Park Hyatt Flagship Hotel

Even though the hotel group’s flagship outpost generated buzz long before it opened its doors last summer, the Park Hyatt has kept up its image as one of the city’s best and most sophisticated hotels.

The midtown spot, located on West 57th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues, was designed by the world famous architect Christian de Portzamparc. It’s endowed with 210 guest rooms – including 92 suites – all designed by Yabu Pushelberg. And the Park Hyatt offers something other city hotels cannot: larger-than-average guest rooms so patrons are actually looking for excuses not to leave. Rooms start at 475 square feet and only get bigger, something that only a few New York City hotels have bragging rights about. Guests also have the option of booking rooms facing stunning Manhattan city-scapes or choosing larger rooms with balconies overlooking the city below.

Steps away from Carnegie Hall and the city’s very own highly coveted greenery — Central Park — the Park Hyatt is also home to the stylish The Back Room at One57 restaurant and full-service Spa Nalai.

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