivals even the poshest gyms in the city. When not taking advantage of the city’s best restaurants nearby, guests can light bites and cocktails at The Living Room, whose bar overlooks Carnegie Hall.

Who Should Stay

Those looking to spend time at the spa and who want a truly spectacular pool (the Park Hyatt’s is even more stunning than the one at at the nearby Peninsula). Some complain that the location is a block or two too far west, which might deter guests.

Written by Emma Pierce

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