The One57 building – a 1,005ft-tall ziggurat of dark and light glass – is a sight in itself, the tallest residential structure in NYC. The exterior drama gives way to calm inside: soaring ceilings, polished marble floors, tall glass dividers, and soothing cream and brown tones in the patterned carpets and plush couches employed by interior designers Yabu Pushelberg. About 300 contemporary works of art line the walls (or, in the case of the glass mobile above the bar, hang from the ceilings), curated in a partnership with nearby MoMA . Our favourite space is the sun-drenched three-storey “aerie” on the top floors that houses a heated swimming pool in which underwater speakers play an exclusive soundtrack from Carnegie Hall.
Source : http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/north-america/united-states/new-york/hotels/park-hyatt-new-york/