Park Hyatt Sydney


The boutique hotel Park Hyatt Sydney is directly located in the heart of the city, on the banks of the picturesque Harbour River. The superb location commands a stunning view of the world-famous Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House.


The historic centre The Rocks and the Hyatt are perfectly situated for exploring Sydney’s major attraction on foot. The Harbour Bridge, Opera House or Circular Quay are just a short stroll away.


Accommodation at the Park Hyatt is exceedingly comfortable. The read more » 158 rooms and 36 suites feature not only a 24 hour butler service but also modern facilities like high-speed internet and a flatscreen TV with DVD player.


The Hyatt is also prepared to stage your private celebrations or business events. Six flexible conference and festivity rooms cater for a maximum of 120 participants or guests. A romantic roof terrace and state-of-the-art presentation electronics ensure your event is a success.


However, the Park Hyatt Sydney is also the right venue for a relaxing and fascinating city holiday. Stretch out on the large sundeck on the roof and relish the stunning view out over the city before slipping into the pool’s refreshing waters.


Of course, a glass of champagne and the heated whirlpool are a great alternative to the swimming pool. Furthermore, the excellent Iluka Spa provides energising massages and treatments as well as a steam room, sauna and gym.


Gourmets are spoiled by the Park Hyatt’s fine cuisine. Exclusive restaurants, like the Harbourkitchen, which has frequently been awarded, and the Littlekitchen serve lip-smacking delicacies seasoned with a view.


For a sophisticated after-dinner cocktail, we recommend the Hyatt’s Harbourbar. Furthermore, the Tea at the Park and the Club Bar, specialising on exceptional liquors and cigars, welcome guests in a refined ambience.


The Park Hyatt Sydney – one of the finest hotels in the sparkling seaside metropolis – outstanding accommodation!


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Sydney … the image that floats to mind most easily is the world-famous Opera House and its white, sail-shaped roof contrasting with the water. It is a view you will learn to cherish and the Park Hyatt read more » Sydney is going to be your superbly comfortable home away from home.


The Hyatt’s 158 rooms and 36 suites, including non-smoker and wheelchair accessible rooms, have been designed with unostentatious elegance that befits a metropolis on the sea. Plenty of light floods the large rooms and the fine furniture and thoughtful details ensure your comfort.


The superb service works tirelessly in the background and anticipates your every wish. Further amenities include high-speed internet, the latest movies in your room and Travelnet with updated information on flight arrivals and departures.


A safe, remote controlled curtains, a direct dial telephone with an integrated answering machine, fax connections, Sony Playstation and a CD player complete the list of facilities.


Of course, the room temperature is as individually controlled as are the curtains. Plenty of storing space: the rooms include a separate dressing room with a walk-in closet.


The elegant bathrooms are decked out beautifully in white marble and feature both a separate shower and a low-entry bathtub large enough for two. Needless to say, that a hairdryer, quality toiletries, fluffy bathrobes and soft towels are provided.


At night, the heated open-air roof terrace pool is a wonderful option to enjoy Sydney’s stunningly lit skyline. Soak in the warm water and indulge in the view.


The Park Hyatt Sydney – a superbly comfortable luxury hotel with Sydney Opera view… a dream come true!



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The Park Hyatt Sydney is located directly on the harbour, which offers plenty of opportunity for water sports against the stunning backdrop of the city: Choose between sailing, canoeing or windsurfing. read more » Equipment is rented at the Spit Bridge in Balmoral.


Of course, Sydney also has its share of spectacular sand beaches. The most famous is Bondi Beach. Bondi and Tamarama Beach are located south of the harbour. Narrabeen, North Avalon and north Palm Beach can also be found in the same area. A surfer’s delight!


Manly is Sydney’s primary diving centre. Beaches that are highly recommendable for swimming and are not pounded by big breakers are Camp Cove, Nielsen Park, Balmoral and Chinaman’s Beach.


However, you need not venture far for relaxation. The Park Hyatt Sydney includes the excellent Iluka Spa that offers professional beauty and health treatments applied by caring hands.


The beauty products used at the Iluka Spa are exclusively from Julique, a product line that is made from privately cultivated, organic herbs. The spa’s facilities are completed by massages, a steam bath, sundeck, sauna, swimming pool and a gym.


The Hyatt’s location demands you explore The Rocks: the historic and most charming of Sydney’s districts. The historic streets are characterised by cobblestone pavement and colonial buildings.


The Rocks’ many sights and attraction include a romantic market on weekends, the Earth Exchange, a geology and mining museum, as well as countless arts and crafts workshops and galleries.


Allow your feet to carry you a little further into the much less frequented quarter Millers Point. Your reward will be a refreshing drink in Sydney’s oldest pub. It is a part of town where the local life continues unaffected by tourism.


Discover the authentic Sydney, the lively and vibrant Sydney, the historic Sydney and the monumental Sydney. Tread on little frequented paths and see the sights! It is a pleasure for us at INTOSOL to point your feet into the right direction … and Sydney will win your heart!


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