The Highest Suite Over Central Park Is Going For $50,000 A Night

By Leah Freeman-Haskin


New York City is one of the top-visited destinations in the world. From renowned, five-star dining to charming neighborhood boutiques, New York can be done to serve every taste and every budget. But for those looking for the ultimate, over-the-top luxury experience, here is one that sits on top of the city.

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Park Hyatt New York is a luxury five-star hotel in the heart of Midtown, located directly across from Carnegie Hall and one block away from Central Park. The hotel has recently upped its game unveiling a 4,200-square-foot penthouse, boasting unobstructed views of Central Park and sweeping, 360˚ views of the Manhattan skyline. The Manhattan Sky Suite offers exclusive, high-end amenities like complimentary airport transport via helicopter, a personal chef, butler service, daily breakfast, and spa treatments for up to six guests.

Photo via hyatt.com
Photo via hyatt.com

The 3-bedroom suite, designed by Jeffrey Beers International, includes opulent details with floor-to-ceiling windows, 11-foot ceilings throughout, a curated library of books, an art collection by Samuels Creative & Co, a personal bar, full chef’s kitchen, and soaking tubs.

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Photo via hyatt.com

The suite sits 59 floors up, making it the highest Central Park-facing suite in the city. And that view is going to cost you. There’s a minimum stay of seven nights, starting at $50,000 per night. Make some room on your vision boards, because this puts your luxury, New York getaway cost at a minimum of $350,000.

If that price tag doesn’t make you gasp in disbelief, you can reserve your once in a lifetime experience in the Manhattan Sky Suite, by calling (877) 273-9716.

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