What To Do In and Around Park Hyatt New York
Collected by Grace Montgomery , AFAR Contributor
New York beckons with countless restaurants to savor, shops to browse and museums to explore, and there’s much to see in Park Hyatt itself, from striking design to high quality dining.
153 W 57th St, New York, NY 10019, USA
Erica Samuels, the curator of the Park Hyatt in midtown Manhattan, which opened in August, wants guests to feel like they are staying in an art collector’s home. She procured more than 235 pieces, including large-scale drawings by Karl...
881 7th Ave, New York, NY 10019, USA
Located just steps from Park Hyatt New York, Carnegie Hall has hosted music lovers since opening in 1891. While it’s easy to admire its elegant exterior from many vantage points around the hotel, it’s worth visiting the famed music hall for a show...
11 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019, USA
Printin' is a wonderful exhibit that challenges traditional ideas of what print could be, encompassing prints, drawings, films, photographs, sculptures and more. Spent a fun afternoon at the Museum of Modern Art. Worth checking out! Moma.org
1334 York Ave, New York, NY 10021, USA
Since 1744, Sotheby’s has been synonymous with fine art, jewelry and real estate in the world. As one of the largest and oldest auction houses, Sotheby’s is a go-to destination to snap up rare treasures from around the globe. Park Hyatt New York...
660 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10065, USA
Barneys started out in the 1970s selling suits in Chelsea, at 7th and 17th, before expanding into the chain of stores it is today, with over 40 locations. The flagship of the luxury retailer, with some 275,000 square feet of designer clothes,...
New York, NY, USA
Life in NYC is never dull! It is vibrant, exciting and every day is an event, and I absolutely fell in love THE city from the first moment I step foot in it. Human interactions and emotions are in your face and displayed in the open for anyone who...
1 E 70th St, New York, NY 10021, USA
Head up Fifth Avenue from Loews Regency and the first museum you'll hit will be the Frick Collection, at 70th Street. This small museum houses one of the preeminent collections of works by Old Masters, counting important paintings by Hals, van...
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