Park Hyatt New York has unveiled its Manhattan Sky Suite. Located on the 59th floor, the Manhattan Sky Suite takes Park Hyatt New York’s suite collection to new heights (literally) with the highest Central Park-facing suite on the city’s luxury hotel market.

The-4,200 square-foot, three-bedroom suite has 11-foot ceilings with floor-to-ceiling windows, a full chef’s kitchen and a living and dining space divided by a glass-enclosed gas fireplace. Inside, guests will find contemporary furnishings, an exclusive Assouline-curated library and a collection of art selected by the hotel’s curator. The suite is accessed via private elevator from the hotel lobby. The bathrooms are kitted out in marble with walk-in rain showers, soaking tubs and Le Labo amenities.

What we love: In collaboration with Nordstrom, the master bedroom’s walk-in closet is personally styled upon arrival for guests, with seasonal clothing and accessories available for purchase from the retailer’s new New York flagship. In-suite personal styling services from Nordstrom are also available.

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Included in the Manhattan Sky Suite experience are exclusive amenities and experiences, such as BLADE Helicopter airport transfers, dedicated butler service, a personal chef, daily breakfast and 60-minute treatments at the hotel’s Spa Nalai for up to six guests. At the spa, guests will have access to an indoor saltwater swimming pool playing an underwater Carnegie Hall-curated playlist, a eucalyptus steam room, oversized hot tub and 24-hour fitness center.

Good to know: Top city sites (Central Park, Carnegie Hall, the Museum of Modern Art and Lincoln Center) are all within close proximity to the hotel.

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