Park Hyatt Melbourne

Australia, South Pacific

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    Exclusive sanctuary in leafy downtown Melbourne

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    Exclusive sanctuary in leafy downtown Melbourne

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    Exclusive sanctuary in leafy downtown Melbourne

Why we choose Park Hyatt Melbourne

Celebrated for its location and design, Park Hyatt Melbourne is a private escape within a cosmopolitan city

  • The five Terrace Suites feature private balconies
  • The indoor, heated aquamarine pool includes a Grecian mural and domed ceiling
  • Unwind in the Garden surrounded by flowers, trees and water features

Most hotels aimed at luxury seekers know aesthetics are an important element in attracting their target market, but the Park Hyatt Melbourne has taken this notion a step further. It’s bursting with exquisite artwork, delicate fabrics, woodwork, leather and accents like sculpted steel and glass. This attention to even the smallest décor detail has paid off with national and international recognition. Among its recent awards, the hotel won a state award for Deluxe Accommodation Hotel of the Year and was named Best Business Hotel in Melbourne at the Business Traveler Magazine Asia-Pacific Awards 2012.

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We suggest

Plump for a Club Deluxe King Room.

What you need to know about the hotel

The Park Hyatt has a contemporary, Art Deco feel that captures the spirit of Melbourne

  • Within Radii restaurant and bar is Cuba Lounge, a tucked-away space where you can sip a cocktail by the fire
  • Schedule a private lesson on the outdoor grass tennis court overlooking Melbourne Park, home to the Australian Tennis Open
  • The Presidential Suite features a baby grand piano, marble entrance, fireplaces and a living area with custom designed furnishings and French upholstery

Park Hyatt Melbourne has the largest entry-level rooms in the city, and each of the 240 accommodations comes standard with spacious walk-in closets, Italian marble bathrooms with deep soaking tubs and plasma TVs and technologies like iPod docking stations. Looking for a bit more? We recommend gaining access to the Park Lounge (included with upper-level rooms), which features panoramic city views, all-day food and drinks and greater personal attention.

Throughout the hotel you’ll notice exceptional décor exemplified by artwork, glassware and sculptures. The Park Hyatt is also known for its restaurant and spa, whose expansive treatment menu is just the starting point. Other spa facilities include steam rooms and saunas, a sun deck and a fitness studio. Or you can take your workout outside by booking a private training session in the adjacent park.

Where is it and what's nearby

Century-old elms give the city center Park Hyatt a uniquely out-of-town feel

  • Yarra Valley, renowned for its Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, is among Australia’s most famous wine regions and just 45 minutes away
  • The oldest building in Australia, nearby Cook’s Cottage includes a Discovery Center where you can learn about James Cook’s life and adventures
  • An all-in-one shopping adventure awaits at Victoria Markets, a Melbourne landmark offering everything from fresh produce to clothing to cooking classes

A tree-lined sanctuary overlooking St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Fitzroy Gardens, the Park Hyatt Melbourne combines the convenience of the city and the look and feel of a country residence. Its primo location is within walking distance of the Melbourne Museum, boutique shopping, top restaurants and the theatre districts.

Whether near the hotel or a little further away, you’re sure to notice that Melbourne is one of Australia’s leading cultural hubs, with world-renowned events, galleries and café-filled laneways. It also offers a beach-centric summer environment and is close to ski slopes in the winter. Other highlights: the Royal Botanic Gardens, Eureka Tower, National Gallery of Victoria and Phillip Island.

How to enjoy Australia

‘No worries’ is a phrase you’ll hear a lot in Australia and is a great way to sum up the antipodean approach to life. Not only are the locals gloriously stress-free, they’ll go out of their way to help and nothing is too much trouble

  • Uluru (Ayers Rock) can be reached in under three hours by airplane from Sydney or Melbourne. The red sandstone monolith is sacred to the Aboriginals
  • Get up close and personal with kangaroos, koalas and other native wildlife in the Blue Mountains National Park, NSW or Raymond Island, Victoria
  • Learn to surf at Surfers Paradise near Brisbane, with year-round sunshine and perfect breaks, surf schools abound

For the ultimate view of Sydney, get up early and watch the sun break over the iconic sails of the Opera House. If you are more of an owl than part of the dawn chorus, take a night tour of the Sydney Observatory for a glimpse of the Southern Cross as well as views across the city. Melbourne’s theater and performing arts district is clustered around the Arts Centre near Southbank. It’s a great place to catch a show or simply enjoy a riverside walk.

The southern city of Melbourne has an almost European feel, with trattorias and pavement cafes tucked down cobbled laneways. From the upmarket designer stores of Chapel Street to the shaded riverside Royal Botanic Gardens, the city oozes elegance. Head down to the Mornington Peninsula and you’ll find countless beaches and hidden sandy coves. Swim with wild dolphins in Port Phillip Bay, hit the surf at Point Leo, or enjoy a barbie at Rosebud Beach.

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    When to visit Australia

    Aussies are famed for their love of sport. Highlights of the calendar year include Melbourne’s Australian Tennis Open in January and horse racing’s glamorous Melbourne Cup in November. For a dose of authenticity, check out a game of Aussie Rules Football. The season runs from March to October.

  • A word from the hotel

    Melbourne serves some of the best coffee in the world. Try the Victorian laneways, like the Block Arcade, for a delicious latte.
    Robert Dawson, General Manager

  • A word from the hotel

    Melbourne is blessed with 2 glorious wine regions in close proximity to the city – the Mornington Peninsula and the Yarra Valley. We offer some of their best in radii restaurant & bar and its well worth the day trip to visit the wineries and soak up the atmosphere.
    Dane Clouston, Executive Chef

  • A word from the hotel

    Try the Oysters and Champagne before heading off to the theatre for an evening.

  • We say

    Our clients love the restaurant and the warm ambience of the whole hotel.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with Park Hyatt Melbourne, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Daily Continental breakfast for up to two in-room guests, served in restaurant
  • USD $100 equivalent food & beverage credit to be utilized during stay (available in Radii Restaurant & Bar, the Tea Lounge and room service only)

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