Park Hyatt Sydney
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After a grand total of 24 hours in the air (and a few more on the ground), we have arrived in Australia. The flights were smooth and the service great on both the American leg and the Qantas legs although we were behind schedule once again. We finally arrived at our hotel after a $52 cab ride. It was hot here during the afternoon - in the high 80s …
After waking up a tad early - 5 am - and eating at the hotel restaurant ($18 waffles!), we struck out for the downtown district. We loved the Queen Victoria Building, a 19th century, 5 floor arcade, very elegant with stained glass windows and lots of shops inside. We visited many opal stores and several Aboriginal art galleries. In many ways, the …
I am traveling all over the world to see if people still give. I decided to do this because we were forced to read folktales in school and I became curious. My decision was to visit Sydney, Australia.I left my house at 2:00 am. for a 6:00 flight to Sydney from Chicago O'Hare Airport. It was a long flight, but about 14 hours later I was in Sydney …
Before leaving mitchell itnl. airport i had to brush up on a little bit of aussie english. the number one thing i needed to know was how to say hello. I figured if i knew that gday meant hello then maybe most peoplle would be able to piece together little parts of what i said through my accent.
When we landed it was 6:13 a.m on march 7 ( …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Hyatt Sydney
Fabulous hotel in every way!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Historical Traveler Reviews Park Hyatt Sydney
Pay for views but that about it!
If you don't mind paying $600 for a nice view then it's for you but to me the atmosphere was cold, arrogant and un friendly. Did not feel comfortable as the surrounds are too "plastic" and the service is anything but genuine... No Spa and meals are overpriced... Checkout out to stay at the Observatory which was the opposit "homely, comfortable and friendly" plus a little less expensive as you don't see the Opera house...
Hyatt on the Rocks, anything but dry.......
All I can say is 'WOW'! I stayed a weekend at the "Rocks" before trecking up to Asquith which is closer to our company's office. The hotel is stunning and in a perfect location. It's close to Circular Quay, one of the ferry hubs, and amongst a ton of restaurants and shops. On the weekends there is a market where you can get plenty of trinkets to bring home.
There is a local bar/jazz club on the premises and a nice restaurant, although it's a bit pricey.
My room was spectacular, I had a breathtaking view of the harbour which boasted stunning scenery like Opera House and the bridge.
A 6 star property, expensive, but worth every penny. Stay even one night if you can......
Without a doubt - the best hotel in Sydney
Without a doubt, THE best hotel in Sydney. The hotel is perfectly located under the Harbour Bridge, directly across from the Opera House and within walking distance to the ferries and great restaurants. Our Opera view suite was very spacious and had two balconies to enjoy the beautiful view. My husband and I enjoyed spending the evenings on our balcony with a bottle of champagne every night. Waking up in the morning to the incredible sunrise was breathtaking. The hotel staff was extremely friendly and accommodating. When we arrived we were welcomed with a bottle of champagne (it was our 10th wedding anniversary) and again 8 nights later on our actual anniversary. I would recommend this hotel to anyone and especially to those who are looking for the very best! You won't be sorry!
Perfect Ending to an Amazing Trip
We went to Australia for our honeymoon and loved everything about the country and its people. We spent time at the Great Barrier Reef and then drove down the Gold Coast towards Sydney and we thought nothing could make our trip any better. We were wrong. The Park Hyatt was the icing on the cake. It is a truly amazing, first-class hotel. They were extremely accomodating and upon learning it was our honeymoon, upgraded us to a room with a wonderful view of the Opera House. Waking up in the morning and going out on the balcony and seeing the harbor is truly breathtaking. We had an amazing breakfast every morning at the hotel's restaurant that sits on the harbor with views of the Opera House. The rooms are spacious and the bathrooms spectacular. My favorite part was the sound system in the bathroom that allowed you to listen to music and/or the TV while taking a bath or shower. We would recommend this hotel to anyone who journeys to the land down under.
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I recommend that everyone treat themselves and try to stay at least ONE night here, although it's expensive. Ask for the AAA rate via Hyatt reservations. If you are lucky you will save $$$$. The hotel is absolutely gorgeous and had more than enough room for an extra rollaway bed. Try to stay on the harborside because the view of the Sydney Opera house at night is absolutely breathtaking. Good location on 'The Rocks' and even better if you can be there for Australia Day. Stayed 4 days and had no regrets when I got my final hotel tab. Staff was VERY helpful, friendly and attentive. Good on site restaurant, a little pricey, but the exchange rate and view makes up for it.
Very well positioned
Great Hotel, very well positioned, front of Opera House, at Sydney Harbour. It is not a Vertical construction but a vertical one, so it looks beautiful.
This is my "I wish" hotel. I have walked past it a number of times and it must be the most well positioned hotel in the world. It is superb ... out of my means though ... but it is "my wish" hotel. If you can afford it I am sure it would be well worth it.
Simply the BEST
This was one of the finest hotels I have ever stayed in. The rooms were amazing, the sheets were so crisp and new and the service was the best.
There is a great restaurant in the hotel, which offered great food, amazing service and a view of the opera house.
When in Sydney, stay here.
Not 6 stars at all!
very disappointing. We stayed there for our wedding night and in the afternoon, prior to the reception, had a few friends over for drinks.
Just wanting some light snacks and share a bottle of good champagne, we rang room service. We asked to have 7 glasses to come with the champage and was snobbily told that one champagne bottle would not be enough for 7 ppl. I then explained it was just for a small toast but the reply back was a sarcastic "yeah sure" which made me feel awfully cheap!
Staying at their second mose expensive suite, it was also highly disappointing that we ordered housekeeping to clean up our dishes but upon returning to our room, to find a stench of cream gone off and the bed still with its bedspread. Any decent hotel generally has housekeeping coming around in the late afternoon to turn down bed!
Overall, a rating of 3 out of 10! Only good thing was the view from the room...which you can get by just going to the cafes around Opera House instead!
My favorite city hotel
this is my favorite city hotel. Not just for the room, location and the views, but for the service and food also. It rated a 10 with me.