Wow. Is there anything else I can really say? I was definitely excited to fly Delta One to Sydney, but I have to admit I was more excited to stay at the Park Hyatt. In the miles and points world staying at the Park Hyatt Sydney is basically the equivalent of finding the Holy Grail. I was able to redeem two free nights using the Hyatt credit card.
The Park Hyatt is located in the oldest area of Sydney called “The Rocks.” This area has a very rustic feel compared to the high sky scrapers of the central business district located just across the harbour.
Now let’s talk about our room! It’s funny to see the drastic difference between a standard room at the Holiday Inn Darling Harbor and one at the Park Hyatt Sydney. This thing was HUGE. We had a nice long entryway from the door into our room.
Immediately to your right was a gorgeous bathroom. There were marble floors, a nice vanity, a tub and a walk-in shower.
Just outside the bathroom was a walk-in closet and the mini bar. There was a nice little chocolate bar and a note welcoming us to the Park Hyatt.
We had a humongous king bed (yes it was as comfortable as it looks).
A nice table with two chairs.
And a little sitting area with a couple of chairs and a footrest.
Our sitting area had a great view of Sydney Harbor Bridge.
Now here’s the best part: Just as we were settling in someone rang our doorbell (yes you read that right, we had a doorbell). I went to check it out and there was a hotel associate delivering welcome amenities! She handed me a tray with a fresh fruit bowl, a bottle of wine, two glasses and a handwritten note from the General Manager! We immediately enjoyed a glass of celebratory wine, I was floored.
Our last morning at the Park Hyatt Elizabeth and I had breakfast in the Dining Room.
We both decided to go with the breakfast buffet because the spread was fantastic. They had every kind of cereal, pastry, juice, bread, fruit, or cold cut meat you could think of. For warm options they also had eggs, bacon, sausage, and baked beans. Our table looked out over Sydney Harbor and directly at the Opera House. It was the breakfast of a lifetime.
Staying at the Park Hyatt Sydney was by far the coolest hotel stay of my life! From the beautiful room to the welcome amenity and everything in between it couldn’t have gotten any better. I’d almost say it’s worth visiting Sydney just to stay at the Park Hyatt.
What have your experiences been like at the Park Hyatt Sydney?