Park Hyatt Sydney
Park Hyatt Sydney
Emerging from a dramatic transformation, the newly redesigned Park Hyatt Sydney brings a new level of contemporary luxury to the edge of Sydney Harbour. With a coveted harbourfront location between the world-famous Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, Park Hyatt Sydney offers guests an intimate, residential-style hotel with architecture, design and art that reflects the Australian landscape. New interiors reflect a natural feel with rich layers of chocolate, cream and beige hues.Full hotel details
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Rates shown in Australian Dollars (AU$) & are tax inclusive per room. Card fees apply
|Book Quay Suite||2||AU$2910||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||2600||2600||Sold||2600||2600||2600||2600||2600|
|Book Cove Suite||2||AU$2030||Sold||1750||1750||1750||1700||1650||1750||1750||1750||1750||1750||1750||1750||Sold|
|Book Opera Dlx Awaken Package||1||AU$1590||1320||1370||1370||1370||1320||1270||1370||1370||1370||1370||1370||1370||1370||1370|
|Book Opera Deluxe||1||AU$1580||1250||1300||1300||1300||1250||1200||1300||1300||1300||1300||1300||1300||1300||1300|
|Book City Harbour Deluxe||1||AU$1230||920||970||970||970||920||870||970||970||970||970||970||970||970||970|
|Book Opera Room Awaken Package||1||AU$1230||940||990||990||990||940||890||990||990||990||990||990||990||990||990|
|Book Opera Room||1||AU$1160||870||920||920||920||870||820||920||920||920||920||920||920||920||920|
|Book City Harbour Room||1||AU$1060||770||820||820||820||770||720||820||820||820||820||820||820||820||820|
Park Hyatt Sydney
- Things to do
Often dotted with sailing and cruise boats, Sydney Harbour's hub is Circular Quay, a ferry terminus located at the bottom end of the Central Business District and a starting point for most of the attractions based around the harbour. From here, there is a walkway to Sydney Opera House and the Royal Botanic Gardens as well as paths to Sydney Harbour Bridge and The Rocks. One of the best ways to see the harbour is from the top of Sydney Tower (Centrepoint Tower), Australia's tallest man-made structure.
The oldest area of Sydney, The Rocks is a maze of narrow streets, packed with attractive sandstone cottages and terraces filled with shops, stalls, cafes and restaurants. Attractions include the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Sydney Observatory.
On the eastern boundary of the Central Business District and bordering the Royal Botanic Gardens are a number of historic buildings worth visiting that include Parliament House, Hyde Park Barracks, Sydney Hospital and the Mint Building. In this area is the Domain, a grassy park area that houses the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
From the Central Business District, visitors can catch the monorail that runs to Darling Harbour, where the highlights include the Sydney Aquarium, the Australian National Maritime Museum, the Chinese Garden, the Powerhouse Museum and the nearby Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Sydney's major venue for exhibitions and conferences.
Further attractions include:
One of Australia's most famous beaches, located in east Sydney in the municipality of Waverley.
The nation's leading zoological garden, in an elevated position along the waterfront at Bradley's Head, Mossman. A fine collection of endemic and exotic animals.
Queen Victoria Building
Houses a superb collection of designer-label and speciality stores as well as restaurants and cafes.
Contains some of Australia's top designer labels, jewellers, boutiques and beauty salons.
Located almost directly opposite the Strand Arcade, the centre houses over 50 fashion, accessory, furniture, gift and speciality stores.
Towards Circular Quay, the plaza is home to a selection of the world's most famous and stylish international brands.
Average review out of 5
Sydney, The Rocks/Circular Quay
avg. review 4.4
Phillip Cann from Australia - QLD - Cairns | Reviewed in Apr 2013
Phil from Australia - NSW - Sydney | Reviewed in Apr 2013
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Catherine from Australia - NSW - Sydney | Reviewed in Dec 2012
Benn Alp from Australia - VIC - Melbourne | Reviewed in Oct 2012