Everything you need to know about the Hyatt brand in Australia. From the team at Australian Traveller magazine.
There are 7 Hyatt Hotels in Australia. The best Hyatt are hotels are referred to as “Park Hyatt”, and the two Park Hyatts in Australia are in Melbourne and Sydney. Jyatt Canberra bills itself as “by Park Hyatt”, which means for all intents and purposes you can consider the Hyatt Canberra a Park Hyatt.
In no particular order, the Hyatt Hotels in Australia are:
Sydney – Park Hyatt Hotel
Melbourne – Park Hyatt Hotel
Melbourne – Grand Hyatt Hotel
Gold Coast – Hyatt Regency Sanctuary Cove
Sunshine Coast – Hyatt Regency Coolum
Canberra – Park Hyatt Hotel
Perth – Hyatt Regency Perth
In Australia, the Hyatt hotels with “Regency” in their name tend to be more resort type hotels, which more reflects the nature of their locations. The exception seems to be Hyatt Regency Perth, which is more of a business hotel than a resort.
It should be noted that the Grand Hyatt in Melbourne has recently been refurbished and does look a vast improvement. Their breakfast is certainly one of Melbourne’s best as is their lobby restaurant which is an experience in itself. The funky bar below the reception is a great city bar..
The Park Hyatt Sydney with it’s postcard position under the Sydney Harbour Bridge is currently closed. It has just been refurbished and reopened in June 2012. It is usually considered the best of Sydney’s hotels. Our independent review of the refurbished Park Hyatt Sydney can be found here.
With great excitement, Elisabeth Knowles headed to Sydney’s most luxe hotel to check out its recently revealed multimillion-dollar refurb. Truth be told, it was pretty hard to get her out of there... Spoiler alert: I usually wait until the end of a review to sum up what I think about a place in one sentence, but this can’t wait. Sydney Park Hyatt is the very best luxury hotel experience I’ve ever had. My previous Best Luxury Hotel Experience was at Canada’s Fairmont Banff Springs, which I loved for its Rocky Mountain views, charming service and Scottish-baronial-castle stylings (my suite was...
Prime locations, superb service, immaculate design – if you’re looking for luxury in Australia’s capital of European style, these truly are the best of the best . . . and for very good reason. Crown Towers Opulent, decadent, huge; this is the crème-de-la-crème of Melbourne hotels. With soaring South Bank views of the city lights and an interior big and well-equipped enough to keep you occupied for days without having to step outdoors, this is the place to pull out all the stops and splash out on an extended stay. A hangout for the rich and famous, Crown Towers is...
AT’s Dorian Mode loves a romantic comedy as much as the next emasculated travel writer looking for ways to impress the wife. But has he bitten off far less than he can chew by choosing CANBERRA as a sweet spot? SWEET SPOT Hyatt Hotel Canberra AT’s Dorian Mode loves a romantic comedy as much as the next emasculated travel writer looking for ways to impress the wife. But has he bitten off far less than he can chew by choosing CANBERRA as a sweet spot? The Hyatt Hotel Canberra was built in 1924 and originally called the Hostel Canberra,...
Which one does it for you - Melbourne's five star Park Hyatt Hotel or the city's heartless heart - Crown Casino? A TALE OF TWO CITIES Hotel Review by Damian Cowell (Hotels and resorts reviewed by Australian Traveller are visited anonymously by our writers who pay their own way.) Did you know there are two Melbournes? Hang on, that can’t be right, can it? Every visitor to Melbourne will tell you that Melbourne is a 500 metre stretch of Yarra Boulevard known as “Crown” – what else could there be? But there is another Melbourne. In the rush to turn...
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