Vibe: Repurposed original chandeliers, sconces and fixtures infuse a modern graciousness throughout the property, whilst each of Park Lane New York’s guest rooms encapsulate the magic of the city.
Area: Billionaires’ Row on Central Park South.
The DNA: One of the city’s most famous hotels is reborn. The 1971 icon had its long overdue revamp, courtesy of Yabu Pushelberg. Central Park South’s only rooftop lounge, which can be found high up on the hotel’s 47th floor and provides guests with a one-of-a-kind experience against the backdrop of that famous sprawling skyline and park.
Suite-Me-Up: The Belvedere Suite is a two-bedroom penthouse, castle-like in grandeur, perched atop a forty-five-story precipice. Standing guard above Central Park in its entirety. Regal in every nature, with views boundless but entirely one’s own.
• Wi-Fi at a charge • size matters: 610 rooms & suites (29-163m2)(312-1,750 sq ft) • hotel opened: 1971 • architecture: Emery Roth & Sons (New York) • interior design: Yabu Pushelberg (Toronto) • bathroom amenities: Le Labo • on-site parking (charged) • pets allowed on request • 24-hour front desk • wheelchair accessible