Park Hyatt Sydney To Reopen in February 2012

We've been eagerly awaiting the reopening of the Park Hyatt Sydney, which has been undergoing a massive redesign ("nearly from scratch," we've been told). And this week, we got some great news! The hotel will reopen February 1 after the largest and most comprehensive renovation in the property's 21-year history. The new-and-improved hotel has new rooftop suites, upgraded guest rooms, and remodeled public spaces. Best of all, the hotel has new floor-to-ceiling windows throughout almost all areas, offering top views of the Opera House, the harbour and Harbour Bridge.

An additional floor is being constructed to accommodate three new rooftop suites, each to feature expansive balconies and appropriately luxe amenities. Top Tip: The Sydney Suite, Park Hyatt Sydney’s new presidential suite, will feature an outdoor dining table on a 1,000 square-foot balcony as well as kitchen prep and cooking space for a personal chef. All suites will have floor-to-ceiling glass doors opening onto a private balcony overlooking Sydney Harbor, and formerly four-paneled floor-to-ceiling windows will be replaced with two larger panes to make for clearer views of the city outside. In addition to new design elements, notable service enhancements will include twice the former number of hotel butlers to assist all hotel guests and new restaurant-style, hand-carried in-room dining instead of the traditional roll cart.


 

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