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A very grown-up hotel in a prime position with unrivalled views of Sydney Harbour, the iconic coat-hanger bridge and The Opera House. It has long had a reputation as the city's most luxurious hotel, thanks to its high-end rooms, superb restaurants, rooftop pool, indulgent spa and impeccable service. It's located in The Rocks, where many happy hours can be spent pottering among the city's oldest buildings, designer shops and cute cafés. A five-minute walk along the waterfront will have you at Circular Quay, the departure point for sight-seeing cruises and harbour ferries. Hop on a ferry to Manly for some beach time. The pool area is a huge asset, with sun loungers and a jacuzzi facing out across the harbour.

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Alexandra Richards is a freelance travel writer and photographer based in Dorset. She is the author of numerous guidebooks, including Bradt’s Slow Travel Guide to Dorset and the Bradt guide to Mauritius. She has a particular interest in food, wildlife, outdoor activities, remote places, travelling with children and encouraging an outdoor childhood.



You'll love the views from the pool area, looking over the glimmering water to the unmistakable curved sails of The Opera House.

The hotel is in The Rocks, known for its cobbled streets and charming cafes, galleries and shops.
By plane: flights to Sydney from London take around 24 hours with a stop in Dubai or Darwin. The hotel is a 30-minute drive from the airport. Parking on-site from AUD90 per day.

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Style & Character

Ideal for first-time visitors wanting to experience Sydney in all its glittering glory, and local residents seeking a memorable getaway. With just 155 rooms and more than enough highly trained staff, the hotel never feels overcrowded or chaotic.

Service & Facilities

Let's face it, Australia has a reputation for slap-dash service but that couldn't be further from the Park Hyatt experience. Everything is designed to make life easy, from valet parking to butlers available 24/7 to cater to your every whim.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa
  • Sauna
  • Paid parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


In most rooms, floor-to-ceiling glass doors open onto balconies, allowing you to immerse yourself in the views, so it's worth going for a room facing the Opera House. The suites are out of this world - but pricey!

Twin Room, King Room, King Deluxe Room, King Premium Room, Cove Suite, Quay Suite, Rooftop Suite, Harbour Suite, Opera Suite, Sydney Suite
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom, bathrobe, living area, tea and coffee facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

High tea at The Living Room is incredible. Enjoy savoury morsels, sweet treats and an extensive tea menu overlooking the harbour. Also delicious is the steamed Murray Cod, spanner crab and kombu.

The Dining Room: Australian cuisine. Open daily for breakfast, Thurs-Sun for lunch and Weds-Sat for dinner.
The Living Room: all-day dining, coffee and cocktails. Afternoon tea is served Fri-Sun.
The Bar: light meals and Australian wines. Open Sun-Thurs in the evenings and Fri & Sat from 12 noon-10pm.

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