Yesterday I visited the extraordinary Park Hyatt Sydney for a quick breakfast and site meeting. This hotel is simply beautiful and was sparkling so beautifully in the Sydney sunshine. The Park Hyatt brand of hotels (part of Hyatt) around the world focus on intimacy, locally sourced art, food, wine and personalised service. The Park Hyatt Sydney was recently renovated (the hotel was closed for 6 months in 2012 and had a $60 million overhaul) and it seriously sparkles. The result is the next best thing to an all-new hotel where the pictures almost speak for themselves. All 155 guest rooms and suites have all been redesigned to have a more personal feel which feels closer to that of an apartment than a hotel room. Most rooms incorporate attractive floor-to-ceiling glass doors which open onto private balconies overlooking by The Rocks, the Harbour Bridge or the Sydney Opera House. Each guest also have access to a room butler to assist with any needs during their stay.
If you’re just visiting the hotel for breakfast or lunch (recommended on a beautiful sunny day), you’ll find the restaurant (The Dining Room) has been redesigned to provide a more open view of the harbour. I also really like the hotel’s ground floor areas (situated on the Quay-side of the hotel) called The Living Room (great for afternoon tea) .There is a ‘nod’ to the heritage of The Rocks area by incorporating original Sydney Sandstone walls and local woods, with muted colours designed to blend into the surrounding buildings and landscape. All Goldman Travel, Travelcall and Travel Phase clients have access to the following exclusive benefits when booking this property:
- Upgrade on arrival (subject to availability)
- Daily full breakfast, for up to two in room guests
- $100 USD Spa Services credit, to be utilised during stay
- Early check-in/late check-out (subject to availability)
Feel free to contact me for any booking enquiry! Yours in travel Dave