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30 Nov 2012

Park Hyatt, Sydney, Australia

Relaunched after a luxurious AU$65m ($68m) makeover earlier this year, Park Hyatt Sydney is a low-slung sandstone structure located within the historic rocks district on Sydney Harbour’s Campbell’s Cove.

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There are just 155 rooms, including three new rooftop suites adjacent to the pool on the fourth floor, all of which have balconies with a view. The prestigious Sydney Suite is the grandest with almost 360-degree views of the bridge, harbour and opera house. The rooftop spa features an outdoor jacuzzi overlooking the bay, while the dining room restaurant has a rich, warm décor with food by chef Andrew McKee, whose contemporary Australian-inspired menu is based around local produce. Eight Australian artists, including GW Bot, whose carved sandstone panels feature in the public areas, were commissioned to produce artworks for the hotel. And a business centre comes fully equipped with your every working need, including translation and secretarial services.

7 Hickson Road, The Rocks; Tel: 61.2 9256 1234; www.sydney.park.hyatt.com

Rates: from AU$890 ($936)

The article is republished with permission from Wallpaper.com. For more Best Business Hotels 2012: The winners, visit www.wallpaper.com.

Reader's Comments

1. 2013-01-07 19:47
This is a beautiful hotel. I was there back about 10 years for a wedding and they had a great roof top garden with a grassy knoll. But a spa and pool with opera house and harbour bridge views is hard to beat too.

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