Renovated Park Hyatt Sydney to be unveiled in February

 Park Hyatt Sydney’s renovation is about to be completed, with the property to be unveiled on February 1, 2012.

Park Hyatt Sydney closed its rooms, spa, restaurant and bars for most of 2011 to undergo a complete rebuild. When the property re-opens, it will feature three rooftop suites built on a new fourth level. This new level boasts, just shy of 360-degree, views spanning the Sydney Harbour, the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. It will also include the city’s largest Sydney suite at 3,767 square feet.

Park Hyatt Sydney honors its’ heritage by ensuring original Sydney Sandstone and local woods were incorporated in the rebuild. The hotel has commissioned a number of Australian artists including sculptors, painters and photographers for artworks designed especially for the new hotel.

Australian hotel design firm BARstudio developed the new interior, featuring an art gallery of interior pieces, including artefacts, books and artworks on the bedroom shelves and walls in all 155 bedrooms. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors open onto private balconies for most guestrooms, which also feature custom-designed lighting and new natural tone furnishings and fixtures.

The multi-million dollar renovation also includes a total reconfiguration of the low rise serpentine designed building, introducing a new day spa, restaurant, bars, private dining rooms, enhanced conference facilities, gymnasium and recreational spaces.

Park Hyatt Sydney is helmed by GM Andrew Mensforth.

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