Park Hyatt Melbourne


Perfectly located at the heart of the city, the luxury Park Hyatt Melbourne is a gracious city hotel framed by soaring Elm trees – an oasis of peace and quiet in the middle of the bustling city.


The Park Hyatt Melbourne is perfectly located in the upper Collins Street, one of Melbourne’s finest districts. Facing the Park Hyatt, St. Patrick is Melbourne’s oldest cathedral. The setting is romantically quaint. Century old elms and the Fitzroy Gardens create the green backdrop.


The Hyatt read more » features 547 extra spacious guest units including 47 suites and 77 Grand Club Rooms. Despite the contemporary style and modern facilities, the rooms bear telltale vestiges of the old days – a masterful design that reflects Melbourne’s ambivalent nature.


It is thus not without reason that Tourism Victoria has awarded the Park Hyatt Melbourne the title “Luxury Accommodation” with a special mention of the intriguing design. However, the five star hotel is equally well known for its superb service and extensive facilities.


The state-of-the-art business centre features no less than 15 conference rooms accommodating a total of 1500 participants. Everything from business to personal wellbeing: The celebrated Beauty Centre offers massages, aroma therapies, charka balance, aroma stone therapies and physiotherapy treatments.


Of course, the spa facilities furthermore include a fully-equipped gym, aerobic studio, tennis courts, solarium, swimming pool, steam bath and a sauna. The Park Hyatt Melbourne offers everything the discerning guest desires and more. Even nutrition counselling is available.


Finest cuisine may be enjoyed at the welcoming “radii restaurant & bar”. A daily, sumptuous buffet is just the first of the treats the gourmet temple holds in store. Time-tested traditions and modern comforts: The Park Hyatt is a friendly and luxurious oasis of peace and quiet in the heart of vibrant Melbourne!


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The Park Hyatt Melbourne’s 547 rooms and suites all feature a stunning view of the bustling centre or the sweeping Fitzroy Gardens. In a few words, the facilities are superb, state-of-the-art and stylish.


Without read more » exceptions, the bedrooms sport a large King-Size bed with luxuriant pillows and bedding. The bathrooms are elegant marble temples with a walk-in shower and low-entry bathtub. The amenities include quality toiletries, a hairdryer, soft bathrobes and extra large towels.


In the rare case that something should be missing, the 24-hour room service takes care of even the most exceptional requests. Settle down and indulge in the comforts of your stylishly decked out room!


An extra large desk, high-speed internet, Sony Playstation, individual air-conditioning system, safe, cable and satellite TV, radio, telephone, alarm clock, mini bar, ironing board and a tea and coffee corner all form part of the extravagant facilities. On your request, a fax machine and PC data port may also be supplied.


For a pinch of extra luxury, consider one of the Park Hyatt Suites. Apart from the extra space, large desk and the state-of-the-art technology, a private butler is available on request.


Moreover, suite guests enjoy access to the Club Lounge offering an exclusive intercontinental breakfast as well as refreshing drinks and canapés. Incidentally, a number of the Park Hyatt’s rooms cater to the needs of disabled guests, having been equipped with wide doors and low amenities.


No matter whether you choose a Park Twin, Park Deluxe King or a Terrace Suite – enjoy the flair and the comforts of a large luxury hotel. The Park Hyatt Melbourne is unique – as unique as the city! Come and see for yourself!


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Melbourne has it all: Romantic restaurants, sprawling shopping centres, cultural and sports events, theatres, gourmet restaurants and trendy cafés, bars and clubs. It is a fascinating city that never read more » ceases to fascinate the visitor.


Those interested in Australian art, are well advised to explore the Federation Square. The modern art, museum and restaurant complex is idyllically located on the banks of the Yarra River.


Just around the corner, the Ian Potter Centre houses the largest collection of Australian art behind an inspiring glass front. The expositions include Aborigine art as well as the National Gallery of Victoria’s collections.


Man does not live on art alone: Melbourne is superb destination for fine dining, offering an unparalleled culinary variety. Greek, Nepalese, Tibetan or Mongolian cuisine – you choose!


No trip to Melbourne is complete without a visit to the traditional Queen Victoria Markets. Relish the colourful flair of the vendors arranging their products and the many delicacies like fresh fruit, cheese, cakes and hams.


Melbourne has something to offer for everyone at night. Find out about ballet performances, classical concerts and theatre or opera nights in the Victorian Arts Centre. Of course, there is also a lively club and bar scene.


At night, Brunswick Street wakes up and its trendy bars like the “Open” fill quickly. Another frequented nightlife hotspot is South Yarra, where life pulsates and cafés, bars and discotheques line the street.


Having exhausted yourself, it is a wonderful feeling to return to the quiet Park Hyatt to relax. Treat yourself to a massage at the spa, a peeling in the beauty salon or a refreshing dip in the elegant hotel pool – enjoying the flair and comfort of the large hotel.


The Park Hyatt Melbourne sets the standards in Australia’s great, southern metropolis and has become one of the city’s most requested hotels!


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