Revitalized Park Hyatt Sydney Reopens

The iconic Park Hyatt Sydney located in the shadow of the Harbour Bridge has reopened following an extensive transformation. The property sets a new benchmark in contemporary luxury, having been stripped and redesigned to showcase the enviable views of Darling Harbour and the Sydney Opera House.


Residential in style, the newly-designed guestrooms and suites offer contemporary luxury and harbourside living. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors open onto private balconies that honour the hotel’s waterfront locale, while interiors reflect a natural feel with rich layers of chocolate, cream and beige hues, accented by specially-commissioned paintings and artwork by prominent Australian artists that create an art gallery of unique artifacts.


Each accommodation option (including 3 newly-added Rooftop Suites) is luxuriously furnished and outfitted with naturally-textured fabrics, subtle plush carpets, designer lighting and the latest technology, including a 40-inch LED television, Bose digital music system and high-speed internet access. A modern, spacious bathroom offers the flexibility of remaining private or transforming into an open-plan design.


Dining options include The Dining Room, Park Hyatt Sydney’s premier restaurant serving Australian-inspired cuisine with spectacular views of the harbour, as well as The Living Room, a luxurious and relaxed setting with an unrivaled waterfront location for casual meals and refreshments. At The Bar, warm interiors and intimate seating combine with mood lighting and luxurious appointments to create a stylish setting.


A selection of flexible event venues cater for business travellers and meeting planners. The Study accommodates 12 guests for a private meeting, while the Guest House and The Gallery are suited for mid-sized and large-scale conferences. Leisure guests can utilize the facilities at The Spa, with 5 newly-designed treatment rooms for beauty and body therapies using products from luxury beauty brand Natura Bisse, a relaxation room and 2 aromatherapy steam rooms. A fully-equipped gymnasium and outdoor swimming pool with cabanas complete the tranquil pampering experience.


Park Hyatt Sydney returns to the brand’s impressive worldwide portfolio covering 28 destinations, including Abu Dhabi, Baku, Beaver Creek, Beijing, Buenos Aires, Canberra, Carlsbad, Chicago, Dubai, Goa, Hamburg, Ho Chi Minh City, Istanbul, Jeddah, the Maldives, Melbourne, Mendoza, Milan, Moscow, Ningbo, Paris, Seoul, Shanghai, Tokyo, Toronto, Washington DC and Zurich. Hyatt Hotels Corporation is also developing 17 Park Hyatt properties, including an architectually-impressive new hotel in Bangkok.


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