Area Attractions

Explore New York City from Midtown Manhattan. With a coveted address on 57th Street, Park Hyatt New York places New York City’s top destinations right at your fingertips. Situated in Midtown Manhattan, our hotel is located just steps from Carnegie Hall, Central Park, and the boutiques on 5th Avenue. Discover the cultural enclave that awaits just outside.





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Park Hyatt New York

153 West 57th Street
New York, New York, United States of America, 10019



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Arts & Design

Chelsea Art galleries

Hundreds of galleries are at your disposal in Chelsea. Here, you’ll find art ranging from the classic to the contemporary.

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

This New York City fixture offers both permanent and rotating exhibits of contemporary art, from artists such as Ansel Adams to Pablo Picasso. Prepare to be wowed by dramatic settings and stunning artwork right in Midtown.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Met displays a collection of more than 2 million pieces of art, ranging from ancient works to modern styles, along with photographs and artifacts.

Whitney Museum of American Art

At the Whitney, stunning modern structures converge with timeless works of art. Explore permanent collections of 20th century and contemporary American works.


Fifth Avenue

Just two blocks from Park Hyatt New York, discover New York City’s quintessential shopping destinations and luxury brands. Shop in Cartier, Saks Fifth Avenue, Tiffany & Co., and Armani.


Our hotel is located in a prime location for shopping, with luxurious boutiques and big-name brands situated throughout the Midtown district.

Upper East Side

Located just a short stroll from Park Hyatt New York, the Upper East Side is a mecca for luxurious experiences. Step into specialty shops and coveted boutique destinations.


Get your fill of retail therapy and dining hot spots in SoHo, one of New York City’s trendiest neighborhoods.

Outdoor Attractions

The High Line

Take a stroll along the High Line, once an elevated train track, and today, a 1.5-mile pathway full of local flora, activities, and stunning views of the city from Chelsea.

Central Park

Explore one of New York City’s most notable landmarks, crafted by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux. Here, you’ll find events, perfect spots for a picnic, the Loeb Boathouse, and sculptures galore.

Washington Square Park

Located in charming Greenwich Village, historic Washington Square Park is the perfect place for a post-shopping walk, with plenty of spots to sit and and unwind.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Founded in 1910, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and its serene atmosphere provides a sense of tranquility; meander through and enjoy the lush greenery, including the Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden and the Shakespeare Garden.

Cultural Destinations

Chrysler Building

Constructed in 1930, the Chrysler Building is an Art Deco masterpiece, with arched windows full of dazzling lights—a must-see during your time in Manhattan.

New York Historical Society

New York City’s oldest museum dates back to 1904 and is host to a variety of one-of-a-kind exhibits. Gaze at photographs taken by Annie Leibovitz, historical features, and cherished artifacts.

Carnegie Hall

Having hosted greats like Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington, and Benny Goodman, Carnegie Hall is revered as one of the world’s most prestigious music venues. This iconic hall, crafted entirely from masonry, is located in Park Hyatt New York’s front yard.