April 14, 2020
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It’s tick, tick, tick for Sydney and Melbourne’s big-name hotels this year, but Sydney’s Park Hyatt (and its ridiculously coveted location) rules them all, stealing the crown from last year’s winner Saffire Freycinet (and long-time favourite Crown Towers Melbourne) to come out on top for the first time in award history.
QT Sydney, Australia’s quirkiest five-star hotel, also made it to the list for the first time, suggesting we’re looking for something a little different from hotels these days.
Judging by the looks of the rest of the list, which notably included mentions of personality-driven stays like Melbourne’s Art Series hotels (specifically, The Cullen and The Olsen), Sydney’s ‘foodie’ Four Seasons, and Hunter Valley’s Chateau Elan, we’d have to agree with that.
2. Langham Melbourne, Vic
3. Crown Towers Melbourne, Vic
3. Shangri-La Sydney, NSW
4. QT Sydney, NSW
5. Palazzo Versace, Qld
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well done Park Hyatt Sydney! Best Hotel!