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5 In-Room Tech Touches at Park Hyatt New York, Opening Today

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August 19, 2014 at 3:03 PM | by | ()

We took you all around the Park Hyatt New York a few weeks ago but in honor of the luxury hotel's official opening day, we're spotlighting 5 tech touches in the guest rooms that we thought you'd like. Rooms for tonight are holding steady at $725 for a Park Deluxe King.

CLEARLY MARKED BEDSIDE BUTTONS. Turning on and off the lights with the press of a button can actually be accomplished here. (Shout-out to the extra outlets!)

NEWEST NESPRESSO MODEL. Even the pods are different!

INTELITY iPAD MINIS. Each guest will have one of these on the nightstand to use during their stay. (The iPads were not installed yet during our visit so, just imagine.)

GADGET HOOK-UP. A power/gadget hook-up strip is installed at each desk.

TOTO TOILETS. Yes, this matters.

Check out all the photos of a Studio Suite below!

Archived Comments:

why the toilet?

I don't understand why the toilet made the list.  I stayed at the PHNY this week and the toilet is just a manual toilet.  They are going to need to work on their room systems.  The under-vanity light in the bathroom makes noises both when its operating and also when its sitting dormant.  Same goes for something in the entry hallway.  And shade and curtain controls seem to cut out at random points during operation.  It took me a few minutes to get the curtains completely closed cos they kept stopping short of closed, then reversing when I pushed the button again, then closing again but stopping short of fully closed, reversing again....