Complete with AI-powered beds, diffusers with relaxing oils, and sleep-related books – The Park Hyatt New York has debuted $1,500 a night sleep suites.

If you’re willing to catch some sleep in all the frenzy of New York, head over to Park Hyatt! The hotel has recently installed the Bryte Restorative Sleep Suites in the form of 900-square-feet rooms that ensure a good night’s sleep in the lap of technology!

Consisting of an artificial intelligence-powered mattress that can adjust its climate zones to suit your body, the king-size Restorative Bed by Bryte is at the center of the suites. The unique bedding also uses multisensory technology that fits your body shape and ensures quality sleep.

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Each of the suites is designed as a residential-style one-bedroom (with one-and-a-half baths and separate living room) that features a Vitruvi Essential Diffuser with “sleep” essential oil blend, Nollapelli Linens, sleeping masks, and sleep-related books.

Commenting on it, Park Hyatt, New York’s area vice president and general manager Peter Roth in a statement to Travel + Leisure, said, “We’re thrilled to partner with Bryte and offer our guests a truly personalized and restorative sleep experience.”

He further added, “As the pandemic has impacted the sleep health of so many people, we’re proud to be able to provide a relaxing space that not only helps guests better their sleep but works to improve their overall health and wellbeing.”

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The hotel currently features 5 Bryte Restorative Sleep Suites with rates starting at $1,445. Guests can also enjoy the ‘Night at The Park‘ offer and receive the 3rd night complimentary until the end of September 1, 2022. Care for a good night’s sleep with the best of technology?

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