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Inside the Park Hyatt Sydney’s Luxurious Sydney Suite

Round Bathtub complete with Aesop amenities

Ever wonder what the best suite in the hotel looks like? I always do. That’s why I was absolutely delighted when the General Manager of the Park Hyatt Sydney invited me to cocktails last week in the Sydney Suite (the newly renovated hotel’s answer to a Presidential suite).

I should mention that the Park Hyatt Sydney was one of my all time favorite hotels BEFORE the renovation, and like a lot of other guests, I didn’t think it was desperately in need of a facelift prior to closing down in 2011 for construction. But after seeing the sublime work that they did to the property, now I totally get it.

Veuve Cliquot and Southern Hemisphere wines (FYI, new world wines are screwtop and fab)

Park Hyatt hotels  have a residential feel. This works especially well at the Sydney property where the warm woods and Sydney sandstone and understated modern furniture don’t compete with the hotel’s million dollar views of Sydney Harbour, the Sydney Opera House, and the Harbour Bridge. The semi-circular layout of the Sydney Suite has multiple terraces to showcase these amazing views.

The large living room of the Sydney Suite. There’s a huge flatscreen but who cares about TV when you have these views?

Much of the Park Hyatt Sydney’s renovation was about opening up the rooms to bring the outside in, and emphasizing indoor/outdoor living. There are also fantastically effective blackout curtains to help you sleep should the dazzling views become distracting. The Sydney Suite features indoor and outdoor dining areas that can seat 8 and comfortably hold 20-30 for a cocktail party.

Left: The suite’s full kitchen Right: Another seating area in the master bedroom

The Sydney Suite is over 3,700 square feet of understated luxury and jaw dropping views. The baths feature the latest generation in Japanese toilet technology. If you’ve ever been to Japan, you’ll learn that Japanese toilets are vastly superior to others. There is a king bed in the master suite, which faces the Harbour Bridge. The balcony off the kitchen and living room have sweeping panoramic views of Sydney Harbour and the Opera House.

Left: The master bath features a huge walk in shower Right: Japanese Toilets > All other toilets

The rack rate at the Sydney Suite is A$16,000 per night, with a two night minimum. The suite is already spoken for on New Year’s Eve 2014 when it’s lucky resident can throw a private party and have the best views of the fireworks. There is also a private elevator to the hotel’s suites should the occupants wish to remain below-the-radar.

The King bedded master bedroom features wraparound views of the Harbour Bridge

The second bedroom can be outfitted with a king bed or two twin beds, whichever the guest prefers.

Cove view from the terrace of the Sydney Suite at the Park Hyatt

Night view of the Opera House from the Sydney Suite at the Park Hyatt Sydney

The Room Map of the Park Hyatt Sydney’s 4th Floor. The Semi-Circular two rooms on the right is the Sydney Suite.

If you’d like to book the Sydney Suite, please contact the hotel directly.

7 Hickson Road, The Rocks
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2000
Phone +612 9256 1234 or Email sydney.park@hyatt.com