The three-bedroom suite features 4200 square feet of of luxurious living space with three and a half baths (with soaking tubs and walk-in rain showers).
Other top end amenities include a private elevator, a dining room that seats 10, a breakfast nook and a full kitchen with professional-grade Miele appliances.
In the Grand Salon, the suite’s floor-to-ceiling windows showcase every corner of Central Park which makes for unparalleled views throughout the year. An enclosed gas fireplace offers a cozy accompaniment to the engrossing view.
The Crisp and contemporary interiors were designed by Jeffrey Beers International and include original works of art by James Nares and Andisheh Avini.
The $350,000 price tag includes accommodation, breakfast, luxury spa treatments and helicopter airport transfers for up to six guests, plus butler service, a personal chef and of course access to all of Park Hyatt New York’s facilities and amenities.
My wife’s favorite perk is the personally styled master closet by Nordstrom NYC.
So is it really worth it?
Yes the view is gorgeous, but even if I was part of the tiny group of people that could afford this suite, I can think of a lot better things to do with $350,000.
Where is the private pool and hot tub?
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