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Best-in-class National Geographic photographers and writers retraced the path loyal Park Hyatt guests took to acquire their most cherished travel mementos. Read the stories told through their lens and experience Park Hyatt properties across the globe through an interactive map, featuring Nat Geo curated Instagrammable destinations nearby.
As New York City welcomes WorldPride 2019, Park Hyatt New York and Samuels Creative & Co. celebrate PRIDE month with a presentation of artwork and special ephemera by Keith Haring, an iconic America pop culture artist whose career grew from New York City’s 1980s street culture. Through his visually evocative practice, Haring unapologetically demanded attention for the LGBT movement from society at large.
Keith Haring was a major advocate of public art. His iconic motifs, including the radiant baby and barking dog, all responded to the social and political climate of the time. As an active member of the LGBT movement, Haring also worked closely with organizations that promoted awareness and research for HIV and AIDS. A year after he was diagnosed with the disease, he opened his own foundation, hoping to educate as many people as possible. Despite the climate of fear and anxiety, Haring’s work was celebratory and colorful, bringing attention to important issues that people were dealing with at the time.
It is in this spirit that Park Hyatt New York and Samuels Creative & Co. will honor his contributions.
SOURCE: PRIDE Featuring Keith Haring will be on view at Park Hyatt New York’s ground-level Avenue Gallery from June 6 to September 3, 2019.
Forbes Travel Guide released its second Verified List, naming Park Hyatt New York as having one of the World's Best Rooms of 2019!
Forty-one hotels in 17 countries earned the coveted designation including Park Hyatt Hyatt Vienna.
Forbes Travel Guide selected the honored hotels based on their performance in 2019 Star Rating evaluations. The 41 hotels on this list achieved perfect scores on guest room and bathroom standards related to “Elements of Luxury” and “Guest Comfort and Convenience,” as well as meeting core standards for cleanliness and maintenance.