Park Hyatt: the flagship.
Inaugurated at the end of August, at the price of (390!) million dollars and designed by Christian Portzamparc, the Park Hyatt New York is perfectly suited between 57th Street and 6th and 7th Avenue, opposite Carnegie Hall and a stone’s throw from Central Park, Moma and all the 5th Avenue shops. Having taken over the first 25 floors of a 90-storey building, the hotel boasts 240 rooms, 92 of which are suites. In the latter, duo Yabu Pushelberg took charge of the interior design, favouring beige hues, enhanced by the warm wooden tones. Behind the scenes of One57, the main restaurant, you may come across French chef Sébastien Archambault, who has trained under the great culinary masters, from Guy Savoy to Yannick Alléno and even Jean-François Rouquette. And finally, to the 350 pieces of art: steel screens, collages, metallic sculptures and paints are scattered here and there throughout.