This NYC Hotel Debuted 5 Sleep Suites With AI-powered Beds

Catch some Zs in the city that never sleeps.

Bed and dimmed lamps in the Sleep Suite at Park Hyatt New York
Photo: Courtesy of Park Hyatt New York

In the city that never sleeps, there's one place that ensures a good night's rest. In early 2022, Park Hyatt New York announced the debut of its Bryte Restorative Sleep Suite, 900-square-feet rooms dedicated to proper rest and relaxation.

At the heart of the suite is the king-size Restorative Bed by Bryte, an artificial intelligence-powered mattress that constantly adjusts its climate zones to ensure your body will go through all the proper sleep stages to help you wake up well-rested and rejuvenated. It also uses multisensory technology to lull you to sleep and a pressure release system to make sure the bed stays contoured to your body throughout the night.

The suites — which are residential-style one bedrooms with one-and-a-half baths and separate living rooms — are also equipped with other elements focused on proper rest, including a Vitruvi Essential Diffuser with "sleep" essential oil blend, Nollapelli Linens, sleeping masks, and sleep-related books.

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

Sleep mask and books in the Park Hyatt New York Sleep Suite
Courtesy of Park Hyatt New York

The five-star 210-room Park Hyatt — which currently has five of these specialty suites — is right across from Carnegie Hall and the Russian Tea Room and a block from Central Park. Rates start at $1,545 for the Bryte Restorative Sleep Suite.

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